Pigeon Forge Hotels

Hotels are a large component of Pigeon Forge lodging. As with any major tourist destination, there is a wide array of hotels to choose from. There are local independent hotels as well as well known national chains. The prices for a night range from under a hundred dollars to several hundred. Budget conscious travelers will be able to meet their needs with more a economical Pigeon Forge lodging and visitors with more money to spend can stay in a lavish hotel like the new Belle Island Village, which features attractions like Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood Motion Picture Museum.

Several major hotel chains have accommodations in Pigeon Forge. These lodgings provide all of the comforts and amenities that travelers would expect from successful hotel franchises along with the down home charm of Pigeon Forge. Most Pigeon Forge lodging is conveniently located around town, so all travelers will have quick, hassle-free access to all of the attractions that the town has to offer, like the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the numerous outlet malls, the unique restaurants, and the Dollywood theme park.

Some travelers will want to stay in a locally owned Pigeon Forge lodging like the River Gate Inn. These independent establishments often offer a more unique experience than a standard national chain. Visitors should be aware that money spent at locally owned establishments stays in the local economy, while money spent at lodgings owned by corporations may not stay in Pigeon Forge, but may be used in other parts of the country.

Hotels in Pigeon Forge provide many of the comforts of home within walking distance of major tourist attractions. With the literally hundreds of hotels available, all visitors will find the accommodations they are looking for.

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