I have stayed here three times and have some very good recomendations! The first two times we stayed we stayed at the lodge on the hill that is not connected to the waterpark. The rooms are really nice and about 100.00 less per night, the downfalls are you have to ride a shuttle bus down a hill to get to the indoor waterpark. So this is not a big deal if staying in the summer but if you go in the winter it gets pretty cold. This time we stayed at the rooms connected to the indoor waterpark, and boy is that the way to go. We were 12 rooms away from the water so we could go back and forth to the room to make lunch, get a drink, etc! It is well worth the extra money to stay right at the indoor waterpark. The waterpark itself is so awesome for all ages. We stayed all day long and then would go to a show at night and then return and go back to the waterpark cause it stays open till 10:00. The only negative things i couild say baout it is that the housekeeping is kind of bad. They would come in and only make the beds. We stayed 4 days, and our room was never once vacumed, or our shower cleaned. The would not take our old towels layiing onthe floor but would just leave more fresh towels. So that was kind of annoying!
- Also Known As:
- Wilderness At The Smokies Hotel Sevierville
- Wilderness At The Smokies Hotel