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Asheville, NC: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find the perfect hotel in Asheville using our hotel guide provided below. Search for the cheapest discounted hotel and motel rates in or near Asheville, NC for your upcoming personal or group trip. We list the best Asheville, North Carolina hotel and motel rooms. Browse the Asheville area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Asheville hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Asheville Group Hotel Deals or Check out the best Asheville meeting hotels

The Asheville center is around the area of Memorial Mission Hospital and the area of Mission St. Joseph's Health System.

Asheville, North Carolina is often regarded as the hippest city in the South thanks to a plethora of culture, arts, craft breweries, and trendy restaurants. What makes this even more special is that you don't often see these sorts of attractions in a city of Asheville's small size. Asheville only has about 83,000 people and ranks as just the 11th largest city in the state. However, no matter where you stay in Asheville, you're bound to find a spot right in the thick of things. More from this guide...

Asheville Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Princess Anne Hotel in Asheville 301 East Chestnut St., Asheville, NC 28801
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast is offered
From$147
Excellent 5.0 /5Hotel Reviews Call
Aloft Asheville Downtown 51 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, NC 28801
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 115 rooms
From$199
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews Call
Haywood Park Hotel - Asheville
+1-800-997-5148
1 Battery Park Ave., Asheville, NC 28801
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Gym is available on property
From$125
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score Call
Hyatt Place Asheville Downtown 199 Haywood St., Asheville, NC 28801
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 140 rooms in hotel
From$149
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews Call
Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown in Asheville 151 Haywood St., Asheville, NC 28801
  • Four star Downtown property
  • Check in time: 4:00 pm
From$155
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews Call
Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville
+1-800-881-1523
11 Boston Way, Asheville, NC 28803
  • High end Downtown property
  • 7 meeting rooms in property
From$139
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews Call
Country Inn & Suites Asheville Westgate 22 Westgate Pkwy., Asheville, NC 28806
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 4 floors in property
From$101
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews Call
Doubletree Biltmore 115 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, NC 28803
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Fitness center on property
From$113
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score Call
Country Inn & Suites Asheville Downtown Biltmore in Asheville 199 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 19 suites
Hampton Inn Tunnel Road
+1-800-997-5148
204 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • 5 floors in hotel
Homewood Suites by Hilton Asheville
+1-888-690-5247
88 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Free comp. breakfast
From$119
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews Call
Hill House Bed & Breakfast - Asheville 120 Hillside St., Asheville, NC 28801
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 10 rooms
From$105
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews Call
The Omni Grove Park Inn 290 Macon Ave., Asheville, NC 28804
  • 4-star Resort property
  • Hotel has 12 suites
From$229
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews Call
Hampton Inn Biltmore Square - Asheville
+1-800-997-5149
1 Rocky Ridge Rd., Asheville, NC 28806
  • Midscale Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 5 floors
Country Inn & Suites Biltmore Square
+1-888-690-5281
845 Brevard Rd., Asheville, NC 28806
  • 3 star Mountain hotel
  • 57 sleeping rooms in hotel
Country Inn & Suites Asheville West (Biltmore) in Asheville 1914 Old Haywood Rd., Asheville, NC 28806
  • Affordable Mountain hotel
  • Free breakfast
Sleep Inn West - Asheville
+1-800-997-5148
1918 Old Haywood Rd., Asheville, NC 28806
  • Two star Suburban property
  • Fitness + Health Center
Holiday Inn Biltmore East - Asheville
+1-888-690-5247
1450 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • Midscale Suburban property
  • 4 meeting rooms in hotel
Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park 43 Town Sq. Blvd., Asheville, NC 28803
  • Expensive Airport property
  • Check in: 3:00 PM
From$125
Very Good 4.5 /5Read Reviews Call
Residence Inn Biltmore 701 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, NC 28803
  • Affordable hotel
  • Hotel has 4 floors
From$106
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Renaissance Asheville Hotel - Asheville 31 Woodfin St., Asheville, NC 28801
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
From$139
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Courtyard by Marriott
+1-888-690-5281
1 Buckstone Place, Asheville, NC 28805
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • 3 suites in property
Super 8 Asheville Biltmore : 180 Tunnel Rd.
+1-800-230-4134
180 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • 2-star Downtown property
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
Holiday Inn & Suites Asheville Downtown : 42 Tunnel Rd. 42 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • 3 conference rooms in property
Best Western Asheville Biltmore East 501 Tunnel Rd., Asheville, NC 28805
  • 2-star Mountain property
  • Check-in: 4:00pm
From$63
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score Call
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The beginning of Asheville is somewhat shrouded in mystery, as Native American populations called it home for over 1,000 years. Since that time, it's been inhabited by Spanish, French, and English explorers. It wasn't until 1784 that a permanent settlement began near the mouth of Bee Tree Creek. After the Civil War, Asheville developed rapidly, and it still contains many historical homes, including the Biltmore Estate, which is the largest private residence in the United States.

Today, Asheville is one of the most visited and recognized tourist destinations in North Carolina, thanks to a bevy of awards bestowed upon the city. Some of these titles include "The Hippie Capital of the South, one of the "Nine Most Romantic Cities in the South, one of "America's Best Beer Cities," and one of the "Top 25 Small Cities for Art." Regardless of the reason for your visit, you'll want to find the hotel that puts you close to the action.

When to Visit Asheville, NC

Depending on what you want to do, there are many ideal times to visit Asheville. During the summer months, the city can get hot during the day, but the mornings and evenings are mild. One of the best parts of visiting during the summer is that there are tons of music, art, and food festivals. This time of year is one of the hardest times to find a hotel, mainly because there's so much going on in Asheville. Therefore, it's important to grab up a hotel room early to ensure you get the hotel of your choice.

In the early spring, the climate is much milder, yet there's a moderate likelihood of snow due to the elevation. By April and May, the chance of snow becomes almost non-existent as the temperatures warm. If you want to explore the city in relative peace, this is the perfect time of year to head out on your adventure.

The onset of fall begins in mid-September. This is perhaps the most glorious time of the year in Asheville. During this time, the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains change colors, sporting red, yellow, auburn, and virtually every other fall hue you can dream about. This is also the time of year that has the least chance of rain, meaning any stroll through town or excursion in the mountains has little chance of being interrupted by a downpour.

If you're into winter sports such as skiing or snowboarding, then it's imperative that you visit Asheville between December and March. At this time of the year, the Blue Ridge Mountains provide ample ski resorts for all budgets and all skill levels. If you plan on going to the area around the Christmas holiday, make certain that you book a hotel or vacation resort well in advance. Sometimes, you may get a steal on a hotel room and ski pass and avoid crowds by going to Asheville in March, as up to a foot of snow has been known to fall late in the season

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Asheville, NC:

seasonality of hotel rates in Asheville

Asheville, NC: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below we've posted 3 graphs illustrating avg. nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Asheville, NC. Browse these illustrations to determine the most cost effective seasons to book in Asheville for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Asheville, NC

4 Star Average Prices: $193.71

If you're looking for a romantic getaway, a pampered vacation, or you just love to splurge every so often, the greater Asheville area has some exceptional options. The most boutique choice is the Omni Grove Park Inn. It's on the outskirts of town, but it's still only a 3-mile drive from downtown Asheville and just 25 minutes from the airport. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, it's perfect for either an urban or outdoor vacation. In your room, you'll enjoy an LCD television, complimentary Wi-Fi, massages, body treatments, and facials. You can also hit the links at their on-site golf course. For local meals, there's a coffeehouse and four restaurants on the grounds.

For a relaxing stay downtown, book your getaway at the Windsor Boutique Hotel. Built in 1907, this hotel features 14 luxury suites with varying themes. Each has a full kitchen, living room, and private bedroom. However, what makes the experience truly unique is that each bit of decor was hand-picked from local craftsmen or straight from Paris.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Asheville

Budget Hotel Options in Asheville, North Carolina

3 Star Average Prices: $126.72

Even when it's tourist season in Asheville, finding a hotel isn't as hard as you may think. Econo Lodge Biltmore is located in close proximity to many of Asheville's main attractions including the Asheville Art Museum, the Asheville Mall, the Biltmore Estate, the Innsbruck Mall, and Memorial Stadium. When you're winding down from your day of exploration, you'll enjoy amenities such as free parking, free Wi-Fi, free newspapers, and a full spread for breakfast.

If you don't mind about a five-minute drive into town, the Ramada Inn in Asheville Southeast is a brilliant option, especially during the summer. You can enjoy the outdoor pool or hot tub, or if you're looking to sneak in a workout, there's also a fitness center. In addition, there's complimentary Wi-Fi access, a cozy lobby with a real fireplace, and shopping options on-site. When selecting your room, you can choose from one king bed, one queen bed, or two double beds.

Once you're freshened up and ready to go, the Ramada Inn is near several popular attractions including the Western North Carolina Nature Center, the Biltmore Estate, the Blue Ridge Recreation Park, and Asheville's Fun Depot, which has go-karts, an arcade, miniature golf, laser tag, and a climbing wall.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Asheville

2 Star Average Prices: $77.51

2 Star Hotel Prices in Asheville

Asheville: Real Discounts

Knowing where you want to stay in Asheville gives you a remarkable advantage thanks to generous discounts from many local hotels and national chains. For example, the Four Points by Sheraton in downtown Asheville offers variable AAA discounts throughout the year with proof of AAA membership. At this hotel, you'll find a downstairs bar and lounge, fitness facilities, free Wi-Fi, free parking, free newspapers, limo or shuttle service for a fee, and a safe-deposit box at the front desk.

Another option for discounted rooms is at the Haywood Park Hotel, located conveniently in the heart of Asheville's Art District. They offer Senior/AARP discounts that vary in value throughout the year. Here, you'll find some great amenities such as a bar and lounge, dry cleaning and laundry service, free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, a sauna, a hair salon, and a restaurant.

Best Value Options in Asheville, NC

While Asheville offers plenty of low-cost and luxury options, there are also many midrange hotels that provide the best bang for your buck. When you book your stay at Crowne Plaza Resort Asheville, you'll find yourself only minutes away from Asheville Treetops Adventure Park, Hazel Robinson Amphitheater, as well as the Biltmore Estate and several local wineries. In addition, you're only about 2 miles from downtown Asheville. Each room comes with complimentary Wi-Fi, fitness facilities, free newspapers, an indoor pool, children's pool, indoor tennis courts, a picnic area, and a restaurant on-site.

For a value hotel that's close to everything, consider the Hotel Indigo in downtown Asheville. At the Hotel Indigo, you'll enjoy either city or mountain views, and many of the rooms are adorned with art from local painters. Other amenities include a concierge service, express check-in and check-out, valet parking, and a restaurant. When you're ready to hit the town, this hotel is close to many bars and restaurants, and it's just a few steps to the famous Basilica of St. Lawrence, the Grove Arcade, and U.S. Cellular Center.

Top Asheville, North Carolina Destinations

The premier place to visit in Asheville is the legendary Biltmore Estate. Located on an 8,000-acre plot of land, the Biltmore Estate was finished in 1895 with a whopping 179,000 square feet of space. The estate is now open to the public, and it will give you an indication of just how much money the Vanderbilt family made during the Industrial Revolution.

Due to its massive size, the Biltmore Estate is an exhausting daylong trek, meaning you'll need some food and libations after your visit. One of the best places to stop afterward is the New Belgium Brewing Company, which functions as a microbrewery, yet their beers are distributed nationwide. Here, you can enter the tasting room to taste some of their premium concoctions straight out of the vat, such as the famous Fat Tire Amber Ale. They also have seasonal IPAs, pilsners, lagers, and stouts.

When the evening finally springs upon you, don't forget to check out some of the music venues which feature both national and local acts. The Orange Peel immediately comes to mind when you think of classic venues in Asheville, and the stage has been graced by artists such as the Black Keys and Bob Dylan. With seating for up to 1,000 and two fully stocked bars, you simply must visit the place that Rolling Stone voted one of the top five music venues in the country.

Whether you're looking to party down or just spend a pleasant evening in Asheville, make sure you find the perfect hotel to fit your budget, location, and style.

Recent traveler reviews of Asheville, NC

Below are reviews of the city of Asheville, NC from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Downtown Area"
Score 5.0 / 5

The downtown area was great. The wedding party loved going to the different breweries. Everyone loved the town and the atmosphere.

Patricia G., from 19-Oct-2015
"Fun Trip"
Score 5.0 / 5

The Biltmore Estate was wonderful to visit.

Karen N., from 28-Sep-2015
"Charming"
Score 5.0 / 5

We came to Asheville because my choir was in a concert. What we did see as we rode on the bus was a beautiful & charming city nestled between mountains. We will return.

Mary P., from 20-Jul-2015
"Amazing Food and Mountain Views"
Score 5.0 / 5

The French Broad Coop and the mountains were great.

Debra B., from 30-Jan-2015
"Great Food Choices"
Score 4.0 / 5

There are great restaurants in the area.

Katrina H., from 23-Sep-2014
"A Must Visit"
Score 5.0 / 5

Loved Asheville! I would like to go and stay longer! Very quaint!

Tami F., from 08-Aug-2014
"Peaceful Setting"
Score 5.0 / 5

Asheville is a nice place. The weather was very nice for early August.

William R B., from 02-Aug-2014
"River Arts District"
Score 4.0 / 5

The new River Arts District is facinating! Loved Gray line tours as always. The Basilica of St Lawrence was beautiful but a man inside was rather rude. Always love Asheville!

Susan U., from 30-Jun-2014
"Love Asheville"
Score 4.0 / 5

Love Asheville -

Marina M., from 29-Jun-2014
"A big fan."
Score 4.0 / 5

Love Asheville! Inexpensive, accessible, interesting people.

Barbara M., from 27-May-2014
"Location very convenient"
Score 5.0 / 5

Walking city, fine restaurants, friendly people, and of course Biltmore Estate. Location very convenient to all.

Patricia W., from 01-Dec-2013
"Everyone is nice"
Score 5.0 / 5

Beautiful and everyone is nice:)

Betsy B., from 19-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Asheville, NC shown above is 4.7 out of 5 based on 12 reviews
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