United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 GTG Boston-Cambridge July 12
  2. 2 Best way to see Oahu
  3. 3 Lake Tahoe & Yosemite Lodging/hotels
  4. 4 Bar Harbor area restaurant recommendations
  5. 5 Orlando Vacation Home
  6. 6 Nantucket/Hyannis ferry & ground transportation
  7. 7 Trip Report Finger Lakes Trip Report
  8. 8 Lone traveler seeing Alaska in a rush!
  9. 9 Suggestions for an elegant place for bday lunch
  10. 10 Trip Report Day Trip Reports? May/June
  11. 11 Roadtrip ideas California 6 Nevada: Ideas and realistic driving distances
  12. 12 2 Week West Coast Travel with Family
  13. 13 Pearl Harbor Day Trip
  14. 14 Trip Report Hawaii trip report
  15. 15 First Trip To Lake Tahoe
  16. 16 Golf on Hilton Head
  17. 17 downtown charlotte hotels
  18. 18 Bourbon Trail in Lexington
  19. 19 Itinerary/ timing Sedona-GC- esp Page
  20. 20 First time to NOLA Sept 12-18
  21. 21 Universal transportation
  22. 22 NOLA, Savannah and Charleston
  23. 23 Road Trip Ideas
  24. 24 Trip Report Kauai - wow, just WOW!!!
  25. 25 hawaii location for young couple needed
View next 25 » Back to the top

Book ahead for weekends this spring in Asheville, NC

Jump to last reply

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

Advertisement