304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park has all the comforts, customer service and cleanliness you’d expect from the brand. We would describe the lobby as welcoming, with a traditional style and neutral palette. Guests can purchase discounted tickets to Biltmore, America’s largest home and Asheville’s largest attraction, through a QR code shared at the front desk.
The standard king we toured on the sixth floor had a beautiful mountain view. Guests can order room service from the full menu at the on-site restaurant, Fork Lore.
The hotel staff says its 10 balcony rooms are the most requested room type. While these rooms have less seating on the inside (one chair instead of a sofa), we found the fresh mountain air and two outdoor seats to be a more-than-fair trade-off.
The three king deluxe suites on the fourth floor are super spacious at 820 square feet with a completely closed-off bedroom. The living room has a pullout sofa, a wet bar and an extra half bath.
A standout feature of the king deluxe suite is the relaxing mountain view from the large soaking tub in the bathroom. Bathrooms in all room types offer bulk-style amenities from Crabtree & Evelyn.
On-site restaurant Fork Lore serves modern comfort food with a Southern flair for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You’ll see ingredients on the menu sourced from favorite local purveyors, such as Hickory Nut Gap Farm and Sunburst Trout Farm. Several popular Asheville restaurants have opened second (and third) locations in this area and are right outside your door, like Luella’s Bar-B-Que and Nine Mile.
The indoor pool and hot tub on the lower level are immaculate and provide plenty of deck space. Fresh towels can be found on shelves in the corner. Doors lead out to the hotel terrace.
A little marketplace called Suite Shop right off the lobby offers 24/7 access to snacks and refreshments. You can brew up your own latte, cappuccino or hot cocoa at the complimentary coffee bar located inside the shop. Sundries include a nice selection of locally sourced snacks and souvenirs.
Sensibilities is the hotel’s on-site, full-service spa, which is open to guests and the public. We are a fan of their 5 Elements Facial, perfect for hydrating skin in the dry mountain air. When you book a Cause for Celebration package, 10% of the cost goes to the Asheville Humane Society.
Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park has one full-time dedicated meeting space on its lobby level, known as the Board Room. Two larger meeting spaces, named Pisgah and Mitchell after two of the area’s iconic mountains, are also located on the main level with flexible layout plans for any event.
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