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Conveniently located on the Parkway in Sevierville near the entrance to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Moments away are many area attractions including Dollywood, Dollywood’s Splash Country, Dixie Stampede, Tanger Five Oaks Outlet Center and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Start your memories in the Smoky Mountains with Days Inn Apple Valley. Our staff is always happy to help . We promise to give you best service in town.
Unpleasant from the beginning. Front desk would not honor the lower rate on their marquee for the entire stay. Called hotels.com and they said the hotel had to make the change and front desk said hotels.com had to make the correction, so everyone is at...More
The hotel was in a great location to everything. It's right on the line of Pigeon Forge. Staff was friendly, room was clean and breakfast was good. It wasn't a 5 star hotel but it was great for the price. Would stay there again.
Staff nice, rooms clean but appearance is dingy and outdated. Bathroom was small and towels lookand feelt like they were washed over and over, soap small. Location is good but leaves a lot to be desired.
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My mom and I went for a girls trip. She booked the room for us and showed me the pictures. I didn't think it looked great, but passable for a few nights. The room we got looked nothing like the picture. It was dark and...More
We had 2 rooms for 2 nights, lots and lots of problems. One of the bars in the shower fell off when a washcloth was placed on it. A light bulb in a lamp was out, and a call got the response, you can get...More
Response from msdebra007 | Reviewed this property |
Our room did have a faint odor of smoke, but I don't know if that was from someone smoking in the room or someone smoking outside and it was sucked in by the air system under the window. It was tolerable for one night.