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Pull a rocking chair up, grab a cup of our signature hot chocolate and listen to the fireplaces roar!
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Happy #weddingwednesday   to all of the beautiful brides-to-be! Our historic Country Club lends a wonderful, historic backdrop to the wedding you've dreamed about. #WW  
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It's beginning to look a lot like #Christmas around here!
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In 1944 the US Navy selected The Omni Grove Park Inn as a place for rest, relaxation and respite for its service men and women following the war. Today we honor all those who have served our great country, both past and present.

Thank you from all of us!
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This #sunset  was captured the other night from the #EDISON  Terrace by one of our talented staff members!
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We are very proud to partner with six local not-for-profits this holiday season:

~Children First/Communities in School
http://childrenfirstbc.org/

~Asheville City Schools Foundation
http://acsf.org/

~MANNA FoodBank + MANNA Packs for Kids
http://mannafoodbank.org/mannapacks

~Council on Aging of Buncombe County
http://www.coabc.org/

~Mission Children's Hospital
http://www.missionchildrens.org/

~Make-A-Wish Central & Western North Carolina
http://nc.wish.org/

From November 20, 2013 to January 2, 2014 these organizations will receive proceeds from our holiday parking charge. Please click below for more information.

http://grvprk.in/1hd17Fg
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Attention Future Brides! Check out this new digital wedding brochure, showcasing all of our unique and spectacular wedding offerings.

http://grvprk.in/19l6BKe

#WeddingWednesday #WW
View Grove Park Inn's customized wedding and event brochure designed by Hawthorn Publications. Also, get more information about the venue and its preferred vendors on eleGALA.com.
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Still looking for New Year's Eve plans in Asheville? Don't miss the timeless excitement at Elaine's Dueling Pianos! Join us as we ring in the new year with everyone's favorite hits and toast to the next 100 years! 

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One of our favorite traditions around the holidays is the Staff Holiday Chorus where associates from all areas of the resort gather each day in the Great Hall spread the holiday cheer and sing to our guests!
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The #RoamingGnome visited us for a Mountain View Massage in one of our exclusive Pagodas overlooking the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains. Now you can receive the same pampering as we have added availability for both resort and non-resort guests this Friday and Sunday. Book now and we'll give you a 10% discount. To book your treatment please call (877) 772-0747!
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Our leaves are in peak season and now you can get up close and personal with our new binoculars!
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Happy #ThrowbackThursday !   #TBT  
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290 Macon Ave Asheville, NC 28804
290 Macon AvenueUSNorth CarolinaAsheville28804
(828) 252-2711omnihotels.com
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Since 1913, The Omni Grove Park Inn has been one of the country's most celebrated resorts, offering 512 guest rooms, themed suites, award-winning dining, and a famed 18-hole Donald Ross golf course.
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Upon arrival, No one greeted us or offered to help with bags or even the door. Went inside and despite 3 EE's at front desk helping just 1 customer, no one offered to help. Finally got one EE to help but she "didn't have authorization to change our reservation" when I wanted to upgrade to a nicer room. Despite telling them that no one had even tried to help with bags, they let us struggle off to find our room/handle 7 pieces of luggage ourselves. Our room was on 3 rd floor but that's a ride DOWN because the lobby is on 8th floor??? Dogs barking at 6am but we rolled with it and didn't want the major hassle of packing back up and changing rooms. Bar and restaurant prices are way too high for the quality and level of service. Or: wife's tiny mimosa was maybe 4 oz of OJ/champ but was $13 before taxes and gratuities. On a positive note, the spa was big and nice if you don't mind climbing a lot of stairs. It also was $600+ for 3 ppl single treatments all in with auto/forced 30% gratuities. This place is seriously riding on its past laurels and is way overpriced and understaffed. (I started to take a pic of the meeting area worker playing with his cell). Meeting room prices apparently don't include table service(both breakfasts and dinners were self serve/buffets...nor do dishes get removed. They are too busy playing with their cellular devices. Not even coffee is served....a pitcher is slapped in the middle of the table. Asheville is ok but surely there are nicer places to stay closer to downtown / Biltmore/ attractions and/ or airport. I have 2 dogs, a cat and 2 hens at home but I don't think fine hotels and dogs go together and will not be sleeping ever again in the bed that a strangers dog slept in last night.
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Curtis Burnside
2 weeks ago
Ate at Vue 1931, my second time there in about 7 years. Food is excellent, service as well. The pricing has gone up significantly. As a local, I don't really look forward to paying tourist prices for drinks and meals. The Omni is a great hotel chain, I lived in Orlando for 30+ years and left due to the high prices and constant growth. Seems it followed us to Asheville. All in all this is a really nice place.... For the 1%... Don't ever forget it's all for sale folks, and it's all about the money and how much they can stick you for.
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DIrk Diggler
a month ago
Place was clean staff was friendly. No pool unless you pay $100 per person per day which sucked...View was great...I'm not into the piano bar scene so that was not fun...I also could see alot of bon fire gas fire pits which we had no access to as it was part of the spa. Fire alarm went off at 4am and they told us they were investigating it that took a half hour
Vanessa Litz
3 months ago
I absolutely love, love ,love the Grove Park. My husband and I were there this past Saturday. What a beautiful day it was. Sitting on the patio which looks out onto the mountains, was fabulous. I do how ever have a complaint. Grove Park needs to improve their cocktails. When I spend $14.00 for a Moscow Mule, I do expect it to be just as fabulous as my surroundings. Not so much. A Moscow Mule should have "real ginger" beer. This cocktail was weak and rather flavorless. I have had this sort of experience at the Grove Park in the past (before the Omni took over). So perhaps the powers that may be could improve upon this???
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Paula Brochowski
a month ago
Looking for entertainment that appealed to the over forty crowd, we visited Grove Park Inn. And we were sadly disappointed. The drinks served in the area where the piano bar was located were grossly overpriced, making it impossible for us normal folks living on Social Security to afford. The singer was mediocre and the pianist average. Not what one would expect considering the quality touted in other reviews. We went to dance, but the musical venue made that very difficult. We left after less than an hour and don't plan to return. As I said, very disappointing.
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Keller Williams Asheville-AVL Broker
a month ago
Awesome Spa! Worth spending the day. Great options on dining that locals enjoy as much as those staying here. Wonderful history. It's worth it just to take a stroll around the hotel and if it happens to be winter time, relax by those giant fireplaces in the great hall.
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Joe Kircher
5 months ago
I think everything and everyone for the most part was great! Great customer service, great ambience, the views are breathtaking! My only chief complaint is that the food is sub-par, very mediocre at best. My wife and I stayed a full 7 days and tried EVERYTHING on the menu, LITERALLY EVERYTHING! And there wasn't one thing that stood out at all to be honest. So if there is one area they could work on, to be considered an exquisite hotel, that would be to revamp their menu and perhaps hire a better Chef. We probably won't be back or even recommend this hotel based on the foods outrageous prices that are nowhere near the poor food quality.
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Camilla Peterson
6 months ago
If you manage to snag a rocking chair in front of their enormous fireplace you will be the happiest person in the world. Grove Park is best enjoyed in winter, partly for this reason. Gosh it's homely. Yet magnificent. Their gingerbread display in December is a Must for children and adults alike. And if you are in the mood for something slightly different in the evening, the piano bar can be a lot of fun.