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All Season Suites
Ranked #39 of 91 Hotels in Pigeon Forge
Reviewed 27 July 2010

We had a wonderful stay at this hotel. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The rooms were very nice and well furnished. It was so nice to have a separate bedroom from the living room. This hotel is centrally located between Dollywood and downtown Pigeon Forge. The breakfast was fantastic. We will definitely stay here again and recommend it to our friends.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 22 July 2010

I feel much like another recent reviewer: this review is difficult to write. I have struggled with how to rate this hotel and after reading some of the most recent reviews I can see that some of my concerns were shared by fellow travelers. This recent stay was actually my second. I stayed here once several years ago while I was in town on business when it was still a Ramada Limited. At that time I was very impressed with the entire experience. The staff was friendly, the room was clean and well taken care of, and the breakfast was very good. With this background experience I was willing to try again this time around with my family on a recent vacation. We stayed a total of three nights in two different rooms. The room change was because we decided to stay in the area an extra day but our room was already booked when we tried to add a night (we had been originally placed in a handicap-accessible room and I assume it was needed for that purpose, thus the need to switch rooms).

Pros:
Cost/Value-One of the best values we could find as far as room features for the price in all of the PF/G'burg area. The rooms are almost like small apartments with a kitchen, living area with couch and table, bedroom, and bath. We had plenty of room for our family of four. The kitchen included a large fridge, stove top, ample cabinets, and available utensils and cookware. We cooked a couple of meals and saved money over eating out.

Location-The fact that the suites are not on the main strip is a positive in my mind. While we didn't go to Dollywood on our trip I understand it is close by. We found the location very easy to get to and far enough away from the strip to be quiet.

Breakfast-Easily one of the best hotel breakfasts I have ever eaten. They have your standard hotel fare of waffles, cereals, etc. but what really sets this particular breakfast apart are the made-to-order omelets. They are delicious and very large. They also have very good biscuits and gravy. You will enjoy the breakfast here!

Cons:
Property upkeep-During our stay I could not escape the feeling that the hotel was on the verge of becoming a dump. The hallways were very dingy and the rooms , while clean, were worn out. The decor of the place was very dated and did not show any recent attempts to freshen up. Many of the signs in the hallway had tape over parts of them (perhaps to cover up Ramada branding?) and the carpet was showing its age. Both of our rooms smelled of stale smoke despite being listed as non-smoking. Our second room (a 2nd floor room) had one window that had no latch so it could not be locked. It also had a broken garbage disposal that caused the drain to back up. I think the ownership of this location is not putting money into upkeep and the place seems to be falling into disrepair.

Staff friendliness-I must agree with other reviews about the general friendliness of the staff. Several of the employees I spoke with were not very friendly. This was particularly noticeable in Tennessee where 'Southern hospitality' is so prevalent. The breakfast staff was short tempered and I almost felt like I had to walk on eggshells around some of the employees. To be fair, some of the staff members were very nice but I was disappointed in the general friendliness I encountered, particularly after my previous trip when the staff had been so very nice. I told my wife that I thought the problem had more to do with upper management/ownership than with the employees themselves. Most just didn't seem to enjoy working there and I can't help but think the management/ownership team is doing a poor job based on the lack of upkeep and seeming low morale of the workforce.

So in general, would I stay again? Would I recommend this hotel to a friend? The answer is a reserved yes, but I would probably not book online. I really think this place is very near the point of being a run-down property that I could not recommend. If we stay again I will probably be a walk-in so I can see if things seem to have improved.

Based on the responses I see on this site from the management of All Season Suites I know they monitor the reviews. Please reinvest profits into general upkeep and employee training. You have a wonderful location and building. With some basic maintenance and TLC your hotel could be one of the great places to stay in PF!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 July 2010

We spent 4 night at the All Seasons.

First, TheGood. The rooms are well laid out with the bedroom in a separate room. Plenty of room for our family of 6. The kitchen was very nice. Much larger than what I've become accustomed to in other suite hotels. The staff was also very friendly and helpful. The location is within walking distance of Dixie Stampede and several restaurants which was great since the traffic in the summer is horrible. We found Teaster Lane was not as congested. Dollywood and Splash Country were just a 5 minute drive away.

Then, The Bad. The property is in major need of a renovation. there were broken tiles in the bathroom, and the outside security door to our wind of the hotel would not shut properly without forcing it shut. One of our curtains had to be repaired. The walls had been patched up numerous times. They have done a decent job of keeping this hotel up and going but it has reached the point where it needs major work. Also, the breakfast was good but there were no meats, just cereal and breads. The omelets were good if you got to breakfast early.

Now, The Ugly. The pool was in major need of a cleaning when we were there. You could scratch your name in the scum on the tile at the waterline inside the pool. It really needed cleaning.

Overall, we had a good stay. I'd recommend it for larger families on a budget who need the extra room of a suite. The property is pretty ragged though.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 July 2010

We visit this area at least once a year and have stayed at many of the hotels and cabins. Most places are decent enough but this one falls a little shorter than most of the places we've stayed. This place puts me in mind of an old cheep motel. Everything is dated and worn and It even smells old when you walk through the front door. The kitchen and baths were very small (complete with mold around the tub) and there wasn't even enough uncomfortable seating for the family to set and watch tv. The breakfast was the only thing good there but there is a grumpy ol' lady who makes eggs, who refers to herself as the "boss", that does her best to ruin that too. We like to bring our breakfast back to the room, which you can do if you bring your own containers, where we would have to take turns eating because the table was only big enough for 3. The pool area and the parking was ok. This would be a ok place to stay for a contrator but not good for comfort during a family vacation.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 July 2010

My husband and I stayed at the hotel and found it to be more than we expected. From the moment we arrived the staff was fantastic!! We have stayed in many places and the staff here are the best we have encountered!
Breafast in the monring with made to order omelets, grits, gravy, biscuits, cereal, fruit. Also, coffee, juice and you can make your own waffle.
The rooms are like a small apartment with separate bedroom, full kitchenette, 2 TV's, one in Living Room area and one in Bedroom. The couch also pulled out to full sized bed. Extra blankets and pillows located in closet. The only drawback to me was the pillows are not very firm. I had to use 2 pillows because of the softness.
Athough it has a full size kitchenette, there is no software, cups, pots etc... But Carolyn at the desk had told uso let them know whatever we needed. They would bring it to our room. Coffee maker, dishwasher, garbage disposal, fridge with freezer, micro. 2 burner stove.
The bathroom was small but clean. Separate dressing area with mirror, and hair dryer.
I really like the "noise ordinance rule" as well. They have designated hours to curb any excessive noise when people are trying to sleep. We did not hear people running up and down the hall, doors slamming etc. That you normally hear at most hotels.
The pool was small but very clean and the as very nice. Some people made the comment the hot tub should be hotter but it was comfortable to me.
The hotel is located on Dollywood Lane and not far from the main attractions. Easy access getting in and out of hotel parking lot.
We would definitely stay this hotel again!!

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 July 2010

My wife, 2 kids & I stayed 4 nights at All Seasons in Pigeon Forge and had a great time. The cost of the rooms factored in with the free breakfast (considering a family of 4 which would have cost 20 buck for fast food breakfast not to mention the drive to the restaurant) made the price of the rooms a good deal. For us, the location on veterans drive was a good surprise as far as access and getting to and from the north/south end of town.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 July 2010

I have struggled with writing this review for a couple of days. I really relied on this website to help to decide where to stay in P.F. so here is what we thought.
Location- perfect.,somewhat off the main strip but not too far, quiet and good parking
Clean- was pretty clean, but is outdated, carpet was kinda yucky and blankets were old
Beds- here is where we had problems with - BEDS WERE HORRIBLE!!!!!
very hard and thin blankets
Rooms- fairly large, nice little kitchen, table and couch toliet and shower seperate from the sink (which is great)
Noise level- very low, get a room away from main area though
Amenities- nice pool and hot tub (outside)
Overall this is a decent place to stay if you don't mind hard beds and outdated rooms

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled with family
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Address: 239 Dollywood Ln, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863-3924
Region: United States > Tennessee > Sevier County > Pigeon Forge
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#5 Business Hotel in Pigeon Forge
#17 Romantic Hotel in Pigeon Forge
Price Range: £59 - £119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — All Season Suites 2.5*
Number of rooms: 52
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