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“Culture is the arts elevated to a set of beliefs.” Novelist Thomas Wolfe may not have been directly referring to his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina, when he offered this commentary nearly a century ago. However, whether through powerful foresight or daft luck, the beautiful small city near the Blue Ridge Mountains has grown to fulfill Wolfe’s vision. Following their passions, individuals craft simple resources into what can best be described as genuine works of art. A musician strums six strings complemented by their voice and pours out a tender verse that touches an emotional chord. Brewers combine basic grains and water to create a one-of-a-kind refreshing craft beer. Adventurous chefs refine local produce into a mouthwatering meal. Sidewalk buskers entertain passersby with little more than wit, talent, and a few rudimentary props. Sewn into a backdrop of Appalachian beauty and stitched together with four seasons of scenic wonder, these forms of Asheville art are a part of the city’s culture quilt.

In another Wolfe quote that unintentionally and more aptly describes Asheville, he claimed, “One belongs to New York instantly. One belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years.” With a charming melody, a sip of ale, a forkful of food, and street performer’s slight-of-hand, five minutes is all it takes to fall for Asheville too. Let Travelocity to help with your Asheville lodging needs. We make an art out of finding you great deals on hotels in Asheville so you can focus on finding local culture.

Where Are the Best Places to Stay in Asheville?

When you are deciding where to stay in Asheville, consider what you want to do once you get there. Whether you want to indulge in the inclusion-culture that is on par with Austin, Texas, and Portland, Oregon, walk in the footsteps of American royalty, or take a spin on one of the nation’s most picturesque stretches of roadway, you’ll have no trouble finding an amazing Ashville neighborhood. Here are some of the more popular places around town and a hotel option or two for each.

Downtown

Downtown Asheville is a vibrant entertainment district with inventive eateries, independent boutiques, and inviting brewpubs. Old mills now house bustling art studios, toe-tapping sounds spill out onto the streets from live music venues, and impromptu drum circles pop up with participants from all genres and all walks of life.

  • Renaissance Asheville Hotel: Luxurious amenities like indoor saline pool, LCD flat screen televisions, and dramatic city or mountain views only begin to describe this unique hotel. As a nod to North Carolina’s literary tradition, the Writer’s Bistro dishes out local farm-to-table fare three meals a day. And if you hear a buzz while you are walking around the property, chances are it’s from the 70,000 honeybees that live in the hotel’s rooftop beehives.
  • The Omni Grove Park Inn: Chase par on the same course that was once played by President Obama on the grounds of this distinguished resort just north of downtown. One of the best Asheville hotels, guests enjoy custom bedding, a spa-like bathroom, and sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Fend off hunger at one of the dozen on-site restaurants including the upscale Vue 1913 and “inventive” Edison Craft Ales + Kitchen.

Blue Ridge Parkway

Running from the Great Smoky Mountains to Shenandoah National Park, the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway is technically the longest park in the country and passes through the area just east of Ashville. Make sure to bring your camera along for one of the most scenic afternoon drives of your life.

  • Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, Tunnel Rd: After a long day behind the wheel, enjoy a few laps in the heated pool, an invigorating jog in the fitness room, or a soothing session in the whirlpool tub. Guestrooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen television, and modern décor.

Biltmore

Constructed by the industrialist Vanderbilt family in 1888, the Biltmore is the quintessential American castle. With over 5 acres of floor space, the 250-room extravagance is the largest single-family home in the U.S.

  • Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, at Asheville Outlet Mall: Spend a day on the 130,000-acre Biltmore property or shop with the business savvy of a Vanderbilt at the adjacent outlet mall. Enjoy free Wi-Fi in your guestroom, a free cookie in the lobby, and free breakfast every morning. Borrow a book from the on-site library and get lost in its pages by the seasonal outdoor pool.

Let Travelocity help you book your stay in Bee City, USA. You can choose from a wide selection of cheap hotels near Asheville, upscale rooms downtown, and luxurious resorts throughout the city. Use the money you save to sample the local artistry that is the foundation for Asheville’s astounding culture.

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