Charmingly Modern Fairfield Inn & Suites Gatlinburg Downtown

Stay walking distance to Gatlinburg's many attractions and just a short drive to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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In the morning, enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast including omelets, bacon and mini waffles. Then head out to Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail or the national park entrance, both about a half mile from your room. Minutes down the road are the Sugarlands Visitor Center and the popular hike to Laurel Falls. Don't want to drive? Take the Gatlinburg Trolley to the visitor center and trailhead.

After a day of scenic drives and wildlife watching, park back at the hotel to explore Gatlinburg on foot. SkyLift Park, the Anakeesta outdoor adventure park and Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies are all a short 10 to 20-minute walk. Afterwards, relax at the hotel's outdoor pool, hot tub and courtyard with fire pit. Just want to relax? Chill out in your room with free Wi-Fi and HBO movies.

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For more information:
(865) 436-4935
611 Historic Nature Trail, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
www.marriott.com/gtlfg

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