Very clean, updated rooms. Easy access from 95. Easy access to many gas stations and restaurants.
We sent our Son and pregnant girlfriend to this hotel for 4 days just prior to the snow storm that hit Asheville on Saturday Dec 8th. The hotel staff was excellent in accomodating our family and helping us to adjust to the baby's arrival schedule and the weather! The baby was delivered in Asheville ...
I asked for a nonsmoking room. The room I was given smelled like a stale ashtray.
We had a chirping smoke detector, they moved us to another room, and let us know in the morning they had tracked down the issue. Excellent, considerate, service.
Outside of property in horrible condition. Room was barely ok. Telephone did not work. Front door when closed and locked has 1/4 inch open gap which would allow insects inside.. would never stay in this facility again.
It's a nice room with simple access to food, shopping, and Duke Medical.
The staff was extremely friendly, especially for my almost midnight checkin.
Hotel was ok, but it needs some remodeling to keep it up to date.
The room was your standard room. The air conditioner worked and the room had sufficient security locks. There is no elevator but it’s only a 2-story building. Breakfast was minimal and the shuttle service was a little behind. I had TSA Pre Check so I had no problems getting to my gate. The only suggestion ...
Check in was great. I needed to change my length of stay and they were very accommodating
Folks say the Tar Heel State offers "a terrain for every traveler and a story at every stop." Visit North Carolina, and you'll find that statement is pretty accurate! From oceanfront North Carolina resorts to cheap Charlotte hotels, you'll discover myriad places to stay and plenty of appealing activities.
North Carolina comprises three distinct regions. The western 20 percent of the state, the Mountain region, is in the Appalachian Mountains. Discover the charming city of Asheville, situated on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway. The jewel of this city is the historic Biltmore Estate (you can easily spend an entire day here.) In Asheville, also find some of the most luxurious hotels in North Carolina. Other notable stops in the region include Morganton (featuring wineries and the Pisgah National Forest) and Lake Lure (Chimney Rock offers a 75-mile view).
The Piedmont region in the middle of the state is home to the state's biggest cities. Visit the Billy Graham Library or the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte (home to the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League). In Greensboro, don't miss the Science Center, the Children's Museum, and the Historical Museum. Soak up the history of Old Salem's village and historical demonstrations in Winston-Salem. In Raleigh-Durham, enjoy art and science museums, botanic gardens, and all you would expect in a major urban hub.
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