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RiverStone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

212 Dollywood LanePigeon Forge, TN 37863
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RiverStone Resort is located in Pigeon Forge and features a day spa with the latest massage therapy, skin care, hand and foot treatments, sauna and whirlpool. Enjoy the state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor/outdoor pool complex, lazy river pool, billiards, air hockey, and the children’s playground. The Resort also offers free internet access, meeting facilities, sun deck, and wedding service.

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from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Indoor/outdoor pool complex featuring a lazy river.
  • Full-service spa.
  • Free W-Fi.
  • Luxury condos with contemporary rustic decor.
  • Riverfront picnic and BBQ area
  • Located along the Gatlinburg Golf Course.
  • 0.5 miles from the Dixie Stampede.
  • 3.6 miles from Dollywood.
  • Daily housekeeping not available.
  • Minimum check-in age 21.
  • Indoor pool open 24/7.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Barbecue Grill(s)
  • Children's Pool
  • DVD Players Available
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Game Room
  • Golf Course Adjacent
  • Guest Laundry
  • Health Spa/Massage
  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Pool
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Keyless Room Locks
  • Lazy River
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outside Corridors
  • Picnic Area
  • Playground
  • Pool Table/Billards
  • Sun Deck
  • Wedding Services
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from RiverStone Resort and Spa
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 10:00am
RiverStone Resort is truly the ideal place to stay while visiting Pigeon Forge. Pamper yourself at the Day Spa with the latest massage therapy, skin care along with hand and foot treatments or relax in the Sauna and Whirlpool. Stay healthy with our state of the art fitness center and our indoor/outdoor pool complex. Enjoy the outdoors by trout fishing and picnicking under the trees by the cascading Little Pigeon River. Kids will have a blast sliding into our lazy river pool, playing billiards and air hockey in our game room or swinging on the playground.

Please note this property does not provide daily housekeeping.

Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Reviews

Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer
Marmet, WV
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
August, 2016
Our stay at Riverstone Resort was PERFECT! Check in was fast and the staff very friendly. Our condo was beautifully decorated and most important CLEAN. The kitchen was stocked with everything we needed. The patio overlooking the golf course was beautiful. We loved the lazy river and pool. I just wish we had not planned so many other activities during our stay so we could have enjoyed Riverstone Resort more. I can not wait to return to Riverstone Resort!

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Freda B
Nashville, Tennessee
"Wonderful Condo"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 21, 2016 NEW
Riverstone is always a wonderful destination for me, whether I am with my family or with friends. I just completed a very relaxing stay there with a friend. This is a perfect location to experience many attractions, great food, and mountain beauty. If my grandchildren are with me they love the lazy river. The spa is a great place to be pampered.
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
"Perfect location for traveling around Pigeon Forge"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 20, 2016 NEW
8 adults shared a four bedroom condo. Each room had a king sized bed and it's own bathroom. The kitchen is open and made cooking for 8 easy. The patio overlooked the golf course and we made full use of the swimming pool and lazy river. We were able to access the Pigeon Forge Trolley just steps away from the parking lot. I would recommend using the trolley to go to Dollywood, Gatlinburg and travel up and down the parkway. The common areas are clean and well maintained. The front desk employees were so friendly and helpful. She suggested I come back and get my photo of the decorated lobby at sunset. She was right.
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Tim W
Johnson City, Tennessee
"Take the good with the bad"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 16, 2016 NEW
I've been stuck on this review for nearly a month. My wife and I stayed at RiverStone back in late August 2016. I had several problems with the unit we stayed in, but didn't know if it was fair to post it on RiverStone since it was an individually-owned unit. Admittedly, the "bad" parts don't seem as bad now. I'll first say, if you're going to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg and plan on staying in only one of the cities/towns the whole time, make sure you know which you prefer. My wife and I have both lived in East Tennessee for most of our lives. Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg were yearly vacations for both of our families dating back to our earliest memories. That was the first mistake we made. We didn't realize how much we preferred Gatlinburg to Pigeon Forge. Here's a few of the problems we ran into: The unit we stayed in had a jacuzzi tub in it, but it was in the bathroom. Our unit was just a 1 BR/1 BA. Prior to even booking this trip, I ruptured my Achilles Tendon and had a scheduled surgery on it in early September. It was near impossible for me to get into the shower since the jacuzzi tub WAS the shower too. To make it more of a problem, it was a royal pain to get out of since I had to step out of the tub with one leg while dragging my injured leg behind me without slipping. And it's not as if I'm an out of shape person. I was in Pigeon Forge for a baseball tournament at Cal Ripken Experience as a special guest for my years as a baseball player. Which I only retired from two years ago. Maybe it's my fault or my wife's for not noticing how high the tub was in the pictures. But it gets worse either way. The exhaust fan in the bathroom didn't work at all. So, if either of us used the jacuzzi, there was nowhere for the steam to go to. This caused water to gather on the walls and floors, which furthered the slipping problem. There's a few more problems. The excess steam/water/dampness in the bathroom had caused what looked to be early mildew/mold on the bathroom/shower wall. There also had been previous damage as the bathroom wall had a large patched area on it that hadn't been painted over. Maybe these are minor complaints, but I would call them annoyances. I don't like paying a relatively high price for something to be greeted by problems I've heard lesser-priced hotels having. Now for some positive: We loved the layout, the bedroom, the dining room/living room/kitchen. I spent most of my time in the bed asleep. The bed was very comfortable. The pillows were terrible, but I had brought my own pillow. It was a very hot weekend, but the bedroom had a large ceiling fan and three air registers. We just closed the doors from room to room and had a very nice, cool (temperature), relaxing bedroom. Then a little more negative. I honestly have no idea where their spa was. This is a much larger resort than I realized. The indoor pool was across from our room as indicated by the advertisement for the room we stayed in, but we were on the fourth floor. Right across translated to "take the elevator down to ground level. Walk around and out of the parking garage, then across the street to get to the indoor pool". That's not "right across from". The lazy river was a good 15 minute walk for us. Keeping in mind, I had a torn Achilles. The other thing I will touch on is it's advertised as being walking distance from the parkway. It might be, but the closest things you can walk to are Dixie Stampede and Food City (grocery store). I would estimate those to be a 15-30 minute walk. Maybe I'm again being too harsh. I'm more used to staying in downtown Gatlinburg where you walk out of your hotel and you're right in the middle of everything. I also don't mean to lower the rating on RiverStone since my problems were mostly just with our unit, but it is still in RiverStone so I felt like it should be reviewed as so. Which is how I'll end this review. I would go back to RiverStone, but I would only do so if we got a unit directly from RiverStone.
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Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
"Fall Break"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 15, 2016 NEW
We absolutely loved it! Beautiful condo! Fantastic view! Nicely appointed! Comfortable beds! Wonderful spa, pool and lazy river with water falls. Can't say enough nice things about RiverStone. We loved watching the golfers. We will be back!
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Indianapolis, Indiana
"Clean, kid friendly, well kept, seasonal decorated...lots of extras"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 15, 2016 NEW
We stayed 2 nights. They were kind enough to accept when we left our second cabin of the week due to safety and cleanliness issues. For Kids: they have A LAZY RIVER! It is almost as big as a full on water park setup. It is Olympic Pool sized in length and width for sure. Their indoor, heated pool also has a kiddie pool and a large hot tub. Fun! The rooms are well thought out. We had a 3 bedroom, 2 bath suite. (wish we had 3 baths) The color schemes are rich and vibrant. The place was clean and the kitchen (beautiful) was well stocked with anything a person would need for a live in. The living and dining room room area had a full 6 person dining table/chair. A full couch, full table and love seat were nestled around a fireplace. The sliding door walked out onto a patio (fenced for security on the ground floor) and had a full chair/table setup too. The place is nice, worth the money spent.
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Frequently Asked Questions about RiverStone Resort and Spa

How many rooms are available at the RiverStone Resort?
The RiverStone Resort in Pigeon Forge has 124 rooms.

How many different buildings comprise your “units”?
The RiverStone Resort has a total of four buildings.

How many floors constitute your property?
The RiverStone Resort has a total of six floors.

How many adjoining rooms are available at RiverStone Resort?
Adjoining rooms are not available at this resort.

Do you have a restaurant on-site? A lounge, café or gift shop?
The RiverStone Resort does not have a restaurant or lounge located on property.

Do you have a minimum age required for check-in?
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check-in at the RiverStone Resort in Pigeon Forge.

Does the RiverStone Resort charge any fees?
Yes.  The resort charges a one-cleaning fee that is collected upon check-in.  They are as follows: 1 bedroom - $44.90; 2 bedroom - $67.35; 3 bedroom - $78.57; 4 bedroom - $106.60. Please note daily housekeeping services are not available.

What are the pool hours at RiverStone Resort?
The indoor pool is open 24 hours a day. The outdoor lazy river is open 9am-9pm, April-September.

Is late check-in available?
Yes. Guests may check-in at any time.

Is the RiverStone Resort located on a trolley stop?
No, but they are about one block away from a trolley stop.