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Found this hotel on a discount hotel website. GPS had a little trouble finding the hotel, but it's tucked in behind another hotel. Very comfortable room with hidden fridge and microwave. Friendly front desk staff who had dinner recommendations on hand. Walls and floors were...More
We stayed 3 nights and were upgraded to a suite. Very clean. Somewhat dark. I can't say enough good things about the staff here. One front desk woman made our stay in Asheville much more enjoyable with her recommendations of places to eat. She even...More
Simply awsome, staff was good, but the food was awsome I highly recommend will go back. I have always loved the mtns in n.c.. and I have been cross country and I’ve been to a lot of restaurants and this one is defiantly one of...More
Radisson has brought it's A Game to this line of hotels. Clean, organized, comfortable, friendly and accommodating staff. Easy access to downtown and highways. The per night rate was very reasonable and they offered the free continental breakfast.
Excellent hotel, very near entrance to Biltmore House and Gardens; convenient to interstates. Easy in and out from traffic flow. Decent breakfast. Staff is very accomodating. Good value for location. Good access to area restaurants.
Response from maconbartows | Reviewed this property |
They had fruit options, eggs, bacon, sausage. There were quite a few cereals -- I know a lot of these have gluten, but the "rice" varieties are usually GF. I would call the hotel directly and ask them what they have GF at... More
They had fruit options, eggs, bacon, sausage. There were quite a few cereals -- I know a lot of these have gluten, but the "rice" varieties are usually GF. I would call the hotel directly and ask them what they have GF at their particular hotel. It is my understanding that all hotels within the same chain do not have the same buffet items AND some of the chains have a variety and do not offer the same foods every day.