We thought about going there while we were in the area. The website described rates starting at $199/night for the dates we wanted. HOWEVER, once we looked, they pricing started at $800+. Ridiculous, particularly because of the website. They are deceptive and this should be investigated!
Best hotel we've ever stayed in! The Inn on Biltmore Estate is where you get first-class treatment and get a taste of how the Vanderbilts would have traveled, but you do pay for it. We called a couple of times on the road and let them know we were on the way and wouldn't get there until 10 or 11 at night just to make sure our room wasn't sold to someone else, which I guess you should do with any hotel. Once you're there, you don't need to drive anywhere because the shuttle will take you to the house and the winery, but if you prefer to drive yourself you won't have to worry about DUI checkpoints when you're coming back from dinner, since you're on private property. The valet parked my car and I didn't pick it up again until I checked out 3 days later—and he left chilled bottled water for us in the cupholders for the ride home! When we missed the shuttle from the Biltmore House to the inn, a staff member took us to the inn in his pickup truck so that we could be at our spa appointment on time! You don't get that kind of service elsewhere. Our couples massage at the spa was great but a little overpriced in my opinion compared to other spas I've been to. You don't have to leave the property if you're willing to pay for meals in the various restaurants. The breakfast buffet is bountiful and the servers are attentive. The hotel bar is only open until midnight but has a decent late night menu if you're peckish. We had the finest (and most expensive) dinner of our lives in the main dining room with an excellent server. I'd recommend the bistro near the winery as a more affordable eatery with excellent food. Our room was attractive, very clean, quiet, and comfortable. Basically, nothing went wrong during our stay, thanks to the hotel's superb management and high standards. I could easily stay there for a week and not get tired of it, if I could afford it!
Visited the estate. Loved everything about it. Will return. Not only was the estate a great experience, the local Hampton Inn (which was recommended by the Biltmore) was terrific. Not everyone can affort to stay at the property hotel. The Ashville Welcome Center hooked us up with a deal on our hotel and then routed us to AAA for discount tix's to the Mansion. The town it total hospitality and wants tourism to flourish not only at the Biltmore but in the surrounding business establishments. I live near Niagara Falls and can tell you tourism is not living there! The folks of Ashville do their town proud. The Biltmore is total first class from the mansion to the stables (gift shops) to the Winery and even in winter the view was spectacular. If you are traveling anywhere within driving or flying distance don't miss this place. A+++++++++++++++
Everything was great, from the service to the room, amenities, and views. However, to eat there is EXTREMELY expensive. $55+ for breakfast for 2 adults and 1 child!!! Could have ate at Shoney's or Denny's for much less. Best to eat your meals at one of the local restaurants. The quality of the food (and we ate at several restaurants -at the Inn and on the Estate) does not justify the price. In the Inn's Library Dining area, a child's hamburger and 2 sandwiches with tea were $47!! Ridiculous. The Inn itself is quite pricey for the rooms too. Only way I can ever afford to go again is to win another trip. We won this one and were very appreciative of the opportunity. Wished we were able to stay another day though. All in all, we had a wonderful time.
My husband and I spent the first weekend in September at the Inn while attending various wedding activities on the estate. We and our close friends were next door to each other in lovely rooms with spectacular views. We especially enjoyed sitting on the veranda each evening and reheashing the events of the day.
The service was impeccable and the surroundings sumptious and comfortable. Many delights abounded such as the art work, the flowers, the gardens, and the polite and attentive staff. My only complaint was the bed rocked everytime my husband moved.
All in all, a wonderful experience which we hope to repeat in the near future.
my husband and i spent the past week end at the inn. it was our first visit and by no means our last. from the time we drove up until we left we received wonderful service by the staff. the room was very nice. the bathroom large. the beds soooo!! Comfortable. the food was excellent from breakfast to the barbecue at river bend. the view from the long porch where we sat in rockers and enjoyed drinks was wonderful. just the most relaxing place. went to two great outdoor concerts at the biltmore house. the inn provided shuttles which was very nice. i would recommend the inn at biltmore estate to anyone.
I just loved everything. I am a native of the state of North Carolina and grew up not too far from the Biltmore Estate. I just came up for a little rest and relaxation and decided to spend the night in Asheville at the Inn and I have been pleasantly surprised. It is a beautiful property with the backdrop of the Parkway and the Mansion right behind you. You should really enjoy this with that special someone. If not just go and enjoy it. I never fully appreciated the beauty of this area until this evening. I am truly surprised. It is funny the things that you take for granted as a child.
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