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Book ahead for weekends this spring in Asheville, NC

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If you plan to visit Asheville on a weekend this spring, better book your hotel or B&B room ahead. Local tourism officials say that tourism is surging this spring and that hotel occupancy in the next several months may reach 93% or higher during the weekends. Weekend occupancy in March was almost 82%, and for the month as a whole it was 63%, up more than 3.5% from the same month in 2013. The Asheville area has around 7,500 hotel rooms, or around 2.7 million room nights available on an annual basis. Officials at the Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau say they expect a record year for tourism in the Asheville area.

You can find a hotel room in the Asheville area, even on weekends, but your first choice may not be available unless you book in advance.

--Lan Sluder

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