When we go to the mountains in Tennessee on vacation we like to stay at this wonderful hotel. It is decked out for Christmas all year long. I love Christmas and love staying here. Every room has Christmas décor. The rooms we stay in always have a Christmas tree on the entertainment center or the fireplace has lit garland.
It's the Christmas Inn in Pigeon Forge. I am not compensated in any way for posting about the Inn. I just love it! The people are so friendly. The bellmen are always to greet you as you enter the gorgeous double doors.
I have so many pictures from over the years but these are from our last visit.
As you enter the Inn this gorgeous mantle that is two stories tall welcomes you.
Glittered magnolias draping over the edge of the mantle.
The main tree in the lobby entrance is always gorgeous!
On the level below there is a huge cuckoo clock that plays Christmas carols every hour during normal hours.
I was looking straight up when I took this pic to show you how massive the clock is.
There's a singing Santa that sings Christmas songs and the children are all invited to gather around and sing also. Milk and cookies are served after. I remember sitting with both my girls over the years listening to Santa sing. My daughters were older but everyone joins in. People visit from all over the US. So many memories made here :)
Another gorgeous tree opposite the huge cuckoo clock. This one had a Toyland theme. I remember this tree from a previous visit decked in a woodland theme.
Santa sits in front of this tree to sing. You can see his nice leather chair in front of the tree.
Each floor of the hotel has a Christmas vignette as you exit the elevators.
Santa with his list :)
Each scene is put together with so much attention to detail.
Santa and Mrs. Claus and the sled.
Christmas tree in the main lobby. I took this pic from the second floor overlook.
Nativity scene above the check-in desk. I took this pic from the balcony above the desk.
I think this window display is so simple and elegant with the candles among the greenery.
Gorgeous coffee table display.
The main lobby again. I have sat on the sofas many times just taking it all in. I can't imagine all the work that goes into putting the mantles and vignettes together. The décor is changed a couple of times a year.
I love the angels holding wreaths on each side of the wreath on the mantle. I wish I had two of my own.
Not only is the inside of the hotel gorgeous the grounds are gorgeous as well. It's just a fun place to stay. We hope to take our little granddaughter next year and begin making new memories.
Thanks for visiting!