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From its earliest days as a high-end department store, our location has been the center of Asheville’s social and cultural scene. Haywood Park puts you right in the heart of the Asheville experience — fabulous food, art, theater, live music, nightlife — all within footsteps. And when you’re finished with the dining, dancing, shopping and cheering, you’ll be pampered in rooms that are larger and more luxurious than any other in the area. If you want to truly immerse yourself in the hospitality, excitement and surprise that Asheville is famous for, there’s only one place to stay. Haywood Park Hotel. The Heart of Town.•33 luxuriously appointed, oversized suites ranging in size from 475 to 1,200 sq ft •A Historic Hotels of America property •Complimentary wireless Internet • Valet Parking (surcharge applies) •Bell service •Concierge services •Champagne at check-in •Nightly turndown service with handmade chocolates from The Chocolate Fetish® •Small gift upon departure •43″ HDTVs in each guestroom & 27″ flat panel TVs in each bathroom •Amenity closet in each suite with a wet bar, mini-refrigerator and Keurig® coffee maker •Fitness center •Business center •100% smoke-free
All reviews department store glass of champagne chocolate fetish free valet parking heart of downtown rooms are huge isa's bistro gift bag turn down service master king granola bars bon marche chocolate shop battery park a large sitting area within walking distance double sinks
There are three premier rooms in the hotel, 208, 308 and 408. We stayed in the top floor of these. Room 408 has a huge and separate from bedroom sitting area, with plenty of space, great views, mini-fridge and sink. Closets are really big. Bedroom...More
I truly enjoyed my stay at the Haywood Park Hotel. It is part of the Historic Hotels of America and it is a charming hotel in a vintage landmark building in Asheville. The room was surprisingly large and well appointed. The bathroom was very large...More
We were expecting way more for the price of this hotel. Everything was just average and the hotel is significantly understaffed. There was generally one person at the front desk, and the bell hop and the valet were the same person, and there is no...More
After checking into the Grove Park Inn’s smelly broom closet overlooking the parking lot, we thankfully got the last king suite at Haywood which was a palace compared to the “historic” room at the Grove Park. Tim greeted us with a smile and champagne and...More
My refrigerator was freezing and the ice was very thick. When I told the front desk they sent the valet an he unplugged it. The ice breaking kept me awake. It froze my drinks. When I checked out my carpet was wet. Very expensive and...More
Why would they be in the basement? Too my knowledge, I've never seen a hotel with rooms in a basement. All floors were above ground that I'm aware of. The room we had was huge and you can pick either queen size beds or king... More
Why would they be in the basement? Too my knowledge, I've never seen a hotel with rooms in a basement. All floors were above ground that I'm aware of. The room we had was huge and you can pick either queen size beds or king size beds. You can Google the size of each bed to determine if they're large enough for your human.