An air of sophistication and old-world charm can be found at The Windsor Boutique Hotel, a beautifully restored turn-of-the-20th-century property surrounded by unique art galleries and shops in downtown Asheville.
Individually decorated, rustic-style suites include fully equipped kitchens, top-quality mattresses, and plush linens, while spacious living areas add flat-screen TVs, custom-made furniture, and unique light fittings.
The hotel houses an impressive collection of art in just about every corner of the property. When it comes to relaxation, an in-room massage may just be the answer, and those who feel the need to work out will have access to a facility at a nearby fitness club.
The hotel has an agreement with a wide range of restaurants in the immediate vicinity, whereby steaming hot meals can be delivered right to the door. Alternatively, Mellow Mushroom, a pizzeria, is right next door.
Downtown Asheville hosts the Orange Peel music venue, a popular destination for music lovers, ten minutes on foot from The Windsor Boutique Hotel.
The Windsor Boutique Hotel is a truly beautiful hotel, with unique, stylish décor, leaving a memorable impression on its guests. Reviews say the suites have everything you need including a fully-equipped kitchen with top-notch amenities, a washer and dryer inside the room, and every modern convenience you may need.
The Windsor Boutique Hotel boasts an ideal city central location in downtown Asheville. Guests say they found it easy and pleasant to walk around the area, and were surprised to be so close to some of the best shopping and dining in the city. Guests also recommend not to miss out on visiting the Biltmore Estate and Winery, less than a ten-minute drive away.
Most guests said the staff at The Windsor Boutique Hotel is genuinely friendly, and attentive, and radiate true southern hospitality. Guests said that the staff always greeted them with a warm smile and were glad to help with luggage.
There is no parking onsite but there is a municipal lot a couple blocks from the hotel. The staff will happily direct you to it upon check-in. However, several guests said there is often no free loading area in front of the hotel to unload your luggage.
Some of the rooms face a popular nearby bar which can be noisy on some evenings. In addition, some guests complained about the floors being too squeaky and the ceilings less than soundproof. If you're a light sleeper, you may want to ask for a quiet room, away from the street, and bring some earplugs along just in case.
Select rooms face the neighboring building's exterior wall. If a view is important to you, make sure to request that ahead of time.