In-Room Dining NOW AVAILABLE at the Resort

Exciting new offerings continue to roll out at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa, and next up on the menu – in-room dining! From breakfast on-the-go to all-day dining, there is no need to leave your room as you call the Song & Hearth extension, order your meal, and get the relaxation or convenience you’re looking for.

Placed right in the middle of the Great Smoky Mountains, it is only fitting that the southern staples are fixed up for you to enjoy in the comfort of your room. From 7 to 11 a.m., you can order from the bakery, or purchase breakfast sandwiches as you get ready for your day at Dollywood. For those looking for a healthier choice, the menu includes assorted fruits, yogurts, and muffins.

Guests searching for a meal from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. can check out the all-day dining menu, where no taste bud is forgotten. In fact, lunch is made easy for those who return to the room for nap time. Ordering for the whole family? The in-room dining menu even provides a Family Pizza Night option in which each member of the family can share pizza, wings, and Coca-Cola drinks, as well as the memories they are creating.

Looking to conclude your park-filled day with something sweet? Song & Hearth has two great options. Try the Chocolate Lava Cake or “Mason Jar” Banana Pudding for desserts you won’t regret. And for those 21 and older, adult beverages are also available.

Waiting in line is a thing of the past with the new in-room dining experience, and here at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa, we are here to make your vacation all the more enjoyable—down to the very last bite!

By | 2018-07-13T16:10:05+00:00 July 13th, 2018|Lodging|0 Comments

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Growing up in East Tennessee, Dollywood has been a major part of Brayden’s life for as long as she can remember. Now, Brayden is thrilled to see her life come full circle from a young child spending weekends in the park to interning in her dream role with the company. Pursuing a degree in Public Relations at the University of Tennessee, Brayden has one year until she begins ‘real life.’ After graduation, she hopes to continue working in entertainment, most specifically for a theme park! Outside of her love for Dollywood, Brayden spends her time cheering on the Vols at basketball games, visiting her family back home, and volunteering at church. She loves to live a fun and adventurous life, hoping that her personality translates to the blogs as well!
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