La Quinta Inn Pigeon Forge
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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 ...
... Jen, an experienced camper, looked at the spot Julie had been eyeing up on the slope.
“We should camp here,” she announced. “If it rains, it will flood down there.” She indicated where I stood. Carol readily agreed and that’s how they ended up with the most level spot on the entire slope. Julie glared at me as we searched for the second-most level area, though really, using the word “level,” no matter how modified, while ...
... shriek as he entered the water, entertainment for all. Sach's have an exclusive video of this if anyone wants to put in an order.
On the way back Chris and I checked out 'Food City' and collected another loyalty card for another grocery store that we'll probably never see again.
Due to the combined exhaustion from the past two days we decided to chill ...
... drive to the trail Marc inquired what our longest hike to date had been (Worrying question i thought). We informed him that 6 miles had been our longest. "O" he said "Today we are doing 8 miles". Poor Marc and Louise, I didn't have the heart to tell them that they should probably have chosen a shorter hike to be their first one. My concern grew for our hiking companions further as we started our walk. Me and Les had come prepared:
2 liters ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn Pigeon Forge
LaQuinta of Pigeon Forge is a wonderful oasis in the midst of a seriously crowded tourist destination. The management is exceptionally friendly; I don't think I have encountered this sort of hospitality in anything but the swankiest of hotels. But LaQuinta is just a great, clean, quiet and very reasonably-priced inn. I loved the cleanliness of the heated outdoor pool, plus the very relaxing hot tub right next door to it, and indulged myself with no one else around early one Saturday morning. You aren't aware of all the hulaballoo on the main road at all, a HUGE amenity in itself! You can buy your tickets to Dollywood at the hotel desk, and it will get you in the park for 2 days if you like! Thank you, LaQuinta, for being so nice, for running a class act and for making us feel like "important" guests!
I can't remember the last hotel I stayed at that was as nice as this one. The staff was GREAT and the hotel was very well maintained and very clean. Any time you walked by the front desk they always spoke to you and ask you how things were. The rooms were very clean and very accommodating and of course our pet was also free to stay with us. It was quiet at night which was a plus since we had a small child with us. The hotel was within walking distance to several restaurants as well as a few shops. It is set back off the main drag which is nice because I am sure that cuts down the "noise" in the evenings.
Extremely nice place to stay
My wife and I and another couple stayed at the LaQuinta for four nights in April, based largely on the reviews posted here. We've been to Pigeon Forge three times and this was by far the best hotel we stayed at (the others were a Quality and a Hampton Inn.) The rooms are quiet, clean and comfortable and are very well maintained. The continental breakfast is well done, including fresh waffles, and has a big enough selection to please most people, . What really sets the hotel apart is the staff--from the manager down, they are friendly, courteous and efficient. If I go back to Pigeon Forge, I will definitely stay at the LaQuinta.
We spent 4 nights with our two teens and 2 dogs. Can't say enough how great the staff were and how welcome we felt. We had a family suite with a king bed in a seperate bedroom and the kids had 2 queen beds in their own room. This allowed us to have enough space to enjoy each other's company without feeling cramped. The breakfast buffet was a hit with the kids being able to make their own hot belgian waffles every morning ( and the Krispy Kreme donuts were a favorite)! The staff were extremely friendly and there is no charge for the pets. This allowed us to take the vacation we dreamed. Lots more to do in Pigeon forge than in Gatlinburg. The hotel is back off the strip so it is quiet . So glad we did not stay in Gatlinburg as we originally were looking at doing (too much chaos and noise in the city). This hotel is awesome and would not hesitate to come back again.
Now the La Quinta!!
You should note this is now the La Quinta Inn and Suites. I chose this hotel because they accept pets at no additional fee. The room was wonderful (microwave, refrig, coffeemaker, iron, ironing board etc) and the staff was very friendly and always greeted me when I walked through the lobby. The only drawback for pet owners is the hotel is 4 stories with interior corridors. Kind of a nuisance for those 2 a.m. walks!! All in all, the hotel is great, high above most hotels in the Pigeon Forge area. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a nice, inexpensive place to stay in Pigeon Forge.
We stayed four nights at the Pigeon Forge Guesthouse and couldn't have been happier with the experience. We originally planned on staying in Gatlinburg, as we'd done before. We waited a bit too long, and the hotels in our "range" were booked solid the week we wanted to come, so I began checking out lodging in the Pigeon Forge area. We've had some unpleasant hotel experiences, so booking something sight unseen except for website pictures was a little nerve wracking! However, I absolutely applaud the Pigeon Forge Guesthouse for truth in advertising. The premises matched the website pictures and description. The hotel was very clean, and the staff and management could not have been friendlier or more helpful. The lobby was lovely and cozy, and the continental breakfast was great. For night owls who may not want to make coffee in the room (which was also very good), there is fresh coffee kept brewing in the lobby 24 hours a day! I would absolutely recommend this hotel and would stay there again! Thanks to everyone at the Guesthouse. Hope to see you next year!
The is an excellant motel! I stayed 2 nights it was very clean, the the staff was very friendly and helpful. It was a very quiet motel that sits just off of the main parkway and it is close to all the attractions in Pigeon Forge. It is just a short drive to the mountains from this motel. The rates are very reasonable and the breakfast was great also. I recommend a stay at this motel! I will definitely be going back!
Lots of comfort
Arrived with no reservations, tired and hungry. Staff was very helpful in supplying us with a clean, large, comfortable room. Hotel is very clean, staff freindly, returned two nights later and received a room upgrade.
Located off the Parkway on Emert St., quite and within walking distance to attractions.
We recently stayed at the Guesthouse for 3 nights -June 5-8. We needed a room with 3 beds and they had a nice 2 room 3 bed -room- The hotel was very clean and the people who manage it are very friendlly and helpful. We didn't use the pool as it was a little cool however it seems to be shared with the Motel 8 next door and could be small when the the hotels are full.
Good One !
the hotel is pretty good.......Good rooms and courteous staff. the free breakfast was good too. the location is also accessible to most attractions in and outside the national park.