Days Inn Biltmore East

1435 Tunnel Road, I-40 & US 70 East, Asheville, North Carolina, 28805, United States
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Marriott Hotels - which is best location?

by mmyerspa

I am planning a trip to Asheville, and will be using Marriott points for my hotel. So...I can use the Fairfield, Springhill, Marriott, Renaissance, or Courtyard hotels. There are several in the area...can someone give me background regarding which is the best location (safe, close to attractions)? Also, if you can give insight into which is a nice hotel, that would be great, too.

Residence Inn 701 Biltmore Avenue
Courtyard One Buckstone Place
Springhill Two Buckstone Place
Renaissance 31 Woodfin Street
Fairfield 11 Rocky Ridge Road
Fairfield 31 Airport Park Road, Fletcher
Fairfield 568 Painttown Road, Cherokee

Re: Marriott Hotels - which is best location?

by osoeno

I suggest the Renaissance. Its an older property, maybe 25 years by now, but its downtown near a lot of different and good restaurants.Downtown Asheville is safe and fun and the parking situation at the hotel is good. I find the traffic in Biltmore annoying and sometimes downright snarly, but you will have to deal with it at least once to see the Biltmore House, which of course is an absolute must.

The countryside around Cherokee is beautiful and there is a casino if that interests you but you would be more than 1 1/2 hours away from downtown or the airport. Enjoy!

Re: Marriott Hotels - which is best location?

by riorich55

I won't be using my Marriott points while we are in Asheville in a couple of weeks, but maybe we will run into each other.

Travel Tips for Asheville

the soft curves of these ancient mountains...

by americanwildchild

Driving into the Appalacians is such a treat from ANY direction. I remember the first time I rode through the Blue Ridge I was on a Greyhound, moving to Key West and we stopped in Asheville for a few minutes. The sun was just coming up over the mountains, and without the leaves on the trees (it was December) the slopes of the mountains were a fire red. Very Beautiful!

Since that Greyhound ride, I have repeatedly come back to this unique place. Spring in the Apps is a must-see. Purple rhodendrons light up the mountainsides and fogs and mists swirl through the valleys after spring rains. It smells so fresh and is good for the skin up there!

Energetic and laid back all at once . . .

by acemj

Asheville has a great spirit and lots of things going on. For such a relatively small town, there is an amazing artistic spirit. This lady was standing on the street painting a bistro where I was having lunch. I noticed that she was standing and practicing her very solitary art by herself, focused and serious. It reminded me of many artists in Paris or other European cities. But then a few minutes later, a couple walked by and said hello and it became obvious that the artist knew them well. Her face brightened and she stopped what she was doing and they talked as old friends and I was reminded that this is the South, where things are slower and people take time to enjoy each others' company.

Appalachian folk music

by matcrazy1

There are music perfomances for visitors in the Historic Horse Barn of the Biltmore Estate, They take plays everyday at 1, 2, 3, and 4 pm. I heard two passionate musicians playing on acoustic guitar and banjo - a stringed instrument of African origin. They sang lively American folk music also known as Americana. Well, it was not country music but what was called old-time music (more exactly Appalachian folk) and blugrass. It is an interesting mix of known to me Irish and Scottish folk with some African influence (banjo!). Some slower songs (ballads) sound similar to traditional country music. Do you remember famous Bonnie and Clyde movie and its blugrass songs?

Appalachian folk music is a distinctive genre of folk music developed in southern Appalachian including western North Carolina at the end of 19th century and in the beginning of 20th century. It is believed to have developed from traditional Scottish, English and Irish music brought to the United States by immigrants from those countries.


by KarenandCory

The view from Chimney Rock is amazing.

Chimney Rock Park is about 25 miles southeast of Asheville.
Follow I-240 East to Exit #9, Highway 74A East to Bat Cave. Take 74A to Chimney Rock Village, and the Park entrance is on the right.

Biltmore gifts, wine and more

by matcrazy1 about Carriage House

This pretty designed store is located in the Stable area next to the Biltmore House. It offers "Biltmore for your home" furnishings and accessories, videos, CDs, DVDs, Biltmore Estate wine, and more.

I liked some great historical books on the Biltmore Estate and Vanderbilt family as well as Biltmore Estate on DVD (over $20).

Biltmore wine (white, rose, red and sparkling) but you can't taste it at place. So, if you don't know which wine to choose go first to Biltmore winery to sample the wine in the tasting room. You can buy wine there as well. The price is the same but I saved 10% buying three bottles in the winery.

I paid about $9 per bottle of very good white Biltmore wine (Sauvignon Blanc) although some bottles cost over $20. You know, more expensive wine is not always better. I am not a wine connoisseur (yet!). Thus to have a good deal I always prefer to taste wine before puchase. CDs with classic American Christmas songs cost over $15. Generally this gift shop is expensive. T-shirts for adults went at a price of about $20 which is a robbery!


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Address: 1435 Tunnel Road, I-40 & US 70 East, Asheville, North Carolina, 28805, United States