"Good location, old school Gatlinburg"
I stayed here with my wife for a single Saturday night in June, as it was one of the least expensive decent-looking options available for a spur-of-the-moment weekend trip. Front desk reception was quick and easy, and they gladly offered a complimentary toothbrush since I forgot mine. We were on the third floor with a balcony on the front side of the hotel, facing the Episcopal church across the street.
It was an easy walk down to the main strip, where we ate at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., but there's also Chop House, The Melting Pot, Calhoun's, Five Guys, and too many others to name. Maybe 100 yards from the hotel is the Log Cabin Pancake house, which was a nice breakfast on Sunday morning before our trip to Clingman's dome. It's also a short walk to the tramway to Ober Gatlinburg.
Personally, one of the charms of Gatlinburg is the fact that the majority of the main downtown area was built in the 1960s & 70s, with the architecture of that time period, wood beams and paneling, etc. This hotel is in that category, but it's also been taken care of through the years, so the stay was pleasant.
Traveller from Murfreesboro, TN