• Downtown Asheville location close to dining options, bars, and shopping
  • Spacious, contemporary rooms have corner sleeper sofas, large flat-screen TVs, and coffeemakers
  • Some rooms feature kitchenettes
  • Cool rooftop bar with craft beers and small plates, plus outdoor terrace overlooking surroundings
  • Indoor pool and fitness center with Life Fitness cardio machines
  • Light meals and snacks available for purchase 24/7, plus Starbucks coffee and drinks in cafe/bar
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
  • Meeting/event space and computers for guest use in the lobby
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  • Some rooms can experience noise from nearby highway
  • Fitness center and pool are a bit small
  • Fee for parking
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Situated within a five-minute walk of restaurants, bars, and shops in downtown Asheville, this three-and-a-half-pearl chain hotel makes for a clean and contemporary base. Common spaces are bright and airy, while the 140 spacious guest rooms all have corner sleeper sofas as well as large flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers -- but note that some can experience noise from the nearby interstate. There's a cool rooftop bar with an outdoor terrace that serves craft beers and small plates, as well as a cafe/bar with Starbucks coffee. Light meals/snacks are available for purchase 24/7. Other features include an indoor pool and small fitness center, but guests complain that parking incurs a fee. For an alternative with an outdoor pool, check out Aloft Asheville Downtown.

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  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Pool

Things You Should Know About Hyatt Place Asheville Downtown

Also Known As

  • Hyatt Place Asheville / Downtown


199 Haywood St, Asheville, North Carolina 28801-2622, United States


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Hyatt Place Asheville Downtown


Upper-middle-range contemporary chain hotel

Situated in a contemporary building, this upper-middle-range hotel is what you would expect from the Hyatt chain. Interiors are bright and sleek, beginning with the the high ceilings in the inviting and airy lobby that makes a good first impression. White and cream neutral hues dominate, accented by pops of color and patterns, like bright blue armchairs and pillows perking up a seating nook next to a fireplace. One of the highlights here is the rooftop bar, which is wrapped in windows and mixes a darker color scheme with exposed brick elements and wooden furnishings, plus it opens onto a chic panoramic terrace. Guests are a mix of tourists and business travelers. 

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Convenient downtown Asheville location close to restaurants, bars, and shops

The hotel is situated off the I-240 in downtown Asheville. It's a convenient location that's within a five- to 10-minute walk of lots of foodie restaurants, bars, and cafes. The nearby Grove Arcade, a five-minute walk from the hotel, offers shops, galleries, and more dining options. The Basilica of Saint Lawrence is just a four-minute walk away. Another main tourist attraction, the Biltmore Estate, can be reached in about eight minutes by car or around 15 minutes by public transportation. Asheville Regional Airport is a 20-minute drive from here or about 45 minutes by bus.

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Spacious, contemporary rooms have large flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi

Clean, contemporary rooms and suites feature pleasant contemporary decor in a soothing neutral color palette of dusty blue, gray, and white hues contrasted by  wooden furniture. Rooms are spacious, and all have comfortable corner sofa beds that are separated from the bed area by a partition, creating cozy seating nooks. Suites add even more space and additional seating such as armchairs, plus some have kitchenettes with sinks and microwaves. Standard amenities in all rooms include 42-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. Bridal and Groom Suites amp up the decor, featuring customized furnishings that make excellent photo backdrops and bolder color schemes (pink and blue), as well as whirlpool tubs. Bathrooms are large, with sleek, modern tiling and vanities that offer plenty of space. Bathrooms are equipped with shower/tub combos or walk-in showers. A selection of toiletries and hairdryers are provided. Note that some rooms can experience noise from the nearby highway. 

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Indoor pool, small fitness center, rooftop bar with terrace, and all-day light meals available

One of the highlights here is the hotel's rooftop bar, a hip sunlit space that opens onto a stylish terrace with seating and expansive views over the surrounding city. The bar serves craft beers, cocktails, and seasonal small plates menus. Breakfast is served daily in a pleasant dining space adjoining the lobby, and it includes eggs, breakfast meats, and build-your-own breakfast bowls or yogurt parfaits. All-day dining is also available from a 24/7 menu that includes soups, salads, and sandwiches. On-the-go snacks can be purchased from the 24/7 Gallery Market. There's also a cafe/bar that serves Starbucks coffee as well as alcoholic drinks in the evenings.

The hotel has a small indoor pool that's surrounded by some loungers. There's also a small 24/7 fitness center that's equipped with a handful of Life Fitness cardio machines and weights. Other amenities include meeting/event rooms for up to 200 people, laundry facilities, computers for guest use in the lobby, and free Wi-Fi throughout. Parking is available, but it incurs a fee.

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  • Air Conditioner

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Fitness Center

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Pool

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

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