I walked past this hotel for years so I was down for a wedding and decided to stay the weekend It was older inside but it was just fabulous for walking around town parking easy to get to all hotspots it is the little Dated but I enjoyed my stay for convenience it is the best place I stayed
My husband & I spent 4 nights here in mid-June. Staff was friendly & welcoming.. Property was well maintained. Enjoyed the historic aspects of the hotel but appreciated the more modern bathroom - really good shower. The breakfast was wonderful for a property like this. We were there for the National Park so a significant breakfast was exactly what we wanted. Convenient location. Room walls were thin but that's true of most facilities. Would definitely stay again.
The Inn was built in 1938. Although you wouldn’t know it with it’s updated amenities and charm! The whole staff are very inviting and friendly indicative of that famous Southern Hospitality. While there are newer more modern places to lay your head while visiting eastern Tennessee the Gatlinburg Inn provides you with that nostalgic experience. Also, it’s at the epicenter of the town and walking distance to any activity one may want to participate.I truly enjoyed my stay and plan on staying here again during next visit.
Stayed here for four nights in May, 2022 and even though it rained horribly for most of the time we still had a wonderful time there. Sitting on the front porch and meeting new friends is always wonderful. Miss Bunny at the front desk is always a pleasant soul to welcome you. And the crew that serves breakfast is top shelf also! In fact, most all of the employees at the Inn are friendly and accommodating.
We were fortunate enough to get a spot here this pst weekend. What a gem! The building has been maintained in the style of a luxury inn circa 1940. Elegance abounds in the various details from the two parlors, the Davy Crockett dining room, Victorian furniture and Art Deco style of the room appointments. The best part about our stay was the impeccable service from every single staff person we encountered. We are looking forward to our return and hope to be able to secure another room in the near future.
The service was great very clean rooms great free breakfast price was so so but could not realky relax and use the balcony there was music playing that was loud and annonying so just ask for a room out front will not be a issue wish i was told nrxt time will ask for a front room
I’d love to leave a better review, but I can’t. As lovely as the location is and as good as it looks on the outside, for the price, this hotel needs some serious upgrades in how the rooms are furnished. We got a suite and it was almost unlivable. The furniture is old and minimalist at best. Coffee pot is in one room and the microwave and fridge are in another. Hangers don’t fit in closets and there isn’t room in the adjoining bathroom for the stuff of three people. The free breakfast is ample but unimaginative except the cooks aren’t allowed to serve bacon since it’s too expensive and they think folks will overindulge and take too much. Breaded chicken cutlets ain’t much of a breakfast food. A simple selection of fruits, some oatmeal with nuts and raisins would help make for some more healthy options. Not everyone want to eat eggs, meats, waffles and sausage gravy every day. On the plus side, the staff are lovely and friendly folks though they don’t seem to know much about things to do locally and don’t seem interested in helping guests find the answer except to point down the hall at the brochure rack. As stated from the top, this hotel could really be high end though at this moment, it just charges high end rates and could be so much better if the owners stopped resting on their laurels.…
We had a corner room on the 3rd floor, and while the accommodations were spacious, you need to be aware that this is an old hotel. To meet today’s fire code, the sprinkler system has exposed pipes and the room configuration was just odd. The décor looked like what might be found at your grandma’s home. The bathroom shower was huge, but the vanity was tiny – so there was no hope of putting any travel items on it. There were no daily housekeeping services. If you wanted more coffee, fresh towels, additional soap, or whatever, you needed to ask for it at the front desk. I think housekeeping only touched the rooms after guests had checked out and new guests were arriving. The staff was friendly, the complimentary breakfast was adequate, but the location is excellent. The front porch with the darling rocking chairs is charming. Just realize that the hotel is showing it's age.…
Are you looking for somewhere fancy to stay while your in Gatlinburg? If so then go somewhere else. Gatlinburg Inn is the oldest standing hotel in Gatlinburg. This place definitely has some history something all the other hotels around don’t have. This place was very clean. Bathrooms have been updated. The employees are very friendly. Free breakfast and it is actually very good. Staff keeps it full at all times. This place is located literally in the center of Gatlinburg. Making shopping very easy.
I’ve come to Gatlinburg my entire life and stayed at many cabins, hotels, inn’s, and bed and breakfast. Now that I’ve spent time at the Gatlinburg Inn, I will never stay anywhere else. When you first walk in you will be greeted by the sweetest people to check in. It has the historic feel that the mountains should. It’s SUPER CLEAN! Y’all, I mean CLEAN! Breakfast is served for you and the rocking chair porch is presh. Not to mention you are in the heart of the town with safe and convenient parking! We are already planning to bring the family up soon and stay in their family suite. ❤️