The Historic Central Hotel was built in the late 1800s on the public square in Sevierville, TN. In 1923, the Hotel was destroyed by a fire but was rebuilt in 1938. President Roosevelt often stayed at the hotel in the ’40s. During his trip in 1941, he dedicated the Great Smoky Mountains as a National Park. Today it is America’s most visited National Park.
The Historic Central Hotel, part of the Hotel Collection family, is a smaller luxury boutique hotel with 16 fully furnished rooms ranging from 2 to 3 bedroom units. Other amenities include a private pool, onsite gym access, rooftop bar, plus two eating establishments on the ground floor. You can see a full list of amenities here.
During the ’60s, the hotel was converted to a bank to service the growing downtown business landscape. Today the hotel brings back the charm of its original state with large resort-style accommodations and all the amenities you would expect from a New Hotel Collection property.
Check out their website at www.newhotelcollection.com.
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