At least that's the case at the Inn at Christmas Place. The newest entry to Pigeon Forge's hotel market, the hotel has opened for business and has been at or near capacity every night.
The progress of the construction has been a sight to see. In the weeks heading into the grand opening, the work moved quickly, taking the facility from an unfinished product to a polished hotel. The construction is still in process, with the fifth and final floor headed for completion this week.
"Comments from customers have been positive," general manager Karl Thomas said. The holiday theme of the hotel is evident throughout in decor and music.
"We went ahead and put Christmas decor in all the rooms, Thomas said. â€œEvery room has little touches of Christmas in it, but the only rooms that are majorly themed right now are the suites. Those rooms have Christmas trees and things of that nature."
In addition to a holiday atmosphere, the hotel also uses the works of local artist. Depicting mainly snowy scenes, the paintings of 11 local artists hang throughout.
The hotel also features indoor and outdoor pools, a large outdoor patio, meeting rooms, and a full breakfast for guest.