The Omni Grove Park Inn
Discover a stately golf resort in Asheville, North Carolina with a top-rated spa, terrace restaurant, and views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Grove Park Inn has everything to offer: restaurants, shopping, bars, entertainment, luxury spa, golf, etc. The seasonal gingerbread house display is a must-see, legendary exhibit. There is a $20 fee to park at the Inn.
Great place to visit for a drink and appetizers at sunset. Historic with a great story.
Parking is usually free for the first couple hour. Get a local beer and check out a historic hotel with 180° views of the Bluerigde Mountains on the outdoor patio.
Built in 1913, this stately golf resort has views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It's 2.2 miles from the Asheville Art Museum and 2.6 miles from the University of North Carolina Asheville
A gorgeous hotel that's open to the public. Explore the 1920's era building, enjoy the great room with its giant fireplaces, and catch the sunset from their patio with a beverage.
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