Asheville, NC Hotels
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Asheville is in western North Carolina, situated between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The area is known for its outdoor beauty, museums, and thriving arts scene. Luckily, there are plenty of cheap places to stay in Asheville, such as Motel 6 and Super 8.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Asheville, NC

Points of Interest
Asheville Art Museum
Days Inn Asheville/Mall
Days Inn Asheville/Mall
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3.4
201 Tunnel Road I-40 & Hwy 240, Asheville
from $64
Hampton Inn Asheville-Tunnel Rd.
Hampton Inn Asheville-Tunnel Rd.
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4.5
204 Tunnel Rd, Asheville
from $118
Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown
Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown
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4.4
151 Haywood Street, Asheville
from $189
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, at Asheville Outlet Mall
from $100
Baymont Inn & Suites Asheville/Biltmore
Baymont Inn & Suites Asheville/Biltmore
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4.1
204 Hendersonville Rd, Asheville
from $84
The Omni Grove Park Inn
The Omni Grove Park Inn
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4.5
290 Macon Avenue, Asheville
from $199
Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Asheville W. Biltmore Estate
from $85
DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville - Biltmore
DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville - Biltmore
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4.3
115 Hendersonville Road, Asheville
from $143
Aloft Asheville Downtown
Aloft Asheville Downtown
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4.4
51 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville
from $179
Red Roof Inn Asheville West
Red Roof Inn Asheville West
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3.9
16 Crowell Road, Asheville
from $59
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Best Time to Visit Asheville

Plenty of visitors come to Asheville in the first few weeks of October to view the magnificent leaf colors. In fact, because of over 100 species of deciduous trees, the area is known for having some of the most beautiful fall colors in the country. However, since so many people come to view the leaves at that time, hotels raise their rates. If you must travel here in the fall, be ready to pay more for a hotel room.

If you want to visit Asheville to take in the history and art scene, summer is a nice time to come. The weather is warm, so outdoor activities are enjoyable, and hotel rooms aren't as expensive as they are in the fall. In fact, if you're looking for hotel deals in Asheville, Best Western of Asheville Biltmore East offers great prices in the summer.

Flying Into Asheville

The Asheville Regional Airport serves the city and surrounding area. Three of the airlines that fly into this airport are US Airways, Delta, and United. The airport offers non-stop flights to nine U.S. cities, including Atlanta, New York, and Philadelphia. However, if you're looking for cheap flights into Asheville, the larger Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is a better option. Once you fly into this airport, you can rent a car there, and enjoy the scenic hour and a half drive to Asheville.

Cheap Transportation Around Asheville

Downtown Asheville offers bus service through Asheville Transit. Part of the downtown area has a fare-free zone that includes many restaurants, shops, and attractions. Here, you can take any bus in the system at no charge. However, these buses only run Monday through Saturday, and have very few stops outside of the downtown area. If you want to do any extensive touring of the area surrounding Asheville, including traveling on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, renting a car is the best way to go. All the major airports that serve the Ashville area have on-site car rental agencies.

Exploring Asheville

Perhaps the most popular attraction in Asheville is Biltmore Estate. The 250-room mansion, which takes up almost four acres, is the largest privately owned house in the country. Here, you can take a guided or self-guided tour of the rooms as you marvel at the art and architecture. Outside, meticulously designed gardens are perfect for a romantic stroll. The Biltmore Estate Winery offers tastings and guided tours. Also included in the 8,000 acres that make up the estate is Antler Hill Village. There, you can dine, shop, and enjoy live entertainment.

If you're interested in taking a vacation in the mountains of North Carolina, Asheville is a place where you can enjoy art, history, and the outdoors. Log on to Hipmunk.com to find the best deals for your trip.

Staying Near Biltmore Estate

If you want to find cheap places to stay in Asheville near Biltmore Estate, Doubletree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore is just minutes away, and Sleep Inn Biltmore is another good option. When you're not exploring Asheville, you can relax in the indoor pool and spa tub at Doubletree. At Sleep Inn Biltmore, you can access free wireless Internet and premium cable television in your room. Plus, in the morning, there's a complimentary breakfast buffet to get your day started right.

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