Gatlinburg is known for mountaintop moments, with breathtaking scenery and impressive amenities. Be our guest in Gatlinburg – and leave the stress behind. From pristine accommodations and to-die-for dining, to only-in-the-Smokies events and unforgettable activities, you can have it all in Gatlinburg.

Sophisticated Stays

Treehouse Slip into comfort at one of Gatlinburg’s unforgettable lodging options. Designed by “Treehouse Master” Pete Nelson at the doorstep of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Treehouse Grove is a luxurious, secluded escape. Kid-friendly and flush with amenities, Treehouse Grove also offers wedding packages and large event spaces. For an even more rustic vibe, consider Camp LeConte, where glamping dreams come true at the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Celebrating 50 years of Smoky Mountain memories, Mountain Laurel Chalets invite guests to enjoy luxurious stays for groups large or small. Breathtaking architecture paired with top-notch service make these bookings worth revisiting. Of particular note is Cliffhanger, the historic and completely renovated Gatlinburg house now part of The 100 Collection™ of luxury destinations. With jawdropping views and modern design, you’ll rest in singular style.

Memorable Meals

The Greenbrier Gatlinburg Mountain vacations, whether active or all about R&R, require dining to set the mood. For discerning travelers, Gatlinburg’s dining scene does not disappoint. For elevated fare, The Greenbrier serves a chef-driven menu featuring hand-cut prime steaks, signature spirits and plentiful house specialties. Reservations are encouraged at this rustic outpost melding modern dining and Appalachian tradition – with fresh, high-quality ingredients every time.

Romance reigns at Crystelle Creek, a Gatlinburg steak and seafood restaurant and event destination. Under new ownership, the local favorite has a new menu along with a remodeled bar and private event room. 

Elevated Experiences

Anakeesta Astra Lumina Gatlinburg’s Anakeesta invites you to an enchanted night walk amongst the stars at Astra Lumina, the first event of its kind in the United States. This immersive experience features lighting, projection and sound evoking connection with the stars above. Before the nighttime show, get active at Anakeesta with dueling ziplining, a ride on the mountain coaster and browsing some of Gatlinburg’s most whimsical shops.

Margaritaville SpaWe’d be remiss to not recommend a stop in the spa on your high-flying trip to the Smokies. You can’t go wrong at St. Somewhere Spa at Margaritaville Resort, featuring massages and beauty treatments in a centrally located location. You’ll go home looking and feeling better than you arrived – and relaxed to boot!