James Manor

2735 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 37863, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 2735 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, is near Comedy Barn, Jurassic Jungle Boat Ride, The Track, and Stages West Western Store.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews James Manor Pigeon Forge

    Just ok, pool small

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    This hotel on a scale 1-10 was about a 6 to me. The beds very clean & BR & showers were clean but in the corners of the room (were the table & chairs were) looked as if it hadn't been vacuumed. The mirrors in the room weren't clean (smudges all over it) around the frig was dusty, looked like it hadn't been dusted in months. I did love the area it was in & the balcony was very nice cause of the view. The out door & indoor pools are small. The outdoor pool was very clean but the indoor pool was nasty & the hot tub was nasty. There was a cloth of somesort in it. The staff were pleasant. Would be nice place but needs improvement in cleaniness. The room also had an offensive odor in it.

    Our family has been in the lodging industry for nearly 40 years, and our customers' satisfaction is our top priority. We welcome everyone to come stay with us and see our property for themselves.

    Thank you and God Bless

    Clean and Safe

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    My family has stayed at james manor several times once with 11 family members and everytime it's been a great experience. The staff is very helpful and the security is awsome there's cameras everywhere! The outside doors even lock after dark that highly unusual. The motel is very clean and smells great. I would highly recommend staying here.

    Really liked

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    we just stayed this last weekend at james manor and it was the 3 time we had stayed there we had a front room with balcony and fireplace it had a king bed and couch it was really nice.we have stayed in all season and paid all prices this weekend it was 40.00 on sunday you cant beat that price for that roon anywhere in p forge and we have stayed at alot of places over the years there.the only complaint is the breakfast. in july the rooms at 100.00 and all you get is cereal and muffins there should be waffles or at least donuts the orange juice is not good either but that is the worse thing i can say about itbut we usually go get krispy kreme donuts the night before and make coffee in room(they have a coffeepot in each room)and sit on balcony and eat there is a microwave,and frig in room

    Clean, Clean, Clean and Affordable

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    The hotel was very, very clean and the hotel itself even had a clean smell. The rooms were much larger than a normal hotel room. The rooms were affordable and the hotel was convenient to anything you would want to do. I highly recommend this hotel. I have stayed in Pigeon Forge many times and this hotel is by far the cleanest I have ever seen.

    GOOD HOTEL VALUE!!!!

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    I enjoyed my stay at the James Manor, the staff was great, especially housekeeping. My only complaints would be the bathrooms are very small and I would like to see some hot water at the breakfast for grits or oatmeal. All in all a great value.

    "First Time Stay at James Manor"

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    The James Manor was a great choice for our vacation. The front desk staff and maid service was wonderful. The rooms were spacious, clean and had a mini fridge and microwave. LOVED the balcony!! We did have one small inconvience, there were only 6 lounge chairs by the pool and several adults were needing and asking for chairs. Other than that we had a GREAT stay and will back on our next vacation. Thanks !!

    Clean,comfortable,and very friendly..

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    Our family enjoyed staying at the james manor this year, it was our first time staying here. we were really impressed with the clean, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, not to mention the the private balcony, and very friendly staff members..

    Great! will be back!

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    Got a room at 10 am (only 7 left - suites). No problem. Couldn't check in until 2 or 3 even though the clerk said room had been checked out. Loved when we got in. Clean, lots of towels. More than we had expected. For the price and what we got - will be back. Thanks. The only thing a little disappointing was the indoor pool looked as though it needed a bit cleaning.

    My Family loves James Manor

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    My husband, son (10 yrs), daughter (4 years) and I have stayed at James Manor 4 times. We absolutely love it. The rooms are very clean. They are big compared to most hotel/motel rooms. The staff is always smiling and willing to help you. The kiddie pool is so nice for small children. The pool outside is nice and my children love to play in it. There is an indoor pool that is heated (the outside pool is heated also) and it is fun. They also have a whirlpool. I would highly recommend staying here.

    Great Stay

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    We Stayed at the James Manor during the Spring Rod Run in Pigeon Forge. It was a very clean room, along with plenty of room and good service. We had a good continential breakfast every morning. They have plenty of security and parking. The rooms have private balconies with chairs. We would stay there again and recommend it to any one.

    TripAdvisor Reviews James Manor Pigeon Forge

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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