Asheville, NC
North Carolina
By Christine M. Soltis

Whether you come to take a tour of esteemed author Thomas Wolfe’s hometown or if you want to celebrate summer by visiting one of the oldest folk music celebrations in the nation, Asheville, North Carolina is full of the surprises you seek.  As the largest city on the western side of North Carolina, Asheville is known as a hub for artists, shopping, dining and constant downtown festivities.  From the funky soul of bluegrass roots to the old architecture of the buildings, Asheville, North Carolina is truly a unique destination. 

With the help of, we can get you there with just a few clicks of the mouse.  When traveling to Asheville, North Carolina the primary airport for this destination is known as Asheville Regional Airport (AVL). Cheap flights can be quickly located by following the included link ( can help you book your trip to the state, while listing choices for hotel accommodations as well. lists a variety of easily searchable hotels at the following link (

Home of The Blue Ridge Mountains, of old-style 1920-1930’s architecture, of one of the largest par-six golf fairways, nine waterfalls and much, much more, Asheville, NC is truly a place to see.  If your first step in Asheville, North Carolina is a tour of famous author Thomas Wolfe’s childhood home, recommends a visit to the Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site.  This preserved site is where Wolfe wrote his 1929 work, “Look Homeward Angel.”  Once you finish up there, you may want to visit his final resting place in the Riverside Cemetery, located just by the Montford Historic District.  Historic Montford is a great place to stay.

Annually, Asheville holds The Mountain Dance and Folk Festival, which celebrates the indigenous roots of the folk and bluegrass music style of the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains.  Known as the oldest festival of its type in the country, performers entertain the crowd while competing for prize money.  Downtown Asheville frequently holds a number of events and is known for its vibrancy.  Besides festivals, there are arts venues and more, which are well worthy of a visit. recommends seeing the historic architecture of Grove Arcade for shopping in this pedestrian-friendly city.  For museums, recommends Pack Place Education, Arts and Science Center, which is a pack of museums all in one place.  Another arts hub is called Asheville Downtown Gallery Association, featuring thirty galleries to view.  While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the funkiness of the block on Lexington Avenue. recommends a search of local events as there is always much to do.     

Once you have had enough of museums and arts and are looking for something outdoorsy, visit Great Smoky Mountains Park, which is just about 50 miles from Asheville.  The park offers more than 500,000 acres of land and boasts a black bear population of 400-600.  When you are finished at the park, take some time to visit one of the nine waterfalls of the state’s eleven.  All nine waterfalls are located in Asheville alone and recommends a visit to these beautiful sights.  Whitewater Falls alone stands at an impressive high of 411 feet.  If you want to see a natural waterslide though, visit Sliding Rock, which is located just off U.S. 276.  Many areas around Asheville allot the ability for hiking trails, mountain biking, white water rafting and more while enjoying the Eastern United States’ highest scenic peaks. 

Asheville, North Carolina dining goes beyond its roots of Southern-style barbecue and cooking.  There is a wide variety of menu choices offered downtown, from the home style to the exotic.  Some restaurants serve ostrich, black-eyes peacakes, sushi, Island quesadillas and more.  In many restaurants, jazz and blue grass music entertainment lays host to your evening, making dinner into a great night outing. recommends a search of all local options for any new and established bars or restaurants.

Named one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Asheville, North Carolina could be your next undiscovered treasure of a destination.


  • 1. Smith-McDowell Museum
  • 2. WNC Nature Center
  • 3. Asheville Art Museum
  • 4. Thomas Wolfe Memorial
  • 5. Asheville Historic Trolley
  • 6. Asheville Pack Square Park
  • 7. Black Mountain College Museum
  • 8. North Carolina Homespun Museum
  • 9. North Carolina Arboretum
  • 10 Asheville Community Theatre


  • 1. Fire on the Mountain Blacksmith Festival - April
  • 2. Lake Eden Arts Festival - May
  • 3. Montford Arts & Music Festival - May
  • 4. Sourwood Festival - August
  • 5. Asheville Food & Wine Festival - August
  • 6. Annual Smokey Mountain Folk Festival - September
  • 7. Asheville International Film Festival - September
  • 8. Moogfest - October
  • 9. Asheville Antiques Fair - November
  • 10. Dickens Christmas in the Village - December


Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
43 Town Square Boulevard, Asheville, NC
By Melissa Carty

Impressive! Like the Blue Ridge Mountains that envelop the city, the Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park Hotel also rises to take its place in the awe inspiring skyline.  Located in the Biltmore Park Town Square and minutes from the Biltmore Estate, this award winning hotel offers more than just a good night’s sleep.. Complimentary shuttle service is provided to and from the Asheville Regional Airport, just three miles away.  Also easily accessible from the Blue Ridge Parkway and NC Highway 26, the hotel supplies ample garage parking, porter and concierge service, and for a small fee, valet and laundry service.  Check-in begins at 3 p.m., however if you arrive early and want to begin exploring Asheville, the hotel will securely store your luggage.  As an AAA Four Diamond and LEED Silver Certified hotel, this staff is committed to providing a top-notch experience for their guests, whether visiting for family vacation, wedding, or business.  This landmark is a combination of southern hospitality and modern elegance.

One hundred sixty-five rooms and suites provide modern luxury to guests.  Whether you prefer a King size bed or 2 Queen Size beds, the Hilton Serenity Collection® boasts comfort from the 250-thread count sheets to the Touch of Down® pillows.  Relax while watching the 37 inch TV, enjoy free internet connection or just listen to your own playlist by connecting your MP3 to the alarm clock radio.  Every room also has those comforts of home, like a mini-fridge, coffee maker, and iron.  It’s just what you expect to find when you stay at a Hilton.

With amenities like this, you may just decide to order in room service.  However, a gourmet meal is available in the Roux restaurant from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.  Their chefs take advantage of local farms to whip up southern comfort food in a fresh and simple way.  Off the lobby is the Roux’s uber chic lounge, open until midnight.  The Roux is just one of the many ways this hotel turns an ordinary event into a special occasion.

Whether you visit Asheville for the art and music of the mountains, the history and grandeur of the Biltmore Estate, or the economic opportunities of a thriving city, find out now why the Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park Hotel is an experience unto itself. Click here to start your search for low pricing with (  


Aloft Asheville
51 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC
By Scott Barker

Nestled in the Land of the Sky, Asheville, North Carolina, the Asheville Aloft carries you to new heights, boasting rooms with a Blue Ridge Mountain view and a rooftop deck and pool. Located 23 miles from the Asheville Regional Airport, the Aloft Ashville is in the center of everything.  To get from the airport to the hotel travelers can take a taxi or hire a car service, both of which are available 24 hours per day. The hotel offers parking for a small fee if you drive a rental or bring your own.  Check-in is at 3 p.m.  An ATM is available in the hotel lobby and a business center is open for guests day and night.  Travelling with children?  The hotel provides a special goodie bag for kids and a kid-size air mattress with character covers to help them feel at home and kick off their stay with a fun-focused welcome.

The toughest thing you may have to do is decide if you want a mountain view or city view room.  Mountain View rooms afford views of spectacular sunsets over the Blue Ridge, while city view rooms offer glimpses of the activities of Biltmore Ave and downtown Asheville.  For travelers wanting to take full advantage of the hotel pool, Cabana rooms with private outdoor cabana seating is available with direct access to the pool and dog walk.  

Room amenities include free wireless Internet access, coffee maker, mini-refrigerator, and a 42-inch flat screen TV.  When not in the room there’s the roof pool and deck, as well as the fitness center. There’s also occasional live entertainment in the hotel club along with local artwork, light food, as well as beer from local breweries.

Asheville’s attractions are nearby as well, with the Civic Center just a half-mile away and the Art Museum less than a quarter-mile from the hotel.  If you crave adventure, 25 different trails to some of the highest mountain peaks east of the Mississippi are near Asheville.  Many outdoor adventures await the thrill-seeking traveler.

Grab a quick breakfast at the Aloft’s in-house breakfast bar, serving daily.  Checkout time is 12 noon, which will come too soon at your temporary home at the hotel in the Land of the Sky.  

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Four Points by Sheraton Asheville
22 Woodfin Street, Asheville, NC
By Tekisha Slack

Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown offers the convenience of a great downtown location while being nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains. Slip into your Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed and watch an in-room movie on the 32" LCD flat screen TV. Sample one of the many beers offered with the Sheraton’s Best Brews(SM) or catch up on some reading over a hot & fresh cup of Seattle’s Best Coffee. For animal lovers, the Sheraton offer pet-friendly rooms for a fee. At Four Points by Sheraton, even the breathing is easy. As part of the Sheraton’s focus on Simple Pleasures(SM), this hotel is 100% smoke-free. Giving you one less thing to worry about when you travel.

Stay as fit or relaxed as you like with your choice of activities around the hotel. Swim laps in the heated indoor/outdoor pool or keep fit in a thorough workout at the hotel’s complimentary Fitness Center or with a little Poolside Volleyball. Afterward, you can unwind on the sundeck or in the hotel’s whirlpool. Feel like getting out and exploring. The Sheraton will also provide guests free passes to the local YMCA, which is just one block away. Business travelers will appreciate the free Wi-Fi with printing options to an onsite business center. Step out the Sheraton’s front door and into a unique world of shops, restaurants, art galleries, and more.

Comfort. Food. Put them together and you get a great meal. For dining options, enjoy a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Chophouse Restaurant. The Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown is also in close proximity to many other great restaurants and bars.

Sample Simple Pleasures on your next visit to Asheville; book your accommodations at Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown today. Use just click on the link to get started (


Homewood Suites by Hilton Asheville-Tunnel Road
88 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC
By Richard Twaddell

Located off I-240 at Exit 6, is where you will find the Asheville Tunnel Road luxury hotel. This beautiful Asheville hotel is located in the enchanting mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, just minutes from the world famous Biltmore Estate. No need to hurry as check-in is 3 p.m. As our guest you are welcome to enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast seven days a week, also available Monday through Thursday is a reception with complimentary food and beverage service.

Accommodations within the suites allow you to feel like you are at home. The suites are spacious, with your choice of studios, one and two-bedroom suites. There are separate living and sleeping areas. There is a full size refrigerator, two-burner stove, dishwasher, and microwave in each unit. You can work, study or entertain just as if you were at home. Also included are two remote control TVs, two phones with voice mail, and high-speed internet. One bedroom and studio suites come with a king size bed and may be smoking or non smoking. There is also a choice of two queen size beds in a one bedroom suite, along with the choice of having a whirlpool in your room.  If you happen to be traveling with children, the hotel offers children’s video rental and children activities. Cribs and high chairs are also available upon request.

The business center offers faxing, printing, complimentary printing service, photo copying service, audio and visual equipment for rent, and meeting rooms for your convenience. Use the hotels coin operated laundry or you may use the laundry/valet service. There is a fitness room so that you may continue with your regular workouts or just relax in the pool that is available.

Make yourself at home in Asheville and easily enjoy all the city has to offer by booking your room at Homewood Suites by Hilton, Asheville (