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Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort Opens at Base of the Great Smoky Mountains

MCLEAN, Virginia — Hilton and Hospitality Solutions, a Gatlinburg-based hotel development and management company, began welcoming guests last month to the new Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

The resort sits at the base of , the country’s most-visited national park. Developed and operated by Hospitality Solutions, the upscale property will offer 164 all-suite rooms, consisting of two-room suites and studio suites with views of the Smokies. The neighboring partner hotel, Hampton Inn Gatlinburg Historic Nature Trail, is connected by walkways, creating a campus to accommodate large meetings and conferences.

Guests staying at Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort will also enjoy a range of Appalachian cuisine. The property features an elevated dining experience at Roaring Fork, the resort’s signature restaurant. Visitors will also find other Embassy Suites dining mainstays, like made-to-order breakfast and complimentary snacks and beverages at the daily Evening Reception. During the day, guests can enjoy drinks and light bites at Firefly Cove, the resort’s expansive water park featuring both indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, a water slide, a creekside hot tub, outdoor fire pits and an activity lawn with outdoor games and seating. Inside, Sugarlands Coffee and Cream’s menu features coffee and tea, sweet treats and an assortment of locally sourced retail offerings, including Greenbriar Bee Co. honey.

“Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort introduces a modern resort-style hotel concept unlike any other property in the area, and we are thrilled to bring this new experience to business and leisure travelers alike visiting the region,” said Logan Coykendall, president and CEO, Hospitality Solutions.

To help guests take advantage of the area’s myriad outdoor opportunities, Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort will feature the Guide Room, a unique amenity that allows guests to curate their adventures thanks to a partnership with local outfitter Smoky Mountain Guides.

The Guide Room will enable local travelers to explore off-the-beaten-path adventures, whether traversing some of the national park’s hundreds of miles of hiking trails, wading creeks and rivers for fly fishing excursions, driving through rugged forests on an auto tour, or rafting down local whitewater rivers. Experts with the Guide Room also provide onsite activities for guests, including children’s exploration classes in the property’s three mountain streams and fly-tying happy hours for anglers. The Guide Room will also inform guests of all the local attractions they can experience while in Gatlinburg.

“As Embassy Suites continues to grow its footprint, this new hotel is a prime example of bringing the industry-leading all-suite brand to popular destinations, which is why we are excited to welcome Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort to the Embassy Suites family,” said Bonnie Campagnuolo, brand leader, Embassy Suites by Hilton. “The property builds on the brand’s continued expansion across the Smoky Mountain range, offering travelers a welcoming and upscale experience to explore, refuel, and relax.”

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort offers 12,800 square feet of flexible, multifunctional space, including a 5,000-square-foot ballroom and several breakout meeting rooms. At the heart of the resort is Laurel Plaza, a large outdoor space for group meetings, dining or networking events. For corporate retreats, onsite team-building exercises and offsite group adventures and tours can be coordinated through the Guide Room.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Gatlinburg Resort will participate in Hilton Honors guest-loyalty program. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call 865-436-2095.