Articles Mentioning Asheville Hotels

The Perfect Weekend Itinerary for Asheville

Move over, Austin and Portland — Asheville is the new hip spot. This North Carolina city is in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, allowing for beautiful vistas and excellent outdoor activities — everything from hiking and zip-lining to fishing and bird-watching. But that’s not all. Asheville has the most breweries per capita of any U.S.…

Most Romantic Bed-and-Breakfasts in the U.S.

While many bed-and-breakfasts have a certain charm to them, thanks to a limited number of rooms and personalized service, not all exude a romantic vibe ideal for couples. That’s why we’ve scoured hundreds of B&Bs in the United States to find those that are the most romantic of the lot, making them perfect contenders for…

10 Historic Grand Hotels in the South

The different regions of the United States all have their own personalities, and in the South, there’s certainly a flair for the historic, the laid-back, and the grand. Naturally, that makes the area a great place for a relaxing retreat. If you’re looking for historic grandeur while you relax on vacation, look no further than…

10 U.S. Cities Every Millennial Should Visit in Their 20s

According to FutureCast’s latest report, millennials contribute more than $200 billion to the travel industry each year. They’re traveling more than their Gen X parents did, and they crave something slightly different. They seek new experiences above all else and take frequent weekend trips. In fact, weekend excursions accounted for nearly half of all millennial…

The Most Stunning Mountain Destinations in the U.S.

Not all of us have the pleasure of living in major U.S. cities like Seattle, Denver, and Los Angeles, where mountain views are a part of the daily routine. Most of us will have to travel to get our fill of these scenic natural creations, which were formed as a result of Earth’s tectonic plates…

4 Great American Beer Cities and What to Do in Each

History buffs, put your thinking caps on: What historical event took place on April 7? Stumped? Today marks the day that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act, which set into the motion the repeal of prohibition. Roosevelt’s famous statement on the Act: “I think this would be a good time for a beer.”…

9 Reasons U.S. College Towns Are Great Spots for Tourists

Colleges and universities can be found all over the globe, in both massive cities and tiny locations that barely constitute a speck on the map. Some people went to schools in cities like New York or Chicago — places that have wonderful colleges and universities amid the urban sprawl, but can’t quite be categorized as…

10 Stops You Can’t Miss on an I-40 Road Trip

One of the coolest cross-country trips a traveler can take is along I-40. The third longest interstate in the United States, the route runs all the way from Barstow, California to Wilmington, North Carolina (that’s a 36-hour drive from end-to-end, in case you’re wondering). Yet, it’s not the length that makes I-40 appealing for travelers.…

9 U.S. Drives You Have to Take in Your Lifetime

It’s so easy (or is it?) to hop on a flight these days; paid time-off is limited, and travelers want to get the most out of their vacations — which, to many, means more time spent in the destination. But we’ve all heard it before: It’s the journey that counts, not the destination. While we…

The Best Family-Run Hotels in the U.S.

Earlier this week, we gave you a special peek into the quiet, tucked-away, family-run hotels that help to characterize some of Europe’s small towns, and even the streets of its bustling cities as well. But while these sweet hidden gems may be even harder to discover on this side of the pond, they do exist…