Lodging & Housing & Hotels in Asheville, N.C.
Below is a short list of hotels and motels in the area. There are many others, so please check out http://www.exploreasheville.com/ for more choices.
Please note that the rates for many hotels and other accommodations in Asheville vary from season to season. Fall is a major tourist time, so please book ahead. The Extended Stay America and some of the B&Bs are very affordable. The following suggestions are only a few among many options — with many other chain motels and hotels available, along with everything else from luxurious B&Bs to rustic cottages and cabins.
Extended Stay America
6 Kenilworth Knoll (near downtown)
• Kitchen included, with equipment
• Recent updates to furnishings
Homewood Suites by Hilton
88 Tunnel Rd, Asheville (near downtown)
• Full Kitchen
Residence Inn – Asheville/Biltmore
Near intersection of Biltmore and Caledonia Rd. (south of downtown, near Biltmore Estate)
• Suites with kitchens
151 Haywood Street
• Downtown, convenient to walking streets with restaurants, shops and galleries
• Great views from some rooms
Haywood Park Hotel
Battery Park Avenue
• Expensive, but walk out the door into the heart of downtown Asheville
Courtyard by Marriott
1 Buckstone Place (near downtown)
• Mini-refrigerator; windows that open
Four Points by Sheraton
22 Woodfin Street
• Close to downtown, by I-240
1430 Tunnel Road (I-40, Exit 55;
Several miles east of downtown)
• Microwave and mini-refrigerators
Of course, there are many other hotels and
motels throughout Asheville.
B & Bs
AirBnB-Asheville: Some practical and reasonably priced accommodations. Most have 2 night minimum stay, some longer. Most do not provide breakfast but many have kitchens. Also, note that AirBnB charges a 13 % commission and some places add on other fees such as cleaning, so read everything carefully. Also AirBnB collects Asheville city hotel tax.