Comfort Inn & Suites at Dollywood Lane
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... most likely deviate from the planned route. However, much to my bitter disappointment we will not be diverting to Chattanooga to ride the incline. Oh well, a reason to comeback to Tennessee someday.
... so high. Troy left me there and continued on his way up to the top, the views were amazing. I was happy with what I saw from where I was sitting. We found out later that it was one of the strenuous hikes to do.
We were lucky enough to be in Gatlinburg when there was a car show in town, we have never seen so many muscle cars in our life, it was cool watching them cruise up and down the streets, hours of ...
... Something big, by the sound of it.
I’d read and heard about how to handle an encounter with a bear. Not that this was necessarily a bear, but I figured I should treat it as such. Rule number one is “don’t run.” A bear will chase something running away from it, same as a cat will. You aren’t supposed to turn your back, either. Instead, back away slowly. So, that’s what I did. For about three steps. Do you know how hard it is to ...
... take a fake shower near the top.
This one was still a little of a climb but much less torturous. There were tons of people at the top waiting for their Kodak moment behind the falls so we joined the queue. Got our romantic snaps and Chris got a quick head cool off.
Then we descended a steep bit near the river/falls and dipped our bods. Chris made a ...
... and head back.
How wrong was I. This was by far the hardest hike me and Leslie had ever done. I think it might have been the hardest thing i have ever done. The 4 miles to the falls was just one long uphill climb, we were at 3000 feet so the air was thin and seemed to be in short supply. Two miles in me and Les looked like we had been caught in a rain storm (Two sweaty cats). All the while M and L appeared to be skipping along without ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites at Dollywood Lane Pigeon Forge
Comfort Inn (across from Dolly's Stampede)
We stayed at the Comfort Inn across from the Stampede. The hotel staff was NOT at all friendly. Example: I called the second day regarding the beds not being changed at 2:30 in the afternoon. I got the very short reply that the staff does not leave until 4. No apology, nothing! The earlier shift was congenial. The rugs were soiled. Do not intend to stay there next year.
My mother, daughter and I stayed at this hotel for two days in mid-July 2004. The location was convenient to everything, the price was right, the staff was pleasant, and the rooms were extremely clean and roomy. The only negative (and only slightly so) was the continental breakfast. It was very crowded, chaotic, and the selection wasn't very good. That said, the hotel, in general, was excellent and we would surely recommend it and will likely stay there again.
Great Place To Stay
Nice clean rooms. The hotel seemed brand new. Helpful staff,balconies overlooking the mountains.Two pools and hot tubs. close to everything. We'll go back.
Fine hotel, great place to stay
We visited in April 2004 and were delighted with this hotel. It was very clean, and the staff were very friendly. All the amenities were as advertised. We loved having the balconey. It was cool and rainy our first few days. The pool and spa were excellent; very clean and not over-chlorinated. Great fun, and we even used the in-room fireplace a few evenings. It was also blessedly quiet, without constant traffic noise.
Comfort inn was great I was only 11 when we stayed there in 2001 and I enjoyed it. I The pools are my main subject. The pools make a hotel good ya know. I was born in Tennessee and when I was 4 days old we came to Michigan and in May 2001 we finnally got enogh money to go back home and well we stayed in Comfort in and it was great. The best part is waking up and seeing the sunshine and knowing you are ready for another great smokie mountan day so every morning i would wake up grab the camera and go sit on the belconey and I would gaze into the beautfull smokies. Then I would wake up my cosin and we would walk to Krispy Kreme Doghnuts that was the best part of the trip. The last time I went to Tennessee was in 2003 and It was great but we made a huge mistake we stayed in quality inn so it was not as great. I am going to Tennessee in 31 days and we are staying in comfort inn again !!!i cant wait Im soooo exsited weeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!
Comfort inn was the best
Nice and clean. Great price. Everyone is so friendly. Very affordable.
We really enjoyed our stay. Great location! The room was clean and comfortable. We visited in December 2003, it was cold and rainy but the indoor pool kept our children happy. Dennys being there in the parking lot was a big help when it was time to eat too!
Great place and clean.
We stayed in Aug. of 2003, It was very nice and clean you could smell the clean. This will be my choice from here on out. We LOVE it. You must try this one.
We stay at Comfort Inn of Pigeon Forge twice a year, every year. In the summer we bring the kids to Dollywood at stay about 4 days. My husband and I stay about 6 days in Fall to see the leaves turn and celebrate our anniversary. It is safe to say I have stayed at least 50 nights here over the last few years. A continental breakfast is included. You can be sure that the room is perfectly clean. Also , they remodled a few years back and the rooms are very nice. Nothing is worse than a dingy late 60s decor where you have to stay. There is an indoor pool, jacuzzi and access to an outdoor pool, which is adjacent at the Quality Inn. You will not find a nicer hotel for the money. With the internet users 10% off rate, it is usually about $70.00 a night. In the fall it is higher and is usually about $89.00 for weekdays , and $110.00 for weekends. You cant find a slum any cheaper. The staff is always freindly, and balcony views of the mountains are really nice. You would be suprised how much time you will spend on the private balcony. MAid service is readily available and it you keep a privacy sign up, they will simply slip a note under the door, telling you what number to call if you need supplies. We have stayed at several hotels in town and definitely find this the best for the buck. BTW, kids are free.
Nice, clean, great location
We checked in to the Comfort Inn after midnight. All the hotel staff were very accommodating, very friendly. The hotel was very clean, in a great location, within walking distance to The Dixie Stampede, and numerous other activities. Pigeon Forge has so many fun family things to do. My kids range in age from 8 to 20, and we all had a great time.