Where to Stay in Asheville NC
This is week 3 of our “Asheville Favorites Series” focusing on Where to Stay in Asheville. Today I’m sharing my favorite Asheville NC Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts, so you can better plan your visit this fall!
Upon request, over the last few weeks I’ve shared my favorite places to eat and things to do in my hometown of Asheville, North Carolina.
As a local in this mountain hot-spot for leaf seeking and culinary adventures, I feel like I’m definitely in-the-know on planning an Asheville Getaway.
If I were visiting this fall, I would pick one of these Asheville NC hotels… or bed and breakfasts.
Hotel Indigo – A towering modern hotel with views in every direction. Right on the edge of downtown, close to the Grove Arcade.
ALoft – A newer hotels with sleek modern flair. Conveniently located downtown.
Hyatt Place Asheville – Fresh and modern lodging with mountain views galore!
The Lofts at 16 Church – Looking to rent a luxurious condo downtown Asheville? This is the place.
Haywood Park Hotel – A classic Asheville hotel, with a long-standing history of excellence.
Bed & Breakfasts
Asheville is full of cozy romantic bed and breakfasts. Take a look and see which one suits you best.
1900 Inn on Montford – Just north of downtown in Montford. Raving reviews.
The Lion & the Rose – North of downtown in Montford, with lush gardens all around.
Crooked Oak Mountain Inn – Tucked in the trees with beautiful mountain views.
Cedar Crest Inn – Old world charm at it’s best!
Albemarel Inn – A local favorite for weekend stay-cations.
1889 WhiteGate Inn & Cottage – ANother local favorite for in-town pampering. The rooms and gardens are sublime.
Applewood Manor – Light airy rooms and lots of charm. Just north of downtown in Montford.
Beaufort House – Accommodations include all sorts of little touches.
Chestnut Street Inn – Quaint and close to downtown.
Around Town Favorites
These Asheville NC hotels may not be right downtown, but they offer a lot of appeal to make your trip extra special!
Inn on Biltmore Estate – This is one of the primo places to stay in Asheville with access to all the activities on the Biltmore Estate.
Grand Bohemian Hotel – Just outside the Biltmore Estate, this cozy boutique hotel offers mountain elegance, fine dining, and is conveniently located in Biltmore Village.
Grove Park Inn – Best known for it’s breath-taking views and world-class spa. The Grove Park Golf Course is pretty spectacular as well!
The Residents at Biltmore – Looking for condo rentals? These condos get rave reviews, with a full kitchen and beautiful pool area.
Homewood Suites by Hilton – New, clean, and right on Tunnel Road for easy access to everything!
On a tight budget? Try one of these economy hotels. They offer the biggest bang for the buck, and are great for large families.
For more help planning your Asheville Getaway, visit ExploreAsheville.com, the official Asheville tourism site.
Thanks for this list of places to stay! It will come in handy next time I visit Asheville
I love how you show off your town, Sommer. Such a variety of choices, perfect for any visitor!
We stay in Black Mountain and also the Downtown Inn and Suites….Do not turn noses up at Downtown Inn….yes, I know it picked on… yes, it is old, but it is clean, safe, affordable and SOOOO convenient ! We never had a bad night there.
Love visiting Asheville – hope to be able to stay in one of the ‘posh’ places someday!
I’m loving these posts! If I ever come to Asheville, I’ll be a pro ;)
I’d love to stay in that pink B&B for fun but I know my husband would prefer the modern places more. I had not idea how many great places there were to stay in Asheville – great series of posts Sommer!
Love this guide (and series) you put together!
I used to live in Wrightsville Beach and have been to Asheville (12+ yrs or so ago now..time flies) It has really come along and what a gorgeous post this is!
They all look amazing!
all these places look so cozy! i would have a hard time picking!
Nice!! I must make a trip there :)
This is awesome, Sommer!
Great guide Sommer! Those B&B’s are SO CUTE!!!
Great guide!! A good place to rest your head is SO important for a fun trip.
Great ideas Sommer! I just stayed at the Grand Bohemian and posted some pictures on my blog. I thought it was a fantastic hotel!