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8 expert recommendations
If you find yourself in Asheville, NC (and you should, as AFAR's recent feature pointed out - there's a lot to love in Asheville); stay at The Grove Park Inn. Full review →
The area's premier large resort, an imposing granite edifice celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2013, has grand views of downtown Asheville and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Full review →
A masterpiece of American Craftsman style architecture (for those who can't picture that, it looks very much like the grandest of the U.S. National Park Lodges). Full review →
Pamper yourself in a mountain setting. Full review →
This titanic arts-and-crafts-style historic stone lodge beckons a bygone era of Americana mountain glamor and, with its hale-and-hearty look, sets a tone for adventure. Full review →
Set on 140 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the historic hotel has been a haven for celebrities including F. Scott Fitzgerald and Franklin D. Roosevelt-since its 1913 opening.
The Grove Park Inn is geared toward luxury travelers and has the price tag to prove it, along with expensive meals and valet parking. Full review →
Adding to its allure, the hotel has a challenging 18-hole golf course and the relatively new spa puts world-class pampering within arm's reach of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Full review →