LeConte Sunrise ($230/night)

Awe-inspiring Gatlinburg Honeymoon Lodging

"WOW" is the most common exclamation when someone walks into the Leconte Sunrise suite. They are immediately drawn to the glass wall in the over-sized, cathedral-ceiling bathroom. The panoramic vista gives you a bird's eye view of the changing moods and whims of the Great Smoky Mountains. From ruby red sunrises and wisps of "smoke" to fluffy white clouds and maybe even snowflakes, you will see it all from your two-person whirlpool tub. An aromatherapy treatment completes the whirlpool experience.


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Leconte Sunrise is the perfect Gatlinburg lodging backdrop for a honeymoon hideaway. Let the sun gently coax you awake from the comfort of your king-sized, four-poster bed with its custom-made mattress. Look for the delicate inlaid woods on each piece of your bedroom suite, especially made for you in East Tennessee. Or, go to sleep watching the flickering flames of your fireplace. Enjoy the quiet serenity of the Great Smoky Mountains from your private balcony anytime-day or night. What better place than your own tree-top getaway for your honeymoon or anniversary! To complete your experience, you will find robes in your bath and luggage racks in your closet. An in-room refrigerator with soft drinks and bottled water means you will not have to leave you Gatlinburg cocoon until the smells of a three-course gourmet breakfast coax you from your suite.

Take a virtual tour of the Leconte Sunrise suite and bathroom.

Room Amenities

Click here for the list of amenites that are provided with all of our rooms.

  • Over-sized bath with:
      • Cathedral ceiling

      • Glass wall on view side

      • Two-person, whirlpool tub

      • Double sinks

    • Candles
  • King-sized four-poster-bed
  • Recliner
  • Fire place
  • Private balcony
  • Wet bar
Room Tour

May the glory of the Lord endure forever; may the Lord rejoice in his works. He who looks at the earth, and it trembles, who touches the mountains, and they smoke.

Psalm 104: 31-32