Our Stay at the Luxurious Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

Our Stay at the Luxurious Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

There are so many lodging options to choose from when visiting Pigeon Forge.  From budget-friendly hotels, luxurious resorts, spacious condos, and cozy cabins, it's hard to pick which one you'll like to spend your relaxing vacation in. 


During our recent trip to the Smoky Mountains, I booked a lovely 2 bedroom condo at the Riverstone Resort & Spa.


I've been eyeing this resort for quite some time now every time I visited Pigeon Forge.  I would drive past this private resort that nestled on a golf course and say that I would love to stay there on our next visit.  But, I wasn't willing to pay more than $150 a night and find out that the price wasn't even worth it.


I was on Priceline browsing through hotels to see what would pop up that had suites to have enough room for 4 people, plus our two guinea pigs.  I was coming up with the new Holiday Inn and Suites we stayed at last time, but I wanted to stay in something different.  I need more space and a couple of bathrooms.


During my search, I came across Riverstone Resort & Spa.  The price was out of my price range; it was over $250 a night, but I've been wanting to stay there for years, and only 1 two-bedroom condo was left, so I quickly booked a three-night stay.  Plus, they are pet-friendly as well (they only accept dogs, though).


Once we arrived at the resort, I checked in and made them aware that I have guinea pigs.  The staff told me that they only allow dogs but made the exception since our piggies are caged.  But, I did have to pay $25 extra a day for them and be put in a pet-friendly condo.


I was worried that the room wouldn't be as clean, but the staff member assured me that our condo will be spotless since housekeeping spends an extra hour cleaning pet-friendly rooms.


We got our room keys and headed to building 2 on the fifth floor.


Outdoor patio at Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

We noticed the outdoor patio with an outdoor seating table and chairs with a ceiling fan when we got to our front door. Nice!  I guess those with dogs can leave them outside on the screen-in porch for fresh air.


But the wow factor didn't stop there!


Dining room and Kitchen in condo at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Livingroom in condo at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Our Stay at the Luxurious Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

Kitchen in condo at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Step inside, and the condominium is fully furnished with a stocked kitchen and with an elegant touch of mountain-inspired decor.  So warm and inviting, the condo is like a home, away from home— so much space for everyone to strength out and unwind. 


Balcony overlooking the golf course at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Our Stay at the Luxurious Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

And the views, incredible!  Step out on the balcony through the living room or master bedroom and take in the scenic views of the rolling hill golf course.  That fresh mountain air soothes you, and instantly you're in calm zen.


Check out more pictures inside our condo.


King size bed in master bedroom at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Master bathroom at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Jacuzzi tub in master bathroom at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Walk-in closet at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Second bedroom at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Guest bathroom at Riverstone Resort & Spa

Our Stay at the Luxurious Riverstone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

There is plenty of things to do for the whole family at Riverstone Resort & Spa.  The resort amenities include a 24-hour clubhouse with a huge indoor pool with two hot tubs, a game room, and a gym.  Plus, the resort offers a full-service spa of replenishing treatments, including various massages, facials, and nail services. 


Kids can play at the playground during the warmer months, and families can take a break at the lazy river.


And Riverstone Resort & Spa is centrally located next to top attractions like Dollywood, Dolly Parton's Stampede, Pigeon Forge strip of attractions, dining, and shops, plus close to Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 


My daughters couldn't get enough of the resort, and neither could I!  It's clean, provides ample space, comfortable bedding, huge bathrooms, jacuzzi-style tubs in the master bedroom, and more!  We didn't want to leave!  Riverstone Resort & Spa is now our new favorite place to stay while visiting the Smoky Mountains!  Worth every penny spent!


If you're looking for a family-friendly lodging option in Pigeon Forge with up to four bedrooms, make sure to book your stay at Riverstone Resort & Spa.  And hurry, their units do sell out fast, especially during the busy season.


Here are some of the places we visited during our stay at Riverstone Resort & Spa:


Dollywood


Dollywood- Check out what's to come this season at Dollywood.


Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge


Titanic Museum- The museum holds 400 pre-discovery artifacts in twenty galleries.


Pigeon Forge Snow and Tubing


Pigeon Forge Snow- Year-round indoor snow park with tubing slides and an open play area.


Five Oaks Farm Kitchen Beef Brisket with Vegetable Soup

Banana Pudding at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen


Five Oaks Farm Kitchen- Classic BBQ and American Southern fare in a rustic space with high ceilings and ample communal seating.


For more things to do in Pigeon Forge, check out these posts.



2 Comments

  1. That condo is super nice. When I do family trips I tend to go for places like this vs hotels so we can all have our space to unwind and relax after the activities. Also, as a fur mom I love that they spend extra time cleaning the pet friendly lodging.

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    1. Yes, now when I go on trips I'll stay at condos/ vacation homes instead.

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