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The Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina

For more than 100 years, discerning guests have looked to The Omni Grove Park Inn for the best that Asheville, North Carolina has to offer. From the crisp air and Blue Ridge Mountains scenery, to the championship golf and world-class spa, this timeless and award-winning resort is ideal for a relaxing vacation experience. Find respite in the hotel's top-notch accommodations, which vary in style and location. From the historic rooms of The Main Inn to the expansive suites of the Sammons and Vanderbilt Wings, each room is sophisticated in style and ripe with amenities. The Omni Grove Park Inn harmoniously blends its well-preserved style with state-of-the-art touches, blending tradition with modernity to ensure your maximum comfort. High-definition televisions and Internet access keep you well connected, and custom Arts & Crafts-era furnishings, luxe bedding, and in-room refrigerators add everything you need to feel at home. All the while, views span over the native landscape, gardens, courtyard, or mountains, infusing a sense of peace and quiet to your surroundings.

Start off your North Carolina getaway at The Omni Grove Park Inn's highly lauded spa. This $50 million, 43,000-square-foot subterranean sanctuary features cavernous rock walls, arches, tunnels, and over a dozen intriguing water features. A pair of therapeutic waterfall pools accent the main warm mineral pool, which features 6,500 fiberoptic stars embedded in the ceiling, and constant underwater music. A trio of fireside lounges, aromatic inhalation and steam rooms, and an outdoor tiered terrace with panoramic mountain views are just a few of the idyllic features that complement the blissful treatments. The fully outfitted Sports Complex offers exercise enthusiasts a place to play, but those seeking activity should highly consider the world-class golf right at your doorstep. Golf pros and presidents alike have enjoyed the resort's historic and celebrated course, open year-round and offering 18 holes of masterful design. The Omni Grove Park Inn showcases Asheville's gourmet food scene right on site, with restaurants and bars designed to suit your every mood and delight your palate. From contemporary Southern fare and stunning views at Blue Ridge, to craft beers and locally sourced menus at EDISON, and an energetic yet sophisticated nightlife scene at Elaine's Dueling Piano Bar, you can find your taste and pleasure. Experience Asheville in style, at The Omni Grove Park Inn.

Location of The Omni Grove Park Inn

The Omni Grove Park Inn
290 Macon Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina

Nearest Airport: AVL

Amenities for The Omni Grove Park Inn

  • General Information
  • 510 Guest Rooms
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Pet Friendly
  • Handicap Accessible Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Piano Bar
  • Wine Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • Flower Shop
  • Live Entertainment
  • Boutiques
  • Terrace
  • Valet Parking
  • Tennis Courts
  • Lap Pool
  • Steam Room
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • Infinity Pools
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • Activities
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Mountain Biking
  • Canoeing
  • Fly Fishing
  • White Water River Rafting
  • Golf Lessons
  • Fitness Classes
  • Zip-Lining
  • Golf
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Babysitting
  • Playground
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • National Park

Reviews for The Omni Grove Park Inn

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The hotel decor exceeded my expectations. We are lovers of the Arts and Crafts decor and so this hotel has been on our list for some time and it did not disappoint. The great hall was a wonderful place to spend time in during the day and we were able to sit by the large fireplaces. Food options were great and the views from the the main restaurants were exceptional. We used the marketplace feature for a couple of lunches and one breakfast. Overall a wonderful experience -- especially the our room in the historic part of the Inn.

X5834HEmichaelk - Rockville, Maryland

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Both of my stays have been wonderful! The scenery is fabulous and relaxing. Food is wonderful. And the local arts and crafts in this area are phenomenal. Would not stay anywhere else in Asheville. The entire area has so much to do.

S7591VXsharonr - Houston, United States

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Firstly, I have stayed here at least 4 times. This is the first time I have reviewed it (We just got back yesterday from our first trip there in 10 years!) I could not BELIEVE there were ANY 1 star reviews. People: Hotels of this popularity ARE BUSY during peak periods. And peak periods at the GPI are different from say, Disney World. Do not go during a bust time of the year and expect the spa to drop what they are doing to squeeze you in when others made reservations months ahead of your arrival. Secondly, experience the spa. To stay at the GPI and not at LEAST get a spa day pass is to waste your time at the GPI. Now, having said all that, here we are, my wife and I, visiting the GPI since 10 years ago. Our mission: To spend every possible hour of Monday in the spa, sleep that night, and go home. This was going to be as budget-friendly as you can get at the GPI. Long story short, since there was a convention and some art show that long weekend, there were NO spa day passes available. And NO treatments available (Which would allow us access to the spa all day). We were "Unsettled" as Hannah, our check in associate described us. In short, Hannah's only option was to offer us a room upgrade... to CLUB LEVEL (The floor that requires card access to, that no one under 21 years old can be in, where celebrities stay, etc). The price was... well, more than I wanted to spend, but I had no choice if i wanted to enjoy the spa that day. Club Level gives you access to the spa for your entire stay... including your check out day. So we essentially got a 2 day pass to the spa... not to mention free valet parking... free drinks and appetizers that evening and free breakfast (Don't think Hampton Inn b-fast buffet... think 10 times fancier) ... free wi-fi, free coffee, tea, water bottls,,, plus our own personal concierge... and the ROOOOOOOOOOM! We measured it. Our hotel room NOT COUNTING THE GIANT BATHROOM was a 3rd the size of our top floor of out home. I swear I have lived in apartments smaller than this room. And a killer view of the sunset! The spa was as good as I remember, and all the employees are WAY more genuinely happy and accommodating than any Disney Employee (Been to various Disney parks about 12 times). now, thanks to Hannah, I will insist on spending A LOT of Club Level rooms when I go back to GPI, I can't stay in anything else now! Oh, and the rooms were SILENT! And the beds were amazing! I NEVER sleep solid in a hotel room. That night I slept like a baby that's just taken benadryl. Do yourself a favor; save up some money and splurge on a club level room at the GPI!

JayStemple - Chattanooga, Tennessee

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Wonderful historic hotel. Beautiful facility, fantastic view. Terrific southern hospitality and pride in their legacy. 5+ customer service. Only critique has to do with the restaurants which we found to be just OK but very pricey

Rick S - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

There is something about me that has a problem paying for parking even at a luxury hotel. It was a crowded Arts & Crafts Conference weekend so the available self parking was down the hill. A flatlander suddenly arriving at 2400 feet might find the hike back up more than they bargained for. I wasn't hitchhiking but a kind soul picked me up and delivered me to the front door. We ate in both the Blue Ridge and the Edison. As much as I enjoy eating, the all you can eat seafood buffet was lost on me. Many options both cold and hot but I enjoyed the crab cakes the best. Eating at the Edison was more my style though I like the selection of small plates at Sierra Nevada better. I would suggest making reservations for all restaurants, though if you eat when the Seinfeld's do you will be fine. Both were noisy, busy eating places so if background noise bothers you or you seek a romantic dinner, look elsewhere. Engage with the elevator operators. They are normally quiet and courteous but if prompted have a wealth of knowledge about the the history and operation of the hotel. All in all it is a beautiful place with great views, good food options and enough activities to keep you busy. Bring your wallet - but you knew that.

Ron B

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