Inn on Biltmore Estate

Address: 1 Antler Hill Road, Asheville, North Carolina, 28803, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Antler Hill Road, Asheville, is near Double Decker Coffee Company, Smith-McDowell House Museum, Blue Spiral 1, and Southern Waterways Quietwater River Trips.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Billenkamp Ankum

    The inn is breath-taking...

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    the inn at biltmore is beautiful. the rooms are spacious & wonderfully decorated. the views and service is well worth every penny. ive visisted for every season, and each time it has been special. everyone should stay at the inn - it makes the experience complete.

    WONDERFUL!!!!

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    The Inn is a beautiful place surrounded with a magnificent view and a courteous staff!!! It is children friendly and activities inside and outside the inn are endless!!!!

    Fantastic in every way - Biltmore

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    The Inn at the Bilmore Estate was fantastic and we could not of asked for anything more. We took the Get Away Package and I can honestly say we were never treated better! The people at the Biltmore Inn responded to your every whim. Clean towels twice a day, turn down service, champange, valet in seconds of notice. People there were layed back and friendly and a pleaure to be around. Everwhere people went out of their way to help you and answer any questions. The Biltmore Estate was beyond words...I could go there again and again. If it were me and had to live in the Estate I would choose the Maid Quarters because it had a lot of personaliy still lurking there. If you want a really nice vacation where you find friendly, helpful people and lots to do and see try this wonderful place. I give it a big 10!

    Truly a Luxury Hotel

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    From the moment we arrived, every need was met. The staff was very professional and nicest we've ever met. They were very attentive to all our needs and treated us exceptionally. They opened doors for us, brought in our bags, parked our car, and offered any assiststance possible. The evening turndown service is a pleasant surprise.The rooms are spacious with spectacular views of the estate. The bathrooms were elegant. The bed was the nicest and most comfortable bed I have ever slept in.

    The Inn on Biltmore Estate is OUTSTANDING

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    I can't speak highly enough about the Inn at Biltmore Estate. The service was totally outstanding, the food was great, the scenery was beautiful. Attention is paid to the smallest detail. The only thing I would suggest is that they could have an airport shuttle once a day, or lobby the Asheville, NC City Council to mark their streets better. I kept getting lost. I had to make several trips to the airport and it was NOT an easy affair!

    Great Place for a Weekend Get Away

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    My wife and I stayed at the Inn on Biltmore Estate for Valentines Day, 2003. Everything about our stay was fantsatic! From the moment we arrived, every need was met. The staff was very professional and the food was divine! Even though it rained most of the weekend, our mini vacation was a true pleasure. Hats off to the Inn on Biltmore Estate. We will be back!

    Overpriced and unoriginal

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    I choose the inn because I wanted to get the full Biltmore experience and to stay somewhere unique. The rooms were very small but clean. The bathrooms were the best feature with marble countertops and plenty of space to move around. I was disapointed that the rooms had no balcony to enjoy the view. The restaurant served an excellent meal but again was overpriced . The entire hotel seemed to lack any warmth or personality. For what they charge I had higher expectations. Overall the hotel is nice but not worth all the hype.

    Wonderful Place

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    The Inn on Biltmore Estate was one of the best hotels I have stayed in; and I have been all over the country and to Europe. The staff was very attentive to all our needs and treated us exceptionally. They held doors open for us, brought in our bags, parked our car, and made sure we had everything in our room. The rooms were very spacious. The bathrooms were elegant. The bed was the nicest and most comfortable bed I have ever slept in. I visted this facility in February 2003, and it was rainy and cold. But the room made me feel so comfortable. I almost didn't want to go out and tour the grounds! The dining room was excellent and the lobby with it's huge fireplace was very comfortable and romantic. It was so nice to sit and listen to music with a glass of wine in front of the fireplace. There are also outside rocking chairs overlooking the beautiful grounds. I would highly recommend staying here. I will definitely go back.

    One of the best

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    When I recently called the 800 number for reservations I was given the room rate and any Package rate available.(Most helpful)

    When we arrived, we received FIRST CLASS service. The Bellmen, Front Desk, Dining staff and Concierge were most gracious and helpful.

    The Inn itself was like a Mansion. The rooms are spacious and the BEDS ARE THE BEST I've ever had! My wife wanted too be pampered and she was.

    This Inn is head over heels above The Grove Park Inn. That place is depressing, VERY expensive and dirty. Why would anyone pay to be insulted?

    We had a wonderful time at the Biltmore. Can,t wait to return!

    Loved the Inn on Biltmore Estate

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    Beautiful, friendly, very accommodating. The beds are "to die for". I have never slept in a more comfortable bed. Well worth the stay.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Billenkamp Ankum

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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