Gillette Motel
$125 plus tax per room per night

The first night’s lodging on each room is required for a deposit. A 3-day notice of cancellation or change of arrival for refund less $10 service charge per room.

235 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
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The Gillette is conveniently located directly across the street from the Gatlinburg Convention Center and is walking distance to restaurants, gift shops and entertainment.

Gillette Motel

Glenstone Lodge
Double Queen Exterior, Interior:
  $89.00/night plus tax-Sunday to Thursday
Double Queen Balcony:
  $99.00 Sunday to Thursday
Double Queen Exterior, Interior:
  $114.00 Friday & Saturday
Double Queen Balcony:
  $139.00/night –Friday & Saturday

Reserve your room Online

Or call 800-362-9522, press 1 for Individual Reservations, and identify yourself with Smoky Mountain Encore at the time of reservation. Individual reservations require the first night’s room/tax at the time of reservation with the remaining balance due upon check-in.

2023 Glenstone Lodge Info

Rate and room block will be honored until cut-off date of Friday, February 10, 2023 After the cut-off date, the rate will be adjusted, and rooms may be reserved based on availability.

504 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
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Amenities: Mini-refrigerator, Microwaves, Flat Screen TV, Coffee Makers, Irons/Ironing Boards, Hair Dryers, Free WIFI, Multi-Level Indoor Atrium Pool w/Waterfall & Hot Tub-Large, Outdoor Pool, 2 Blocks from Downtown

Glenstone Lodge

About Gatlinburg
Cradled by Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg surrounds visitors in natural splendor, all the while offering quaint comforts and family fun.

Gatlinburg plays a vital role as the gateway to the very popular Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With 500,000 acres of forest and 800 miles of hiking trails, the opportunities for hiking, fishing, and camping are nearly endless. And with over 200 species of birds, 60 native mammals, and the most diverse salamander population in the world, there are plenty of chances to glimpse local wildlife.

There’s an abundance of other ways to enjoy the great outdoors around Gatlinburg. Nearby rivers are popular whitewater rafting spots. Golfers will also find plenty of chances to practice their swings. There’s even skiing in winter. Off-road tours and an aerial tramway offer more ways to witness the area’s natural beauty.

Downtown, visitors can stroll among shops selling candy, souvenirs, and other wares; or visit a popular family attraction such as Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.

Tennessee culture and history is the focus of the Heritage Trail, with stops in Gatlinburg (and around the state). The Gatlinburg History Trail gives visitors a glimpse into people and events that have shaped the town. Local artisans sell quilts, dolls, scrimshaw, baskets, and ceramics along Gatlinbug’s eight-mile Arts & Crafts Trail. The Music Trail pathway explores the rich music history of the region, and offers plenty of chances to enjoy live performances.

Driving Directions
Take I-40 East from Knoxville to Exit 407, turn right onto State Route 66, continue until first major intersection in Sevierville and turn left onto US 411, follow U.S 411 1-2 miles and turn right onto Veterans Memorial Blvd (at Taco Bell). Go straight 5-6 miles. You will go through 5 traffic lights total. At the fifth red light, you will turn left onto 441. Follow 441 into Gatlinburg. Once you get into Gatlinburg – Turn left at red light #8, the Convention Center is on your right. There is a parking lot beside the building.

Convention Center Address: 234 Historic Nature Trail, Gatlinburg, TN 37738

For a list of more hotels in Gatlinburg, please visit:
» Gatlinburg Area Hotels

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