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In the heart of downtown Asheville, the hotel is within walking distance to Harrah’s Cherokee Center, Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Grove Arcade, and Diana Wortham Theatre, as well as restaurants, shops, boutiques, and art galleries. Historic Biltmore Village and Biltmore Estate located within a short 10-minute drive. Asheville Regional Airport: 15 miles, 25 minutes.

Nearest Airport

Asheville Regional Airport: 14 miles

Hotel Address

One Battery Park Avenue, Asheville

North Carolina, United States 28801

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

  • Asheville Pinball Museum

    Asheville Pinball Museum

    Explore historic pinball machines and arcade games at the Asheville Pinball Museum.

  • Biltmore Mansion

    Biltmore Mansion

    Experience the beautiful Biltmore Mansion.

  • Blue Ridge Parkway

    Blue Ridge Parkway

    Explore the verdant scenery of Appalachia along the famousnBlue Ridge Parkway.

  • Botanical Gardens At Asheville

    Botanical Gardens at Asheville

    Experience the native flora of the Appalachians at the Botanical Gardens at Asheville.

  • Folk Art Center

    Folk Art Center

    Experience the 19th-century Allanstand Craft Shop inside the Folk Art Center.

  • Grove Arcade

    Grove Arcade

    Discover the beautiful Victorian architecture and oustanding storefronts of the historic Grove Arcade.

  • North Carolina Arboretum

    North Carolina Arboretum

    Discover the beautiful plant life and hiking trails of The North Carolina Arboretum.

  • River Arts District

    River Arts District

    Discover the rich heritage of the River Arts District.

  • Strawberry Bank Museum

    Strawberry Bank Museum

    Discover the 32 historic structures that reside within this sprawling, 10-acre outdoor museum.

  • Thomas Wolfe Memorial

    Thomas Wolfe Memorial

    Explore the childhood home of Thomas Wolfe, which is now a U.S. National Historic Landmark.

  • WCN Nature Center

    WCN Nature Center

    Explore the flora and fauna of the Southern Appalachians at the WCN Nature Center.