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Conference
Center
The 5000 square foot Conference Center specializes in providing great flexibility and convenience to both large and small groups.

Reunions, retreats, group tours, weddings, and other functions find this space ideal. A reception area, full professional catering kitchen, dance floor, modular staging, audio/video capabilities, banquet facilities are on-site.

Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No: 101
Description :
Let our whirlpool ease away the days grind. 1 King Size Bed for spacious sleeping.

Building : Main Building
Features :
  • Whirlpool
  • 1 King Bed

  • Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Pool View
    Pool View

    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Outside View
    Outside View

    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Banquet Room
    Banquet Room

    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Bedroom-Living Room
    Bedroom-Living Room

    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Lobby
    Lobby

    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotels Room No. 101 - Bathroom-Jacuzzi
    Bathroom-Jacuzzi



    OTHER BEAUTIFUL ROOMS
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 118
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 118

    Description :
    2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 237
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 237

    Description :
    Stay warm and cozy next to the fireplace. 2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room. Enjoy the outside on the your balcony.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 372
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 372

    Description :
    This balcony overlooks the flowing creek 2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. With a Sofa Bed you can sleep an additional person. No need for a roll away mattress. This room faces the Smokey Mountain National Park.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 362
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 362

    Description :
    This room faces the Smokey Mountain National Park. This balcony overlooks the flowing creek 2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 162
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 162

    Description :
    2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. This room faces the Smokey Mountain National Park. Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 106
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 106

    Description :
    1 King Size Bed for spacious sleeping. With a Sofa Bed you can sleep an additional person. No need for a roll away mattress.

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 271
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 271

    Description :
    Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room. 2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest. This room faces the the Beautiful Gatlinburg Space Needle. This balcony overlooks the flowing creek

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    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room No. 171
    Downtown Gatlinburg Hotel Room Number: 171

    Description :
    This room faces the the Beautiful Gatlinburg Space Needle. Breath clear in this Non Smoking Room. 2 Queen Size Beds for you and your guest.

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    SOME GATLINBURG ATTRACTIONS GATLINBURG OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
    Hillbilly Golf
    340 Parkway
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-7470
    Located on Parkway, Gatlinburg. Ride the incline 300 feet above the city. Play the world's most unusual miniature golf. Two 18 hole courses with challenging mountaineer hazards. Fun for everyone.

    Shoot em Up Cinemas
    815 Parkway Suite 3
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 430-8522
    Gatlinburg's Newest and Wildest Family Attraction! It's a horse ridin', six shootin', score keepin', 5D movie ride that's packed with cutting edge special effects! Free souvenir photo with every ride!

    Gatlinburg Ropes Course
    125 Historic Nature Trail
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 325-1515 - Toll Free: 1-877-430-9472
    www.ziplinesfamilyadventures.com/index.html
    The Southeast's first European style high ropes treetop adventure --27 exciting and challenging elements-13 indoor elements and 14 treetop adventures overlooking Gatlinburg. Discount when you combine with Gatlinburg Ziplines 9 zipline guided canopy tour.

    Smoky Mountain Angler
    466 Brookside Village Way Suite 8
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-8746
    www.smokymountainangler.com
    In Winery Square. Guided fishing trips and fishing outfitters. Oldest Flyshop and guide service in Sevier County. Full line Flyshop. TWRA license agent, rentals, locally hand tied flies since 1988.

    Appalachian GhostWalks
    959 Parkway (tour departure only)
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (423) 743-9255
    www.GatlinburgGhostWalks.com
    Gatlinburg GhostWalks are Gatlinburg Ghost and History Tours along with full, complementary family vacation planning and real history combined with true ghost stories in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains.

    Gatlinburg Ziplines Family Adventure
    322 Historic Nature Trail
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 430-9475 - Toll Free: 1-877-494-7386
    www.zipgatlinburg.com
    You haven't done Gatlinburg until you experienced America's most popular zipline right here in downtown Gatlinburg. Over 75,000 happy zippers have had a family treetop journey. 9 Zipline guided Canopy tour and ropes course.

    WINTER SPORTS
    Ober Gatlinburg is Tennessee's only ski resort. Its eight ski slopes range from beginning to advanced and lie 3000 feet above sea level. Using a combination of natural and man-made snow, visitors can ski and snowboard. There's even an indoor ice-skating rink that's great fun rain or shine or snow. Even if you don't ski or skate, come up and enjoy the spectacular view or relax over a delicious hot meal at Ober Gatlinburg's restaurant.
    CAMPING
    We have three local campgrounds in Gatlinburg to choose from. They have many amenities such as electricity, water, cable TV, hot showers, pools, and much more. The national park also has several campgrounds, including Cosby and Elkmont, where you can pitch a tent and rough it for a few days in the wilderness. Some campgrounds accept reservations, but most are accessible on a first come, first served basis.
    WHITEWATER RAFTING
    There's nothing quite as exhilarating as a ride on an untamed river. There are many outfitters that conduct guided trips down the Big Pigeon and other regional rivers.
    FISHING
    You've heard about our famous mountain trout. Now come catch one yourself! Whether you're in a national park stream or the Little Pigeon River in downtown Gatlinburg, there's nothing more peaceful than dropping your line in the water and waiting to reel in the big one! Choose from one of our full service fishing outfitters for all your fishing needs.
    BIRDWATCHING
    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

    From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

    Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.

    HORSEBACK RIDING
    Saddle up, pardners, and see our beautiful East Tennessee countryside the old-fashioned way. Places like Smoky Mountain Stables & Sugarlands Riding Stables offer guided, back country excursions for kids and grownups alike.

    SMOKY MOUNTAIN ACTIVITIES MORE GATLINBURG ATTRACTIONS
    CULTURAL HISTORY
    The Smoky Mountains also have a rich cultural history. Cherokee Indians moved into the Smoky Mountain area about 1,000 years ago, and permanent white settlement began around 1800. Most families depended on farming for their livelihood. Life for many of these families changed with the coming of commercial logging operations around 1900 that stripped trees from three-quarters of what is now park land. Established in 1934, Smoky Mountain National Park was created from more than 6,000 tracts of private and commercial land that were bought with money raised by public and private donations.
    MONITORING
    To better manage its unique flora and fauna, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, became the first national park in the country to set up a Natural Heritage Data Center. The Natural Heritage Program gives the park the ability to inventory and monitor its rare plants, animals, and ecosystems.
    TREES
    The Smoky Mountains National Park has more tree species than northern Europe and contains one of the largest blocks of virgin temperate deciduous forest in North America. Almost 95% of the Smokey Mountain's National Park is forested, and about 25% of that area has not been disturbed. Some trees attain record size in the Smoky Mountains and are over 20 feet in circumference.
    VISITATION
    Located within a two-day drive for half of the nation's population, Great Smoky Mountains National Park has thehighest visitation of all the national parks in the country. There are between eight and ten million visits to Smoky Mountain's National Park annually. Educational programs offered by rangers, interpretive displays located at the visitor centers, and roadside exhibits explain the unique aspects of the park so that visitors may better understand the area. More importantly, these programs stress why it is crucial to preserve environments such as the Great Smoky Mountains.
    FLORA
    During the Ice Age, the Smoky Mountains were a refuge for hundreds of plant and animal species retreating before the glaciers. These species found suitable living conditions in the upper elevations of the Smoky Mountains. Because the Smokey Mountains National park contains a variety of habitats, it is now home for some 1,500 species of vascular plants, 10% of which are considered rare, and well over 4,000 non-flowering plant species.
    FAUNA
    At least 60 native mammals live in the Smoky Mountains, along with over 200 species of birds, many of which are here on a seasonal basis. There are 38 reptilian species, which include turtles, lizards, and snakes. Amphibian species number 40, and of that figure 27 are salamanders. This gives the Smoky Mountains the distinction of having the most diverse salamander population anywhere in the world. The Smoky Mountain National Park has about 58 species of fish, including several species of game fish. Numerous species of land snails, insects, and spiders are also found in the park.
    Amazing Mirror Maze
    919 Parkway
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-4415
    The hottest attraction on the Parkway! Don't miss Gatlinburg's largest mirror maze featuring a spectacular light and sound show! Bring your camera and enjoy this Gatlinburg favorite!

    Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair
    920 Parkway
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-7479
    www.craftsmenfair.com
    2012, July 20th through 29th and October 11th through 28th. Over 180 of the Nation's finest artists and craftspeople gather at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. 10am-6pm daily, 10am-5pm Sunday.

    Sugarlands Riding Stables
    1409 Parkway
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-3535
    www.sugarlandsridingstables.com
    See wildlife on scenic wilderness trails climbing along streams inside the National Park. Open Mid March Thanksgiving weekend. Hours are seasonal.

    Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies
    88 River Road
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 430-8808 - Toll Free: 1-888-240-1358
    www.ripleysaquariumofthesmokies.com
    America's #1 Aquarium! Most spectacular underwater tunnel with 12-foot sharks, giant sea turtle & thousands of exotic sea creatures! Playful penguins at Ripley's Penguin Playhouse! Dive/feeding shows & much more!

    Guinness World of Records Museum
    631 Parkway Suite B11
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 430 7800 - Toll Free: 1-888-240-1358
    www.ripleys.com/gatlinburg/
    See the Amazing Book come to Life! Hundreds of Unbelievable Exhibits! Featured Memorabilia of Famous Record Holders including Elvis, The Beatles, Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson and Much More!

    Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway
    1001 Parkway
    Gatlinburg, TN 37738
    (865) 436-5423
    www.obergatlinburg.com
    Enjoy spectacular views year round from aboard 120 passenger Aerial Tramway. Departs regularly from downtown Gatlinburg to Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort & Amusement Park.

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