Econo Lodge Hotel

680 Winfield Dunn Parkway
Sevierville, TN, 37876
Local: 1-865-429-7797
Fax: 1-865-429-7796

The Econo Lodge hotel is ideally located less than five miles away from downtown Pigeon Forge and the majestic Smoky Mountains. This Sevierville, TN hotel is minutes away from area attractions and local points of interest like Dollywood theme park, Dollywood's Splash Country water park, the Dixie Stampede dinner theater and Sevierville Events Center multipurpose venue. This Tennessee hotel is within walking distance to many restaurants. The surrounding area provides a variety of activities, including Sevierville city parks, a movie theater and Smokies Park, home of the Tennessee Smokies baseball team.

Guests of this Sevierville, TN hotel are invited to enjoy amenities like: Business travelers can take advantage of modern conveniences like the public computer with Internet access and copy and fax services. We also have a meeting room that can accommodate up to eight people for most functions. All of our guest rooms come equipped with standard amenities as well as hair dryers, spacious work desks and cable television. Some rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, coffee makers and whirlpool bathtubs. Handicap accessible and non-smoking rooms can be requested.

For added convenience while you travel, we offer coin-operated laundry facilities. Ample parking is available for cars, truck and buses. When your travels bring you to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, make the Econo Lodge hotel your home away from home. Our friendly staff and inviting accommodations are sure to please. Book a room with us today.

Credit Cards accepted: Yes
Breakfast: Yes
Internet: Yes
Outdoor Pool: Yes
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Jacuzzi: Yes
Motorcoach Parking: Yes

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