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Asheville Vacations

Asheville, North Carolina, is the best kept secret in the United States. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this East Coast city is known for its laidback vibes, abundance of craft breweries, and a vibrant art scene. Immerse yourself in the funky yet functional culture of North Carolina by reserving your Asheville vacation package today on Travelocity.

Top Hotels in Asheville

You’re not sure where to begin your hunt for accommodations to make the most of your vacation in Asheville. Not to worry, wise wanderer, as we’ve compiled a list of some of the greatest hotels to call the city home. However, you’ll have to venture downtown to see the abundance of street performers the city’s known for…or tip your bell hop extremely well in exchange for an impromptu tap dance…

  • The Omni Grove Park Inn: Situated near the Grove Park Country Club, the Omni Grove Park Inn fuses together Southern charm and modern comfort. Pamper yourself at the on-site spa or grab a glass of wine at one of the hotel’s bars or restaurants.
  • Renaissance Asheville Hotel: Just outside of downtown Asheville is the Renaissance Asheville Hotel, a Marriott property. With a cozy hotel bistro serving up delicious fare, an indoor pool, and comfy armchairs perfect for passing the day with a good book, the Renaissance Asheville will complement any travel occasion.
  • Aloft Asheville Downtown: Looking to stay in the heart of the city? Aloft Asheville Downtown is perfect for the traveler searching to get swept up in the music venues, bars, and restaurants of downtown Asheville. In addition to its ideal location, the hotel’s guest rooms offer bright, modern spaces. Not to mention the on-site WXYZ Bar which hosts local musicians regularly.
  • Crowne Plaza Resort Asheville: Residing on over 125 acres of North Carolina land, the Crowne Plaza Resort will immerse you in the natural beauty of Asheville. This hotel is an excellent selection for the adventurous traveler, as the grounds have tennis courts, a golf course, ziplining course, two pools, and trails for hiking, running, or mountain biking.

Major Attractions

Begin your Asheville getaway by getting in touch with the city’s outdoors-y side. The Blue Ridge Parkway sits atop the Southern Appalachians and provides some of the best hiking trails in the country. If you’re traveling with little ones on a family vacation in Asheville, or simply don’t have time to take in the scenery by foot, then pile into a rental car and drive to the top of Mount Mitchell State Park for a view from the highest peak east of the Mississippi.

Step back into urban life in downtown Asheville. The streets of downtown are lined with gourmet restaurants, quirky boutiques, and bookstores both vintage and contemporary. The city is known nationally for its vibrant music and arts scene, so don’t be surprised if you see dozens of grand marquees advertising local bands, or street performers banging on drums around the neighborhood.

Finish your cultured tour of downtown Asheville by visiting the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. The venue exhibits art that honors the college’s unique history and the impact that the institution has had on local artists.

Festivals and Events

No Asheville vacation is complete without sampling some local brews—and there’s no better time to do so than during Asheville Beer Week. If you find yourself in town during late May or early June, you’ll be able to sidle up next to some flannel-wearing locals and sip on pale ales and IPAs that will make your taste buds sing. In addition to tastings and special beers on tap around town, visitors will also enjoy special dinners paired with beer, and talks from members of the beer community.

The Asheville arts scene comes to a head in January during the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival. the performing art festival takes place in numerous venues throughout the city and lets artists express themselves through a variety of mediums to the local community. Since 2002, the annual event has challenged viewers to think about the difference between art and reality in a critical way, all the while providing entertainment for those lucky enough to attend.

Asheville package deals are as unique as the many craft beers available throughout the city. Enter your preferred travel dates and select the accommodation and transportation that’s right for you. With your travel arrangements handled, you can start figuring out what hiking shoes to bring along on your journey.

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Asheville?
Packages, which include flights and hotels in Asheville, are priced from as little as $321. Make your daydreams come true and book your dream trip with Travelocity today.
How long should my Asheville vacation be?
Your Asheville trip can be as short or as long as you like, but many travelers stay roughly 2 nights. Like to venture off the beaten path and uncover some lesser-known sights? Book a few more nights and see another side of this place.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Asheville?
For an amazing package deal to Asheville, nothing compares to Travelocity. Take your pick of 400 partner airlines and 665,000 worldwide properties to create the ideal adventure — the choice is all yours!
Why should I purchase my Asheville vacation bundle via Travelocity?
Nothing tops the satisfaction of knowing you’ve just picked up the best deal in town — that’s our Price Match Guarantee. Add to that our inspiring range of magical destinations and 24/7 team of customer service professionals and you’ve got the blueprint for a hassle-free vacation.
Will I save money on my Asheville car rental if I book it with hotels and flights?
Combining your flight, hotel and car into an Asheville vacation package is an easy way to score an amazing deal. Plus, having your own car rental gives you freedom to find your way to all those amazing sights you’d like to check out. Sitting 56 mi away from Asheville, Dollywood is one place that should be on your must-do list. Put together a driving playlist and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Asheville?
That all depends on whether you’d prefer to save money or visit Asheville when it’s in full swing. The quietest time to explore this part of the world is . If you want to experience this destination in peak season, consider . More interested in saving your hard-earned money? The most affordable month is . usually has the highest prices.
Which airport is best for Asheville?
There’s a very good chance you’ll be landing at Greenville, SC (GSP-Greenville-Spartanburg Intl.), situated 53 mi south of inner Asheville. Asheville, NC (AVL-Asheville Regional) (11 mi away from central Asheville) and Tri-Cities, TN (TRI-Tri-Cities Regional) (62 mi away from central Asheville) are your other choices.
What is there to do in Asheville?
There’s a certain magic as you stroll the streets of Asheville. Biltmore Estate and Asheville Mall are just a couple of attractions that make this city so popular, so put them on your to-do list.
Where should I stay when visiting Asheville?
You’ll hear travelers raving about Downtown Asheville. If you choose to kick-start your Asheville adventures here, take a look at the Downtown Inn and Suites (3.0 stars) and the Hyatt Place Asheville/Downtown (3.0 stars). Another great neighborhood to stay in is Kenilworth. Sought-after hotels here include The Residences at Biltmore (3.5 stars) and the Cedar Crest Inn (3.5 stars).

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