Stayed there with a group of friends, we had 5 rooms, in July, and it was a horrible hotel. The rooms were ok, but the outside looked like it hasn't been kept up with since it was built. The main office is NOT open on Mondays. We watched a couple try to check in, and the door was not open, and they asked us, since we were sitting outside, but we did not know what to tell them. They left, but were not happy. We chose that place because we wanted to be in the smoky mountains. When we arrived, we noticed that several things in town, including the "Wheels thru time Museum" was only open a few days a week. Be careful which days you go, unless you want to go to get away from everything. The town folds up its sidewalks around 7:00 p.m. After dinner, we all decided to sit outside on the rocking chairs they provided and enjoy the fresh air, but were given dirty looks by several people in other rooms. This motel only has about 15-20 rooms. Apparently the people were not friendly or did not like the idea of us being friendly. At 9:00 p.m., we were even asked to keep it down because we were laughing to much. We invited the gentleman out to join us, and his reply was "I would like to, but I am afraid I would get in trouble with my wife." So as a courtesy to him, we all went back to our rooms. We had a great time driving through the smoky mountains, but would never stay at that motel again. The best place about that town was a restaurant called Joey's. Great breakfast every morning with great people.
- Also Known As:
- Smoky Falls Hotel
- Smoky Falls Hotel Maggie Valley