The Omni Grove Park Inn

Description

E.W. Grove made his fortune in patent medicines, but his lasting legacy is this elegant inn. Opened in 1913, the 513-room lodge seems perfectly suited to Asheville, framed by a forested backdrop and fronted by an expansive lawn. Inside you’ll find exquisite and original Arts & Crafts décor, including 700 custom-made pieces of furniture and 600 hand-hammered copper light fixtures. If you’re an F. Scott Fitzgerald fan, request Room 441, which is where he stayed and worked.

Guest rooms throughout have solid-oak Stickley and Roycroft furnishings and cottage-style windows that open to mountain, golf course, or courtyard views. The Main Inn has the most traditional atmosphere; the Vanderbilt and Sammons wings are more modern. The spa here is critically acclaimed. The spectacular golf course was designed by Donald Ross in 1926.

Address

290 Macon Ave.
Asheville, North Carolina 28804

Lat/Long

35.62329600, -82.53995100
Visit Website
(828) 252-2711

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