Park Grove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
Historical Traveler Reviews Park Grove Inn Pigeon Forge
Great Value and Clean!
My wife, two small children and I stayed at the Park Grove Inn over Labor Day Weekend. We were very impressed with the cleanliness of the hotel. Having small children makes this very important to us. I can truly say this is the only hotel I have ever felt comfortable sitting or laying on the bed spread. That is how clean the room had been kept. I too found charging for ice to be somewhat anoying, but if that is my only complaint they must be doing a good job. I would recommend the hotel to anyone.
Wonderful stay at the Park Grove Inn
Our friends recommended the Park Grove Inn to stay at for our mini-vacation in Pigeon Forge. We were very impressed with the clean, well-kept, spacious rooms that were reasonably priced. The staff was very friendly and caring. Walden's Landing which is a variety of shops, eateries and a putt-putt golf is within walking distance of the Inn. There is a trolley stop located in front of the Inn for those who wish to ride and the cost is only 25 cents. Great for getting around to other areas of Pigeon Forge if you wish not to drive. There is only 1 small thing that I can complain about and that is they charge 25 cents for ice (this I have never encountered). With all this said, I would definitely recommend the Park Grove Inn for a great, comfortable stay.
The Park Grove Inn is highly recommended
We just returned from staying at the Park Inn in Pigeon Forge for a long weekend. We found it to be a very good value and one that I would definitely recommend. It's in a very convenient location in Pigeon Forge which is in close walking distance to a number of shops and restaurants. It's only three years old, so the hotel is in very good condition and up-to-date. I found the rooms to very clean and spacious. I reserved a king size room with a jacuzzi and fireplace. We were very happy that it also came with a scenic view of the Smokies. The only thing that keeps me from rating this hotel as Excellent, are two small details: the breakfast that is included in the rate is very limited and the hotel charges guests for ice. Overall, the Park Inn was a very good experience and I would definitely stay there again.
Only good if not booking through Travel Group
Problems checking in. We went through a wonderful tour group to book our room & tickets so there would be less hastle. WRONG!!
I went to check in, it took me 20 minutes or more to convince the front desk lady I was registered there. (I had my confirmation sheet with their name, address etc... on it) and she wouldn't look at it. Then finally she found me under the name of the tour group that had booked everything. I left a key at the front desk with my husbands name and told them he would be there between 3-5 pm. "No problem" the lady at the desk said. I went on to Splash Country with my kids. My husband arrives at 3:30 and they tell him I am not listed there, He is not listed there and starts ignoring him. He tells them I already have my stuff in the room and my wife left a room key here at the front desk with my name. They turned him away!! He drove around for an hour or longer and was forced to come get us out of Splash Country to get into the hotel room. I went straight to the desk, told the lady I had left a key for my husband, gave his name, and told her they turned him away and said we were not registered there. She took a room key taped to the desk and said "Oh this must be it, clicked her computer a few times and said "Its the wrong key anyway" clicked the computer a few more times and handed me a key. She gave no aplolgies and could not have cared less what had just happened.
You will turn gray waiting for the elevators. Our room had a strong smell of Sewer in the room especially if you flushed the commode. When we checked out they still referred to us as "the tour group" (there were 4 in my party).
This is a nice hotel that is reasonably priced. The rooms are well kept. And it is close to just about and thing that you could want to do. If you forgot anything they will try to get it for you. My family and I spend 4 days each spring in Pigeon Forge and we always stay here.
Service Beyond the Call of Duty
In addition to a clean, reasonably priced home away from home, the personnel of Park Grove Inn are very friendly and caring. On a Sunday morning when all the garages were closed, a desk clerk helped me change a tire that had gone flat.
This assistance was greatly appreciated.
Relaxing and enjoyable
Our family had the opportunity to stay at Park Grove Inn within a week of its opening and could not have been happier. In fact, we stayed at three other hotels that same week - all more expensive - and found Park Grove's accommodations and services exceeded them all. We've been back to Pigeon Forge on several occasions and stayed at Park Grove everytime. It's well worth the money!
Our family visited the Park Grove Inn, Nov. 9-14 2003...we LOVED it!
Its so affordable we didn't expect it to be as nice as it was. It was very clean, smelled GREAT, and the rooms are very large! We didn't feel cramped at all! We go to TN every year...I doubt we will stay anywhere else! I honestly can't say enough about how much hotel you get for your money...the decor is also so pretty! It obviously hit the spot for me:-)
Very clean. Very friendly.
Rooms very clean and spacious. Very friendly people. Went out of way for service.
Wonderful, clean and friendly
Went on family weekend getaway to Park Grove Inn and loved it. It's in a great location -- easy to get in and out of and close to all the shopping and restaurants in Pigeon Forge. The friendly staff were very accomodating. This hotel is run by Christian administration, so they treat people with a greater respect and dignity than most hotels. The rooms were very large and clean. We actually felt like even the beadspreads were safe to use (many hotels never wash the spread). There was a swimming pool, but we didn't get a chance to use it. We will definitely be going back. And just to show you that this hotel is great -- I'm buying my family gift certificates to the Park Grove for Christmas presents because I liked it so well.
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Grove Inn Pigeon Forge
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