Knoxville, on the Tennessee River, north of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, is the gateway to scenic Eastern Tennessee.
City activity is centered on the 'strip' in Cumberland Ave where many restaurants, clubs, and small shopping outlets are located.
City attractions include: The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, The museum of Appalachia, which is the most authentic and complete replica of Pioneer Appalachian life in the world, Knoxville Riverboat and Knoxville Museum of Art and Artists Colony.
Main attractions in the greater Knoxville area include Dollywood Theme Park and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
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The Knoxville Marriott is a full-service hotel offering deluxe accommodations including concierge level rooms, bar and restaurant, exercise room and outdoor swimming pool and over twenty thousand square feet of meeting space.
The Hilton Knoxville is situated in the heart of downtown Knoxville, the gateway to scenic Eastern Tennessee. The hotel is connected to the Knoxville Convention Center by covered walkway and just one block from the University of Tennessee campus. The hotel is ideally situated for guests traveling for business or pleasure.
The Best Western Cedar Bluff Inn is West Knoxville's best-kept secret, located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, just a short scenic drive to Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, the University of Tennessee and the airport. Close by are lakes of all sizes for summer fun.
Travelodge Knoxville West is part of a truck stop known as Travel Centers of America with 24 hour diesel, a convenience store and Country Pride Restaurant. Taco Bell opens at 10:00AM. There is a barber shop as well as a CB chop on the premises. ATM and phone cards available.