5 Ways to Save Money at Our Condos for Rent in Gatlinburg Downtown

Taking a vacation in Gatlinburg doesn’t have to be expensive! Park Place on the River offers a great selection of affordable 2 and 3 bedroom condos for rent in Gatlinburg downtown. Here are five ways to save money when you stay with us:

1. Walk to Downtown Gatlinburg

Since our condos are situated in a perfect location with free guest parking, you can simply walk to the many attractions in downtown Gatlinburg. As a result, you can save on gas and parking costs, not to mention the hassle of dealing with the traffic on the Parkway!

2. Prepare Your Own Meals

All condo units at Park Place on the River feature fully equipped kitchens where you can prepare your own meals. Stock up on groceries at one of our local stores and save big by not dining out three times a day. Even if you eat just one meal a day in your condo, you will be surprised at how much money you are able to save.

3. Enjoy the Amenities at Your Condo

Park Place on the River isn’t simply a place to sleep for the night! In addition to our comfortable accommodations, we offer a variety of great amenities to enjoy as part of your trip. Save money by staying in for the afternoon or evening and taking advantage of our outdoor swimming pool, outdoor hot tub, and exercise room, as well as high speed internet access in all rooms.

4. Make It a Group Vacation

Since our condos feature 2 or 3 bedrooms, you can make your trip a multi-family vacation or a getaway with friends! There is plenty of room for everyone to spread out, and by sharing the cost of the condo, everyone enjoys the benefit of saving money. As a result, you will have more cash to spend on other parts of your Gatlinburg vacation.

5. Check Out Our Specials

Park Place on the River offers a variety of great deals throughout the year, including last minute Gatlinburg condo specials. Be sure to inquire about our latest promotions before you book one of our condos for rent in Gatlinburg downtown!

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.