My hotel room with one queen-size bed cost $449 per night, not including taxes and fees. I also added a one-day Dollywood theme park ticket to my reservation for $95.In total, my two-night stay at Dollywood's DreamMore Resort cost $1,102.31.When I arrived at the DreamMore Resort, the front desk had my Dollywood ticket waiting for me. Since I booked my park admission through the hotel, I also got free access to the hotel's Dollywood shuttle and a complimentary TimeSaver pass to skip long lines.The shuttle dropped me off right at the park entrance, and the driver provided some helpful tips along the way, like the fact that we could get free ice water at any concession stand.After the fireworks and drone show that closes out summer nights at Dollywood, the shuttle picked me up in the same convenient spot. I was exhausted after spending all day on my feet, and loved that I didn't have to make the long trek back to the parking lot.The singer played Dolly Parton songs, but also sang Disney songs like Let It Go from Frozen.In keeping with Parton's iconic style, the instruments were bedazzled with rhinestones and decorated with butterflies.Also on the agenda: craft kits to-go and complimentary pink lemonade.Baked fresh daily, the pull-apart cinnamon loaves are soaked in butter and cinnamon-sugar before baking. Each one comes with dipping sauces of buttercream icing and apple butter.It's such an iconic treat that Dollywood gift shops even sell t-shirts that read I'm just here for the cinnamon bread.At Dollywood, the cinnamon bread is sold at The Grist Mill in the Craftman's Valley area and the Spotlight Bakery on Showstreet, but the wait can be long. The lines at the DreamMore Resort's Starbucks are much shorter.Among the gift shop's offerings were mugs with Parton quotes and t-shirts with her face on them.A chestnut Dream Box displayed in a glass case contains a recording of My Place In History, a song Parton wrote to be released on her 100th birthday in 2046.Parton wrote My Place In History in 2015, the year that she opened the DreamMore Resort. She recorded the song on a CD and included a CD player in the chestnut box as well.The glass case also features a piece of wood from the front porch of Parton's childhood home in Sevierville, Tennessee, where she grew up singing with her 11 siblings.Parton has released almost 90 albums since the beginning of her music career in the 1960s.The walls outside the elevators featured Parton quotes such as If you want the rainbow you gotta put up with the rain, Leave something good in every day, and My weaknesses have always been food and men, in that order.Parton, who wrote a song called Love is Like a Butterfly, often features butterflies in her outfits and staging.The lampshades featured the word Dream, and a butterfly accent blanket on the bed encouraged me to Put wings on your dreams.I didn't notice the mini fridge right away since it was located in a cabinet of the entertainment center.The desk also came with a small coffee machine.The hotel is located about 12 miles from the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.While the Dollywood theme park doesn't serve alcohol, the DreamMore Resort offers poolside drinks through its on-site restaurant, Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery.I took my pink lemonade out to the hotel's back porch overlooking the pool.After my charming stay in a Dolly Parton-themed RV the night before, I enjoyed the creature comforts of the DreamMore Resort. Its idyllic mountain scenery, Southern hospitality, and family-friendly entertainment all felt true to Parton's brand, and I loved finding little tributes to her music career all over the hotel. Plus, the convenience of the hotel shuttle and free TimeSaver passes made visiting Dollywood a breeze.