|"Great location and friendly staff."||(in 161 reviews)|
|"The room was clean and comfortable!"||(in 58 reviews)|
|"Beds comfy Pool great Staff very friendly."||(in 245 reviews)|
|"Beds were very uncomfortable."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Very humid and strong chlorine."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Disappointed restaurant was not open."||(in 16 reviews)|
|indoor pool||in 902 reviews|
|great location||in 368 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 362 reviews|
|breakfast was included||in 221 reviews|
|front desk||in 130 reviews|
|area was nice||in 126 reviews|
|room was clean||in 122 reviews|
|great for the kids||in 119 reviews|
|parking lot||in 118 reviews|
|bathroom was very small||in 116 reviews|
|downtown gatlinburg||in 116 reviews|
|long walk||in 90 reviews|
|main strip||in 86 reviews|
|mountain view||in 74 reviews|
|restaurant was closed||in 59 reviews|
|hot tub||in 54 reviews|
|chlorine smell||in 40 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 39 reviews|
|walls are thin||in 24 reviews|
|beds were very uncomfortable||in 8 reviews|
Location was good, just a short walk down the road and you were in downtown Gatlinburg and close to any activity you wanted to do. Staff was nice. Hotel is a little dated but overall is a nice place to stay.
Pool area and hallways were hot.
The rooms were sizeable, the water was hot, the location is great whether you're checking out Gatlinburg's tourist district or catching the trolley to Dollywood. Although we didn't go for a swim, the indoor pool looks amazing and I'm sure it's fun regardless of the season. I did note plenty of young families enjoying it while we were there and the air doesn't overwhelm with chlorine.
We arrived late at night, after 2am, and there was no one at the check in counter, only a sign saying "be back soon". After sitting in the lobby for more than half an hour whole the security guard stated at me and at his phone, a desk clerk finally arrived to check us in. Parking was limited, but they were accommodating by basically not enforcing any parking rules as long as we were not blocking someone in. They put us in a handicap room, which wasn't a problem in itself, but the bathroom door slides open and shut for ease of access and unfortunately it wasn't well oiled so we weren't able to ever fully open or close the door. I did report the problem, but don't know if it was ever fixed as we were only there 2 nights.
No coffee in lobby
Great location to downtown Gatlinburg, the staff were friendly and helpful
It is no fault to the people that work there, but the building itself is in need of some TLC. You can tell that is what they are working on, but I couldn't help but notice
Not as nice as pictures
Pool was very nice
Beds are very uncomfortable. Our room balcony was in the pool area and it was at least a 100°+ when you walked up to go to our room. I just believe you should know that. And the pictures looked a whole lot nicer to me.
The location was the center of downtown Gatlinburg. Would have been a great proximity if we had stayed.
The second you walk in the room, we opted for the poolside option as we were planning to spend time in the pool with our two small children, all you could smell was chlorine, not to mention the room was about 87 degrees when we first walked in. While looking around our room, we found lots of great treasures, old Broken Oreos in the carpet (carpet looked like it hadn't been vacuumed in about a month) , the bathroom was disgusting you had to hover above the toilet, the shower curtain had something streaked down it, looked like makeup maybe?? Who knows. There was brown matter streaked on the wall I could take a guess on what it was. It looked like feces. The tv kept cutting in and out with sound and picture so that was a no go when my 3 year old asked to watch cartoons before bed. We decided to check out the beds to see what they were like since the rest of the room was absolutely disgusting. On one of the blankets there was red lipstick. And on the sheets there were big black hair. In more spot than one. So I'm guessing the sheets hadn't even been changed? Needless to say we grabbed our bags and our two small children and got the heck out of there, we didn't even stay the night. Then the whole trip was spent attempting to get our refund back as we ended up having to spend money on a different hotel for our trip. And then they tried to tell us that we had to pay for the first night even though we didn't stay. We will not be back. Waste of money and time out of our trip.
The room was comfortable and felt roomy, the location was close to the strip and a lot of parking.
There were a few things broken in the room, the walls are thin, and the pool shouldn't close so early or should have an adults only time. The children spoil the trips
Desk staff and management were super helpful and n
Upgraded room for no extra charge and the suite was quiet, comfortable and clean
Pool area needs upgrade and was glad to see its in the plans for the coming year There were no towel racks in the bathroom and the water never got hot.
The website says the hotel is 2 blocks from the strip but that is still .4 miles. It's a lot further than the website made it seem. We received an earlier morning wake up call both days that we DID NOT request. But the worst was the water temperature in the shower. It would get scalding hot with no notice. I let management know when we checked out but he didn't seem very concerned. Wouldn't stay there again.
Visitors can enjoy all the beauty and activities on offer in the Great Smoky Mountains, yet have all the comforts of home when they stay at the Glenstone Lodge in Gatlinburg, TN.
Glenstone Lodge is located at the center of Gatlinburg and just ½ mile from the entrance to the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. Guests are just minutes from all the downtown attractions of this bustling mountain town. Families can visit the Ripley’s Aquarium, sample candy and homemade goods in any of the unique town shops, and enjoy dinner at a number of restaurants. Outdoor lovers have hiking and adventuring right outside of town. Hike to a waterfall, bike along the trails, or just drive around taking in the breathtaking views of the great outdoors.
The fun continues back at the hotel. The Glenstone Lodge features a dual-level indoor pool with a hot tub and waterfalls and an indoor putting green. Guests can pick a room facing poolside or a room with a fireplace to relax near at the end of a long day of exploring all that Gatlinburg has to offer. Guests traveling for business or special events can take advantage of the over 10,000 sq. feet of event space. Outside the hotel, there is a pool and an outdoors event area.
There will be no shortage of activities to do in this mountain town, and no better way for visitors to relax than to head back to the Glenstone Lodge at the end of another beautiful day in the Smokies.
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Glenstone Lodge is located at 504 Historic Nature Trl, 0.7 miles from the centre of Gatlinburg. Gatlinburg Convention Center is the closest landmark to Glenstone Lodge.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Glenstone Lodge.
Yes, Glenstone Lodge offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Glenstone Lodge offers free parking.
No, Glenstone Lodge does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Glenstone Lodge is 27.5 miles from Knoxville McGhee Tyson. Glenstone Lodge is 58 miles from Asheville Regional.
Yes, Glenstone Lodge has a pool on-site.