|"Beautiful location great time!"||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Food and service were incredible."||(in 55 reviews)|
|"Very friendly and professional staff"||(in 143 reviews)|
|"The property is way over priced."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"This room is not worth the money"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"The bed was not comfortable."||(in 6 reviews)|
|amazing staff||in 245 reviews|
|mountain view||in 214 reviews|
|spa was amazing||in 160 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 125 reviews|
|food was good||in 119 reviews|
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|outdoor pool||in 41 reviews|
|great room||in 30 reviews|
|grove park||in 28 reviews|
|beautiful location||in 25 reviews|
|piano bar||in 25 reviews|
|common areas||in 21 reviews|
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|bed was comfortable||in 17 reviews|
|blue ridge||in 14 reviews|
|worth the money||in 12 reviews|
|rocking chairs||in 7 reviews|
|scenery was beautiful||in 5 reviews|
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|rich with history||in 4 reviews|
Service was awesome. Spa was amazing I got. Dinner at sunset terrace & Edison was wonderful!
Rooms were just a little tired..but bathroom was updated.
Location awesome. Staff super nice.
WiFi horrible. Over billed at both a restaurant and spa until pointed it out. Facilities seemed run down.
Kayak Screwed me up - I loved the Omni - Not Kayak
I tried to upgrade my room to a spa room, it was double the price, but I wanted to experience the spa. The third party booking agent would not allow me to change my reservation even though The Grove Park would. I won't be using Kayak again.
Loved the property it was so beautiful and well kept!
The "valet" and front parking area is a little clustered but overall its OK
The staff is extremely accommodating and the property is beautiful
The rooms vary greatly! This isn't an issue unless they are all over priced. We had 4 rooms last weekend - all around 400$ a night. They were all different sizes because parts of the hotel are different. The room in the old part of the hotel was barely large enough to walk around a queen size bed.
exceptional customer service and Facilities
Terrible!!! Don't believe the pictures online.
It was unique and historical.
It was not what was depicted on the Internet. We were deceived and no one seemed to care. It was dirty, small, and not the romantic get a way we had hoped for to celebrate our 10 year anniversary. We called to verify that the pool was included. It was but the pictures online were of the spa pool not the fitness club pool which was $140 more. Instead we spent our visit in the fitness pool. Barley luke warm, filled with screaming kids and no hot tub.
I love the location and ambience of the resort. You definitely need to have an extra stash of money for the parking and resort fees. Not to mention taxes on the resort fees. But the staff and views from this resort are amazing. There are amazing places very close, food ,shopping , sites to see. I would go back as often as possible.
The hotel lobby and the grounds
It was a grade lower than when I stayed 10 years ago.
Wonderful Weekend Getaway!
We loved everything about our stay at the Grove. The staff was amazing, professional and polite. The food and drinks were top notch. We will definitely be staying here again in the future.
The room was a bit hot at night even after lowering the temperature in the room.
The hotel is beautiful and the views are stunning. Just walking into the lobby is immediately calming.
I was very disappointed (and embarrassed, as staying here with a friend was my suggestion) with the room we were given. It had outdated wallpaper and green carpet, and the furniture was pretty beat-up. The bathroom was spacious, but had a tiny pedestal sink with nowhere for any toiletries. We had to keep all makeup, brushes, toothbrushes, etc on the dresser in the room. The bathroom looked like a hospital bathroom. There were 2 dim lamps in the room, with no mirror (except what looked like a medicine cabinet in the bathroom and a full- length mirror on the bathroom door - not helpful without good lighting). Not comfortable accommodations for two girls getting ready for dinner. Thankfully the beds were very comfortable. We spent over $300 for the room, which truthfully wasn't as nice as the La Quinta I stayed at 2 weeks ago. Based on other reviews, I am sure that there are more updated rooms available. I would insist on being assigned one of those. I will definitely be back to enjoy the beauty of the hotel, but will not be staying there again until they make some much needed updates.
The Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina has been serving guests for over a century and is well known for maintaining its tradition of Southern hospitality and modern amenities while offering a fantastic view of the countryside.
It is located less than a half hour away from the Asheville Regional Airport, and those who are flying in can easily reach the resort via car, taxi, limo service, or private vehicle. It is also within walking distance of the Grove Park Country Club, as well as the Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum and Grove Wood Gallery. For those who don't mind a short drive, there are other options such as the botanical gardens at Asheville and Beaver Lake to enjoy.
The Omni Grove Park Inn is the official hotel of the PGA Tour, and it offers over 500 luxurious guestrooms, 14 suites, and nearly 30 rooms on an adult-only, private floor. The rooms are fully modernized with Wi-Fi access, flat screen TVs, separate bathrooms, refrigerators, and coffee makers.
When it comes to things to see and do, guests here can unwind, relax, or enjoy one of many pools that the resort has to offer. There is also a sports complex with three indoor and three outdoor tennis courts and an 18-hole Donald Ross-designed golf course. The property also has plenty of dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is the ever-popular Elaine's Dueling Piano Bar, the Spa Café, and Vue 1913. Guests can also check out the resort shops or book a history tour to round out their stay.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville is home to over 85,000 sq ft of meeting space and has multiple rooms that can be used for workshops, conferences, and team building exercises, such as the popular Grand Ballroom. There is a professional catering team that can provide meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as technical experts that can ensure that your presentations and software are running correctly.
The Sammons Wing Shopping Promenade is known for being one of the most popular shopping areas in the Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville. Filled with boutiques owned by local Asheville designers, as well as larger European brands, this promenade has a diverse selection of products ranging from jewelry to outdoor gear. The Gallery of the Mountains is a particularly unique store as it sells handcrafted items from the region.
The Brightening Facial is a common treatment that ranges from $249 to $290, while the Blue Ridge Symphony Massage is a specialty of the spa and also costs between $249 to $290. To enjoy some bonding time with your significant other, select a couple’s massage, which ranges from $370 to $489 depending on how long you would like the treatment to last. The Mountain Honey Pedicure is a 60m service that is perfect for getting smooth feet and ranges from $120 to $130. It is also possible to purchase additional spa enhancements, such as a hand healing treatment, a foot refreshing treatment, or a dry body brushing, all of which cost $30.
At the Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville, guests have the option of going on several different guided tours of the resort’s grounds. Generally lasting 45m and costing $10 per person, these tours provide information on the construction of the hotel and the history of some of its old furniture. Additionally, the hotel offers a Wild Food Foraging Tour that is led by a well-known educator, who teaches visitors which plants are safe to eat. Once the tour is done, you can drop off the items that you have found with the Guests Services Desk, and a customized appetizer will be created for you by one of the hotel’s chefs.
If you are interested in adventurous activities, book an excursion through the Nantahala Outdoor Center. This center offers discounts for guests staying at the Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville, and over 120 different activities such as kayaking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and guided hiking tours can be booked. For those that would like to spend a lot of time exploring the region’s natural scenery, you can create your own package through the hotel to purchase several outdoor excursions at a particularly discounted rate. (Prices checked 08/05/19).
The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville is located at 290 Macon Avenue, 1.9 miles from the center of Asheville. Botanical Gardens at Asheville is the closest landmark to The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville.
Yes, The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville does not offer free parking.
No, The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville is 12.7 miles from Asheville Regional. The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville is 53.3 miles from Greenville.
Yes, The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville has a pool onsite.
The Omni Grove Park Inn - Asheville has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.