We have King room mini-suites and two-room suites that feature Jacuzzis and fireplaces.
All guest rooms are outfitted with microwaves and refrigerators for our guests convenience.
Our exercise room, the Holly Fitness Center, is located on the second floor, and features two treadmills, two stationary bikes, and two elliptical machines. The exercise room is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
We offer wired and wireless Internet access in all guest rooms, free of charge.
We have two main elevators and a pool elevator.
The Inn at Christmas Place is fully compliant with all current ADA regulations. We have eight designated handicap-accessible guest rooms, four of which are equipped with roll-in showers.
We do not offer pay-per-view movie channels. We have a selection of family-friendly Christmas movies for free check-out from the front desk. These can be played on the DVD player located in each guest room. The television lineup includes HBO.
Santa shares his cookies with our guests nightly from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the front desk.
Served daily from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., the buffet usually features scrambled eggs, ham, sausage, biscuits, gravy, hash browns, made-to-order omelets, fresh-made Belgian waffles, hot and cold cereals, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, bagels, toast, yogurt, orange and apple juices, milk, and four kinds of coffee. Breakfast items are subject to change.
Santa’s White Christmas Coffee, as well as other retail items are available for purchase at our front desk.
Santa is here regularly every morning except Wednesday and Sunday. He has Story time in the lower lobby on Saturdays, as well as concerts in the evening on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Occasionally Santa has to fly back to the North Pole for emergencies, so please call the hotel directly to verify his schedule.
Check-in is at 4 pm and Check-out is at 11 am.
Although we love our pets, we do not accept pets as guests at The Inn at Christmas Place. We can provide contact information for local kennels that will board pets. Service dogs as recognized by the ADA are accepted.
We are a smoke-free hotel and do not allow smoking OR vaping in any of our guest rooms or public rooms. However, we provide a designated, covered gazebo with seating to accommodate guests who smoke.
For January through September reservations, cancellations should be made 72 hours prior to the scheduled arrival date.
Cancellations inside the 72 hours are subject to a charge for the first night’s rate plus tax.
For October, November and December reservations, Cancellations should be made 30 days prior to the scheduled arrival date.
Cancellations inside the 30 days are subject to a charge for the first night’s rate plus tax.
Guests are able to make a reservation a year out from the current day. If you visit us on November 3, 2019 you are able to make reservations as far out as November 3, 2020. Reservations can be made on our website or by calling 1-888-465-9644
You are more than welcome to participate in any of the hotels activities that are happening the day of your check in. Simply stop by the front desk and they will go ahead and give you a wristband.
For reservations in January through March we charge a $20 deposit on the card that will be applied towards the total amount of the reservation.
For reservations in April through October we charge a $50 deposit on the card that will be applied towards the total amount of the reservation.
For reservations in November and December we DO charge the first night only at the time of booking.
The Inn at Christmas Place is located at traffic light 2A on the Parkway (US441) in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. We are directly across the parkway from our sister property The Incredible Christmas Place . Get driving directions ›
Christmas Tree Lane is not currently found in most GPS systems. Enter the following address in your GPS:
2470 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37868
This is the address for The Incredible Christmas Place, which is directly across the street from The Inn.
The indoor pool and hot tub are both open 24 hours a day.
The outdoor pool is open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. in season (mid April through September depending on weather). If there is lightning in the area, the outdoor pool will close until the storm passes.
Typically, the outdoor pool opens in mid April and closes at the end of September, depending on the weather. For the 2017 season, the outdoor pool and splash pad are closed as of October 6th.
All guest rooms are decorated in a Christmas motif. They feature Christmas colors and Christmas decor including wreaths, small Christmas trees, throw pillows, and winter scene artwork. Our mini-suites and two-room suites are each decorated in a specific Christmas theme.
Not all rooms have balconies; however, we do have several guest rooms with balconies.
Our balcony rooms are located throughout the hotel and face the courtyard and gardens, the mountains, our parking lot, and the side street.
We do not have a hotel shuttle. The Pigeon Forge Trolley has several stops just a few steps from our front door. The closest is across the parkway, next to The Incredible Christmas Place.
The Inn was built in June of 2007 and we have made it a priority to keep our property looking better than the day we opened.
We stay decorated for Christmas 365 days a year! Our decor changes every year, so if you visit us annually we will have fresh decorations up. Our outdoor decorations and lights will be up from the first week of November through the end of February. We refer to this as Winterfest, and we have a kickoff event every year to get in the holiday spirit. Our outdoor decorations include lights on the trees, lit garland on the balconies, and a few displays around the property.
Each year we have to remove the lights from our trees outside because the trees have to grow. We also like to give our guests new decorations and new light color combinations each year. In order to provide the best displays we need to remove the lights prior to spring, allow the tree to grow through the summer, and we will begin relighting in the fall.
Discounts & Packages
We do not currently offer government discount rates.
We gladly offer a 10% discount for members of AARP. Show your membership card at check-in to receive the senior discount on your room rate. Discounts cannot be combined or used for promotional offers or packages.
We gladly offer a 10% discount for military service members, active or retired. We thank you for your service to our country. Discounts cannot be combined or used for promotional offers or packages.
- Earn $10 in rewards credit for every $250 (pre-tax) spent at the hotel on a room stay or on retail purchases at the Inn.
For more specific details, please visit http://innatchristmasplace.com/guest-services/elf-rewards/
Absolutely! We offer flower and gift basket deliveries for any occasion! Please call the reservation desk, and our associates will help you choose the perfect gift basket or flower arrangement for your visit.
There are several restaurants both adjacent to and very near the hotel.
Our concierge will be glad to help you purchase Dollywood tickets and arrange other show and attraction tickets.
The concierge will also assist you with golf tee times, hiking and touring suggestions in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and any number of other services and activities in the area. Just ask!
We will gladly help you plan your visit as a guest of The Inn at Christmas Place.
Located in the Great Smoky Mountains, Cades Cove is a beautiful valley full of wildlife, hiking trails, and historical buildings. Visit the link below to read more about Cades Cove and to view a map of the area.
From the Inn, it takes about an hour and a half, or 45 miles to reach Cherokee.
Follow US 321N or Pigeon Forge parkway to Gatlinburg Bypass in Gatlinburg. (6.5 Miles)
Follow Gatlinburg Bypass to US 441S (3.6 Miles)
Drive to US 441N in Cherokee (32.6 Miles)
Reaching 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest peak in not only the Great Smoky Mountains, but in all of Tennessee.
The physical address is 2320 Winfield Dunn Pkwy, Sevierville, TN 37876
To reach the store from the Inn, continue on 321 (or main parkway) towards Sevierville. Take North Parkway towards Winfield Dunn Parkway. The store is on your left before reaching a bridge.
When leaving the Inn, Turn right onto the main parkway, in about 2 miles turn right onto Collier Dr. (Walmart is on your left). In 1.5 miles turn left onto Veterans Blvd. In about 2 miles turn right onto Dolly Parton Parkway. Bush’s Beans is about 13 miles on your right.
Address: 3901 US-411 Dandridge, TN 37725
The Smoky Mountains are a magnificent sight in the Autumn months. While visitors can begin to see change as early as the first of October, the peak time for viewing the beautiful warm colors, is mid-October.
From the Inn, it is approximately 90 miles and nearly 2 hours driving time. The fastest route is to reach US-411 N and take I-40 East to US 25 N towards Hendersonville Rd in Asheville. From here take exit 50 and you will end up minutes from the Estate.
From Christmas Tree Ln, turn left onto US 441 S (Parkway) in about 8 miles you will be in Gatlinburg.
There are many artisans in Gatlinburg, and several can be reached along an 8 mile loop that runs from US 321N (East Parkway) to Glades Rd to Buckhorn Rd.
To reach US 321N, drive into Gatlinburg from the main parkway here in Pigeon Forge, turn left at traffic light #3 in Gatlinburg. On this road you will pass shops on your left and then at traffic light #3a Glades Rd, turn left. This road contains several artisans. At the end of Glades Rd. turn right onto Buckhorn Rd. This road will loop back to US 321N. Turn right to head back to town.
Grotto Falls and Laurel Falls
Round trip: 2.6 miles for each trail
Time: 2-3 hours round trip for each trail
Level of difficulty: Moderate
As of 2016, there are approximately 6200 people living in Pigeon Forge.
As of 2015, Sevier County’s population is about 96,000.
Pigeons were very popular inhabitants of the land once upon a time. Hence, the first part of Pigeon Forge’s name. The second part is named from an industry that was also prevalent in East Tennessee-besides farming and lodging-and that is iron. A man named Isaac Love built an iron forge along the Little Pigeon River, and the family later expanded into the milling business. The milling business eventually outran the iron forge, but it was important to remember the history of what started the community and that is where we get Pigeon Forge.