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My reservation was somehow accidentally cancelled
My stay at the Inn began with them not letting me and my family up to the property after paying $650 for the room because somehow my reservation was cancelled and they were fully booked (the only available option was a $1,500 suite which they would prefer to turn me an my family away rather than upgrade us into the suite -- I would need to pay the difference for the suite or I was out of luck). So I stood around in the parking lot for an hour with my family while on the phone arguing with their reservation team. They were fully aware that it was our wedding anniversary. We left and went downtown to figure out what we were going to do when they called us back to inform us that they did have a room (clearly they had a room the whole time). When I got to the room I thought surely they would have sent us a cheese plate, a bottle of champagne or a comped dinner for their mistake - nope! Nada. Was very disappointed to have paid $650 for a room and get treated so poorly. I won't return.
Live like a Vanderbilt!
Rooms were beautiful,, the setting sylvan, dining was elegant and the wine was incredible.
The Inn On Biltmore Estate is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. It is a hotel that mirrors the actual Biltmore House- the largest private home in America, built by George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and 1895. Guests who stay at The Inn will receive the same type of lavish treatment and gracious hospitality enjoyed by George and Edith Vanderbilt's guests.
All rooms feature fine period furnishings and elegant fabrics. There are room options to fit all budgets and party sizes. Suites are also available with extra attention and amenities included for guests. All guests enjoy amenities such as valet parking, 24-hour concierge service, heated outdoor pool open seasonally, fitness center, floral services, handicap accessibility, flat screen TV’s within room 24 hour movies, free wifi, telephones, irons, ironing boards, custom slippers, bathrobes and bath products, complimentary shoeshine, shuttle around estate and downtown, nightly turndown services, laundry and dry cleaning services, live piano and jazz nightly, and bottled water.
The spa is award winning and is located at The Inn. It offers massage specialties, skin care, beauty services, spa packages, and more. Inquire about special seasonally inspired spa packages, the River Rock Estate Experience, the Signature Estate Experience, and others.
The Dining Room at the Inn was awarded Four Stars from Forbes Travel Guide in 2018, and it specializes regional cuisine and features estate-raised beef and lamb and fresh-picked ingredients from Estate kitchen garden. There are special wedding dining and food packages available, as well as event rooms and services available upon request.
The Inn and the Biltmore Estate is known for its wine and has a vineyard, winery, and bar on location as well. You can buy specially made bottles of wine from Biltmore winery at the gift shop located in the Inn Hotel.
Elegance meets with sophistication at the Inn at Biltmore and it is a fine place for guests to be immersed in the culture at Biltmore while being immersed in the mountains of Asheville, NC. Guests will likely find plenty to do at the Inn and Biltmore Estate but that is only the beginning; Asheville in an up and coming area renowned for its food, outdoor activities, and beer.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The only way to get from the airport to The Inn On Biltmore Estate is by car, as public transport does not reach the inn. If you are planning to get a taxi from the airport, the drive will take around 40m and a one-way fare will cost around $55. If you prefer not to depend on the estate’s shuttle bus and would like to rent a car to move around the property, you will find 5 car rental companies located on site at the airport. Avis and Budget are open from 7:00 am until 11:00 pm, while Enterprise, Hertz and National are open a bit later until midnight.
If a 4-star dining experience is not your thing and prefer something more informal, head to the Library Lounge which is located at The Inn On Biltmore Estate for a more informal style of dining. It is open for lunch and snacks from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm, and for dinner from 4:00 pm until 10:00 pm. Its all-day dining menu offers items such as gourmet salads, burgers and sandwiches, with vegetarian and gluten free options available.
If you are visiting The Inn On Biltmore Estate with the kids, you will be glad to know that all restaurants around the estate offer special menus for children and have high chairs available should you need one during your meal. The winery will even offer the kids complimentary grape juice so that they don’t feel left out while you go wine tasting. In addition, kids under 9 years of age are admitted to some of the attractions free of charge all year round, while kids between 9 and 16 get free admissions during summer.
While Biltmore has over 10 shopping options spread around the estate, you will find two of them on site at The Inn On Biltmore Estate. Head to the Cottage Door if you are in need of snacks, basic toiletries and amenities, it is open every day from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. The Marble Lion offers jewellery, apparel and luxury items, and is open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm from Sundays to Thursdays, and until 9:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Several tour options of Biltmore House are available to be booked, starting from the general 90m Guided Biltmore House Tour where you will get to hear stories and information about the house, the 60m Rooftop Tour where you can enjoy amazing views of the property, or the 60m Biltmore House Revealed Tour which will take you through the archives and some unrestored rooms of the house. These tours are all available multiple times per day and cost $25 per person. Alternatively, you can book a Premium Biltmore House Tour with a private guide, which is offered once a day at 10:30 am and is a combination of all the tours. (Prices checked 28/05/19).
The Inn On Biltmore Estate is located at 1 Antler Hill Road, 4,8 km from the centre of Asheville. Antler Hill Village is the closest landmark to The Inn On Biltmore Estate.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Inn On Biltmore Estate.
Yes, The Inn On Biltmore Estate offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Inn On Biltmore Estate does not offer free parking.
No, The Inn On Biltmore Estate does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Inn On Biltmore Estate is 13,7 km from Asheville Regional. The Inn On Biltmore Estate is 80,3 km from Greenville.
Yes, The Inn On Biltmore Estate has a pool on-site.