TN tourism officials looking for ways to increase visits
Though it is one of the largest industries in Tennessee, state officials are looking for ways to increase tourism in the Volunteer State.
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#1 Dec 3, 2011
For the past 20 years, my wife and I have visited the Smokies at least 7 times a year for 5 days at a time, until this year and we only made 3 very short trips. The gas prices was not that much of a problem, it was the very high prices for overnight stay.$85.00 to $125.00 a night for motel/hotel rooms or $150.00 a night for a cabin is over priced Cabins are normally dirty. I think the owners should check them on a regular basis. We recently stayed at the Graystone. First night was $90.00 and $59.95 the next two nights. What did I get extra the first night compared to the las two nights? The sink wouldn't hold water and couldn't be fixed. I stuffed a rag in the sink hole so I could shave. Dollywood entrance price, very over priced.$39.95 would be a fair price. We are loosing interest.
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