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Blackberry Farm

Blackberry Farm Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This gorgeous farm hotel is a secluded, serene haven for foodies and nature lovers. Guests can immerse themselves in the beauty of the Appalachians by enjoying the venue's 4,200 acres of land and all the various activities offered. The restaurant, The Barn, offers a true farm-to-table dining experience as a majority of the produce is picked from the property's garden. There's also a stunning, tranquil spa and two pools that visitors can enjoy. Guests can stay in luxurious cottages or in a charming room in the Main House.
The Peabody Memphis

The Peabody Memphis Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Peabody is not quite as buttoned-up as one would expect from such a grand, historic, luxury property -- the place where Elvis Presley also had his senior prom. The hotel is probably most famous for its twice-daily duck parade, a quirky tradition that dates back to the 1930s in which a group of trained ducks are paraded through the lobby to the large marble fountain. There they swim all day before being ceremoniously walked back up to their home on the roof. There are plenty of more sophisticated features, including Chez Philippe, rated one of the most romantic restaurants in the country. The 464 rooms include 15 suites as well as an exclusive club level with concierge service and free drinks and snacks. Staying here is not easy on the wallet, but some may consider the price worth the charm.
River Inn of Harbor Town

River Inn of Harbor Town Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This intimate 28-room hotel on the Mud Island peninsula has the feel of an upscale mansion with a lot of luxury in the small details. A gourmet breakfast served at the well-regarded Paulette’s Restaurant is included in the room rate, and other welcome touches include a glass of port along with chocolate truffles as part of the nightly turndown service. Some guest rooms have small balconies overlooking the Mississippi, with more river views at the modern Terrace restaurant. Parking is also free, which is a big plus. It’s a bit of a hike to Beale Street, so travelers looking for something with a similar boutique vibe but closer to downtown attractions could try the Madison Hotel.
The Lodge at Buckberry Creek

The Lodge at Buckberry Creek Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Designed like a luxury retreat from a bygone era, this hotel is the real deal in Gatlinburg, offering an authentic mountain lodge experience without sacrificing any comforts. It's an ideal location for travelers who want rustic seclusion while remaining close to downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. A car is necessary, as nothing is within walking distance, but the heart of downtown is only a few minutes' drive away. The rooms are large, with each individually decorated with a fireplace, whirlpool tub, and private balcony. Lawn games and scenic trails are the hotel's main activities. There's a renowned restaurant with regional cuisine, numerous spots to enjoy the views, and many hearths to gather round. Those who desire more familiar amenities, such as a pool, without the 19th-century atmosphere should check out the Gatlinburg Falls Resort.
The Westin Memphis Beale Street

The Westin Memphis Beale Street Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For travelers looking to be in the heart of the action in Memphis, it’s hard to beat the location of this Westin, part of a well-known chain. The four-pearl property sits half a block away from the famous Beale Street and across from the Gibson guitar factory. One unique feature is a guitar checkout, an homage to the company. The clean and modern hotel offers contemporary rooms and suites with downtown views and perks like coffeemakers with Starbucks coffee. The fees for parking and Wi-Fi are a drawback, but overall, it’s a decent value for a solid property with a desirable downtown location.
Madison Hotel

Madison Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale boutique hotel, housed in the historic former Tennessee Trust Bank building, is one of Memphis’ most stylish non-chain properties. There are breathtaking views of the Mississippi River from the venue’s Twilight Sky Terrace and Southern-inspired cuisine is offered at eighty3 restaurant. The fitness center has a quirky setting in a former bank vault. Many of the updated rooms and suites have separate shower stalls and tubs. Housekeeping service can be on the slow side and parking is less expensive in nearby garages, but there aren’t many downsides here for travelers looking for luxury.
Hermitage Hotel

Hermitage Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This beautiful luxury hotel harkens back to the time in which it was built back in 1910, with its ornate lobby and preserved Art Deco men’s room. The rooms are not inexpensive, but are spacious and comfortable with up-to-date amenities like flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi; some find the classic decor a bit stuffy, however. In the heart of downtown Nashville, the Hermitage is central to a number of city attractions, including The Arcade and Printer’s Alley areas and the honky-tonk bars of Broadway. It offers nice amenities like a small spa, 24-hour room service, and an extremely pet-friendly policy.
Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort

Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The size and scope of this time-share resort set it apart from most other hotels in the area. The attached water park makes it especially attractive to families, but use of the water park is not included in either the room rate or the resort fee, requiring an additional (optional) daily fee. It's also open to the public, so guests may have to compete with other tourists for the giant waterslides. Apart from the water park, there are two other outdoor pools, as well as a large arcade, a spa, and a playground. The location, between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, is somewhat isolated, so guests have to drive to get to area attractions. The condo-style rooms are large with full kitchens and living areas, but the walls are thin (noise is a major complaint among guests) and some are in better shape than others. Although there are several family-friendly amenities, other Gatlinburg hotels offer better rooms at lower rates. Travelers might prefer to stay downtown, or at another time-share such as the Gatlinburg Falls Resort -- and visit the Westgate's water park on a day trip.
Hidden Mountain Resorts

Hidden Mountain Resorts Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The secluded Hidden Mountain Resorts is a family-owned cabin rental operation, split into two areas, with 300 cabins and counting. It's in a great location for those looking to be off the beaten path, while still providing relatively easy access to the area's attractions -- including Dollywood -- via the nearby Parkway. No on-site bars or restaurants mean making use of the kitchens, or driving, because there's no dining in walking distance from most of the cabins (save for a few on the eastern edge of the resort). Most are well-kept and furnished, with some superbly decorated, but guests should be aware that some have serious cleanliness and/or insect issues that may need to be addressed upon arrival. The similar Gatlinburg Falls Resort (about 25 minutes down the Parkway) has more cookie-cutter cabins, but also more included amenities.


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