Tennessee hotel offering access to Pigeon Forges attractions as well as the Smokey Mountains
The Grand Resort Hotel Pigeon Forge (also known as the Grand Resort Hotel and Convention Center) offers multipurpose accommodation for those visiting South Tennessee.
The 2-star hotel features 425 guestrooms, an in-house restaurant, a number of recreational facilities, and a pair of atrium situated meeting rooms that can be divided into smaller breakout rooms.
Each of the propertys guestrooms features cable television with premium channels, such as ESPN, and a range of free movies. Private en-suite bathrooms are fitted with a shower/bathtub combination. Other in-room amenities include blackout drapes or curtains, refrigerator, microwave, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities.
The five-story establishment features an atrium area with illuminated waterfall, which cascades down five stories into a reflection pool. A large heated outdoor pool is ideal, during the warmer months, for guests looking to relax or enjoy a few laps, whilst the indoor Jacuzzi pool, suitable year round, is the largest of its kind in the area.
The hotels conference facilities have recently been upgraded to include state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, offering an excellent location for those looking to host a meeting or event. The two large conference rooms can be manually divided for those that are looking for a smaller location to work from.
All guests can enjoy a meal at the in-house restaurant, which serves a buffet style breakfast in the morning. Lunch and dinner are also accounted for.
With its central position, the Grand Resort Hotel Pigeon Forge is able to offer guests convenient access to the resort citys favored attractions, as well as other destinations within Southern Tennessee, including Knoxville, TE.
Within the city center, visitors will find the likes of Ripleys Aquarium of the Smokies, the Titanic Museum, the Comedy Barn Theater, and the Southern Gospel Museum and Hall of Fame.
The area also features a number of attractions paying homage to country music star Dolly Parton. These include the Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction, Dollys Splash Country, and, of course, Dollywood.
Those that prefer a little exhilaration can partake in some indoor skydiving or zorbing.
Pigeon Forge, TN offers visitors the opportunity to visit with some incredible natural landscapes and scenery. As well as the Little Pigeon River that flows through the town, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is also nearby.
The National Park, which is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, allows guests to enjoy a range of outdoor pursuits. The most popular of these is hiking. Thanks to its varied landscapes, visitors flock to the park and enjoy an assortment of trails flanked by trees, foliage, hills, mountains, streams, and rivers. Each trail offers stunning scenery as well as the opportunity to see native wildlife.
Other popular activities in the park include mountain biking, climbing, and fishing. The park is also home to Ober Gatlinburg ski resort, which during the winter months is frequented by winter sports enthusiasts. All of these activities can be enjoyed with the Grand Resort Hotel Pigeon Forge as a base of operations.