“First Guests Of Cloudland” Offers Unique Opportunity To Introduce Guests To Area’s Newest Luxury Hotel

  • Monday, February 19, 2024

As the Cloudland Hotel prepares to welcome guests to the only mountaintop luxury hotel in Georgia, a special invitation is being offered during the month of March. An introductory rate of $199 weekday rate and $249 weekend rate is being made available through the hotel’s “First Guests of Cloudland offering. The 245-room hotel is perched along the ledge of Lookout Mountain overlooking McLemore Cove and in the distance Pigeon Mountain.

The latest Curio Collection by Hilton property also offers diverse restaurant offerings to enjoy. The Pocket Café provides coffee, tea and breakfast options while Croft provides simple fresh food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For a more upscale experience, Auld Alliance will offer a cliff-edge dining experience when it opens later this spring. Many who have visited McLemore have enjoyed The Creag’s elevated comfort food that is inspired by southern Appalachian roots. The restaurant continues to draw McLemore members and guests alike to their seasonal offerings.

As warmer weather approaches, guests will have the experience of literally ‘floating among the clouds’ in the hotel’s infinity pool that overlooks McLemore Cove. Access to the outdoors, whether within the gates of McLemore or beyond, is endless, with scenic hikes, rock climbing, road cycling, hang gliding and more just minutes from Cloudland.

Hotel general manager Mike Burton said, “We are excited to make this special offering available to the first guests of Cloudland. As we open our doors, we know that first impressions lead to lasting ones. We’re committed to providing a hotel experience that can only be found at Cloundland.”

To reserve space, visit First Guests of Cloudland or call 888 391-1148.

Lucky Seven - Tennessee Aquarium Hatches Record-Setting Clutch Of Critically Endangered Turtles
  • 3/21/2024

Like many Southeast Asian turtles, life in the wild is decidedly difficult for the critically endangered Arakan Forest Turtle. Rampant habitat destruction has reduced the range for this forest-dwelling ... more

What's New And Happening This Spring In Tennessee
  • 3/19/2024

Pastel blooms sprinkle scenic views, new music festivals pump up the rhythm, and experiences like night moon hikes, art installations, food fests, rooftop parties and unique places to stay excite ... more

  • 3/10/2024

test more