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Right across the street from The Island in Pigeon Forge, the Margari-
taville Island Hotel is slated to open Oct. 1 with 57 of its projected 132
rooms initially available.
"These will be rooms that overlook the Island Show Fountains," said
Director of Sales Mike McElroy. "The rest of our rooms will be avail-
able December 1st. We should be firing on all cylinders by the begin-
ning of the new year. The four-star amenities we offer for every unit in
the hotel include a flat screen TV, a stacked stone fireplace, wet bar, re-
frigerator, microwave, as well as a Margaritaville-style frozen concoc-
tion maker. We also feature private balconies, a rooftop pool and hot
tub, 24-hour security, valets and concierge."
McElroy added that the new property will have 4,500 to 5,000 square
feet of meeting space.
Other Pigeon Forge hotels include the 163-room Music Road Hotel
and the 140-room Music Road Inn, both adjacent to Music Road Con-
vention Center's 20,000 square feet of meeting space; the 206-room Hol-
iday Inn Pigeon Forge, which has a conference center attached that can
accommodate groups up to 1,000; the 128-room Inn on the River; and
many more similarly sized properties.
Also, Hard Rock Pigeon Forge Café opened this spring.
Pigeon Forge's Downey summed it all up. "We've got a lot of exciting
things going on in Pigeon Forge."
Hotel To Open