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Black Fox Lodge in Pigeon Forge Celebrates Grand Opening

Black Fox Lodge in Pigeon Forge Celebrates Grand Opening

Chartwell Hospitality LLC opened of their first Independent Hotel – Black Fox Lodge in Pigeon Forge on Tuesday.

The property features 178 guest rooms & suites, panoramic river and mountain views with crisp linens, high-quality amenities and luxurious finishes. All rooms include a complimentary full breakfast daily. Its full service restaurant and bar–The Fox Den–has a one-of-a-kind 12’ pizza oven barrel. The Black Fox Ballroom highlights stunning floor-to-ceiling windows that are perfect for corporate or social events. The handcrafted, natural stone and beam lodge features two welcoming fireplaces, seating areas and a community table. The hotel’s outdoor space includes a stone deck, fire pit, barbecue area and a heated resort style pool with a waterslide and fountain.

“We are thrilled to have our first independent hotel opening in the Pigeon Forge market. The local hospitality community has been one of the most welcoming markets we’ve entered. It is truly southern hospitality at its finest,” stated Rob Schaedle, president of Chartwell Hospitality.

Black Fox Lodge is located at 3171 Parkway in Pigeon Forge, in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and conveniently situated along the greenway within walking distance to the LeConte Center and The Ripken Experience. The hotel is only 47 miles from Knoxville’s McGhee Tyson Airport and 7 miles from Gatlinburg. Family friendly attractions in the area include music venues, magic shows, dinner theaters and outlet malls.

The property is owned by CHPF Hotel Partners LLC and will be operated by Chartwell Hospitality. The hotel was developed by Chartwell Hospitality, designed by Bounds & Gillespie and built by McMurtry Construction.

For more information, please visit or for reservations call 865-774-4000.

Photo: Pigeon Forge Mayor David Wear helps cut the ribbon at the Black Fox Lodge grand opening on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017.

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