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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), the Grove Park Inn... Full review →
Featuring mountain vistas, lots of fresh air and views of the Asheville skyline, this resort redefines the meaning of southern comfort. Full review →
Built in 1913, this titanic arts-and-crafts-style stone lodge clings to the side of the mountain like the castle of a goblin king.
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 →
In a curvaceous and iconic fieldstone structure, this 1913 hotel may have been built from snake-oil profits but it is one of the few deluxe retreats that remain from that era. Done in... Full review →