Ratings based on 131 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Chris from Charlotte, NC
Anniversary WeekendPosted Feb 28, 2014
Pros: Decor, Hotel Staff, Convenience to downtown and the Biltmore
Location: We had dinner at the Red Stag - great food. We also went to the Wayside Grill - again awesome and Cantina was the best of all three!
Took my wife for our Anniversary weekend and the hotel is amazing. They serve you with Champagne when you walk through the door. The room accomodations are just awesome, with my favorite part of the room being the shower - which is like a rain shower but it was a perfect blend of water capacity coupled with the temperature of the water - it was just plain awesome. My wife loved the decor of the hotel and we will stay here every time we come to Asheville. We just fell in love with it.
for Everyoneby traveler's from hendersonville
It was Valentines weekendPosted Feb 17, 2014
We decided at the last minute to go to Asheville. The town and food alone are worth the trip. The staff at the Grande Bohemian were fantastic and couldn't do enough for their guests. The room however, was not great. We paid over $400 a night and we could barely move in the room. It was not comfortable, at all. There were no tables nor an area to read or just relax. There was just a chair and the bed. The vanity in the bathroom was so small, hard to fit our things on it. They didn't even offer any complimentary waters. There were waters in the room, but the cost was $5.00 per water! Not impressed! The only way we will return, is if, we get a room much cheaper. The staff was so great, we would always enjoy the service! The hotel itself nothing special!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great WeekendPosted Feb 16, 2014
Loved the Grand Bohemian. Great staff, great room in the Manor House. Train was a nuisance the first night as there were quite a few that passed in the night, so didn't sleep very much that night. Second night was better-only had a 2 and they were spaced out during the night. If we stay again will ask for room further away from tracks ,but doubt that would make a much of a difference. Nice breakfast in a.m. but don't waste your $$$ for dinner. Much better quality would be found downtown for much better price.
for Everyoneby Big Joe from Hillsborough,NJ
Upscale Hunting Lodge ExperiencePosted Feb 13, 2014
Cons: Turn down showerhead water pressure,or made it adjustable.
Location: Asheville,NC Beautiful town,nice resturants and stores,plus a concert venue,which brought us into town to see a show by EmyLou Harris and Rodney Cr
We booked a room for one night,making our choice based on reviews from former guests who posted on Expedia. We were sorry that we could not have spent more time there,but had an appointment in Winston-Salem to attend. The staff were helpful and pleasant,from the people who parked cars to the workers we met while riding the elevators. The room was beautiful and very clean. The only negative was that the water pressure in the shower was too strong;actually stung the skin to stand under it. We would certainly go back again.
for Everyoneby cory from cs north carolina
Across from biltmore gate.Posted Feb 11, 2014
Lovely room and very nice restaurant on location. Didn't care for the $18 overnight parking. Still a great location.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
great Asheville- Biltmore Village propertyPosted Feb 11, 2014
Pros: The inviting fireplace and comfy chairs to enjoy hot apple cider!
Cons: Parking is expensive but the valets are very courteous and speedy.
Location: Convenient to not only the Biltmore House and gardens but Biltmore Village which has wonderful shops, and galleries.
Absolutely beautiful facility! The warm apple cider in the lobby in the afternoons was a terrific special touch. Great location and extremely well appointed. Wish I had the time to enjoy the spa!
for Everyoneby tara from Georgia
Worth a stay.Posted Feb 3, 2014
Fun decor. Great bathroom complete with deep soaking tub. Friendly and attentive staff. Only recommendation would be for better beds and pillows...our bed had two deep grooves, and the pillows were flat.
for Everyoneby Maria from Miami, Fl
Beautiful PropertyPosted Jan 28, 2014
First time in Asheville and it will definitely not be our last! Loved the hotel, it's ambiance, the artwork and the fact that it is right across the street (literally) to the Biltmore Estate. This hotel is located in the Biltmore Village and is surrounded by great shops and dining - I highly recommend the Corner Kitchen. Delish! I did read about the train, and it did make an appearance in the evening and the next day but it didn't bother me one bit. It actually added to the feel of the whole experience and we found it to be charming. The hotel was immaculate and I am extremely picky when it comes to this because I notice everything. Especially the bathroom. Very clean. Lobby was gorgeous! Big fireplace and plenty of comfy seating all around to enjoy a drink and warm fire. We did have to cross the street to get to our rooms but that wasn't a big deal, again, it added to the whole experience. We are planning on coming back and staying here again. Loved it!!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 19, 2014
by Kris from Greensboro, NC
I suppose it wasn't all their faultPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: Spacious rooms. Friendly staff.
Cons: Value, you pay for a lot and I expected more bang for my buck.
Location: Biltmore Estate, GREAT dining nearby.
So, my wife and I wanted to take a vacation to Biltmore before our baby comes, I splurged and got this hotel. 2 nights. While the facilities were great, many things just weren't good. Our room was spacious and comfortable but let it be known that if you stay in one of the king suites, you will have to walk across the street to your room. Not very fun in Asheville in winter. We got to the hotel at 4pm (check in time) and our room wasn't ready for 15-20 minutes. The following day, the water was off for 5 hours (water main break, not their fault, but disappointing when you have a huge garden tub that your pregnant wife wants to use as many times as possible). We were woken up at 845am by a maid Saturday morning who didn't understand why I was upset that she wanted to clean my room that early. Fine, no big deal. One hour later a bell hop came by and tried to take our bags, when we weren't due to check out until the following day. Seriously, did they not want us there? Now, we went to the concierge downstairs (across the street) and were given $75 to spend at their high-priced restaurant, the Red Stag Grille. This made things a bit better. When we checked out, the bell hop managed to break a VERY nice bottle of wine on the sidewalk that my wife had bought for herself to have after our child is born. Icing on the cake. I know many thigns weren't their fault, but the overall experience of this hotel (ESPECIALLY given the price) was marginal, at best.