Settled in the mountains of North Carolina is the quaint town of Asheville. A commonly known tourist location, Asheville offers the sights to see, things to do, and places to eat that can make it worth taking a vacation to Asheville. Hotel accommodations are almost always necessary for vacationing and the Hampton Inn on Rocky Ridge Road is likely to be the first one to be seen off Interstates 40, 26 and 240.
The Hampton Inn in Asheville, North Carolina is conveniently located among the three most heavily traveled Interstates in the area. Shopping and dining can all be done within walking distance of the hotel. To go sight seeing, a short drive is all that is needed.
The initial greeting upon arriving at the hotel is by an enthusiastic staff, willing to provide any kind of assistance needed. While valet parking isn’t a service advertised by the hotel, a large cart is provided to help haul luggage to your designated room. Check-in is done in a snap and lasts less than just a couple of minutes.
The rooms are spacious and nicely decorated with one or two beds, a sitting table and chairs and a television in an opening armoire. All of the necessities are provided such as an iron with an ironing board, dry cleaning service, wake up calls and the usual toiletries, coffees and drinks. Free high speed Internet service is also available in the rooms!
The spectacular view is what makes the rooms so special. Just outside the large window is an expansive view of the mountains for miles on end. Seeing them unobstructed is a great way to relax after a long drive or flight in to North Carolina.
On the lower level of the hotel is a small indoor pool and fitness room. Outside, take a refreshing dip in the large pool or relax in the jets of the hot tub. A gazebo is also conveniently located near the pool. The pools are also open into the late hours of the night.
A complimentary breakfast is provided downstairs in the lobby. One can find muffins, hot and cold cereals, bagels and other pastries. There are even prepackaged meals that can be cooked and heated such as biscuits and gravy, eggs and bacon, or pancakes or waffles. A variety of breakfast drinks are available as well as fruits and yogurts.
The Hampton Inn in Asheville, North Carolina on Rocky Ridge Road is an all around great place to stay. Easily accessible, a knowledgeable and helpful staff, and an excellent price of around $150 per night for a standard room are enough to make it worthwhile. The awesome view of the mountains is just an added bonus.