Where to Stay in Asheville // Hotel Indigo Downtown

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Wondering where to stay in Asheville, North Carolina? There are several hotels in downtown Asheville but I really love Hotel Indigo. I first stayed in a Hotel Indigo in Sarasota which I equally loved. I’m not always the biggest fan of chain hotels but Hotel Indigo attempts to bring a little of the local atmosphere to their locations.

My friend and I headed to Asheville for essentially a girls’ weekend and to eat vegan food. We succeeded without a doubt. Three nights was nearly enough time in Asheville but we loved every second of it and staying at Hotel Indigo Asheville was a big reason behind that!


The Hotel

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Welcome to the beautiful Hotel Indigo in Asheville!

We arrived really late at night – I think almost midnight – so I didn’t really look around. I took my photos of the room and passed out really quick. The next morning, I was really able to walk around and explore the hotel and actually appreciate it.

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When you arrive, you’ll pull up to the front door where the valet will take your car and help you unload your luggage (valet is required at the hotel). Inside, you’ll be greeted by the very friendly staff who will get you checked in super fast so you can get to your room. On the main floor, you’ll also find the bar, cafe and dining area.

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Read reviews for Hotel Indigo Asheville.

The Room

The room was absolutely wonderful! The room was spacious, the bed was very comfortable, and the bathroom open and modern with a huge walk-in shower. You’ll also find a mini-fridge, toiletries, a coffee machine and more.

My favorite part was the view though – equal parts of downtown Asheville and of the mountains! The perfect mixture of what Asheville is – a charming mountain town.

WHERE TO STAY IN ASHEVILLE

WHERE TO STAY IN ASHEVILLE

WHERE TO STAY IN ASHEVILLE

WHERE TO STAY IN ASHEVILLE

WHERE TO STAY IN ASHEVILLE


Amenities

  • OneFIFTYone Boutique Bar & Kitchen
  • Small selection of ready-t0-go food items available 24 hours
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Stations
  • Meeting Room
  • Concierge Service
  • Convenient valet parking with 24-hour service and unlimited in/out privileges. ($18 per vehicle, per day)
  • Dog Friendly

Sustainability

Hotel Indigo had a few eco-practices in place that I really loved.

Skip Housecleaning // they made several points to skip house cleaning to conserve and be more eco-friendly.

Hydration Station // use those refillable water bottles at the hydration station conveniently located around the hotel.

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Location

Hotel Indigo is conveniently located right off the interstate and within walking distance to all of downtown. We walked everywhere we went except to go hiking and to one of the restaurants!


Price

Hotel Indigo is definitely reasonably priced. Rooms run $145-$165 and you can get some great deals through Booking.com as well.


What to Pack for Asheville

Stretch Pants (you’ll need for all that delicious food you’ll be eating!)
Vegan Hiking Boots (there is no shortage of hiking)
Pacsafe Cross Body Purse (I love my Pacsafe products and would highly recommend using them when traveling)
Comfortable Shoes (my feet tend to hurt pretty easily and these are the best shoes I’ve had in a while for walking a lot)

Want to stay at Hotel Indigo? Find a great deal here or read reviews here.
Need recommendations on what to eat in Asheville? 
Vegan Guide coming soon!
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A huge thank you to Hotel Indigo Asheville for sponsoring this post and for providing a wonderful, albeit, short stay in Asheville. As always, all opinions are my own and I will never promote something I don’t personally use and believe in, regardless of who foots the bill.

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7 Comments

  1. Karen

    April 11, 2018 at 12:51 PM

    Definitely could have used some stretch pants for all the eating I did on my recent visit as well. Wish the Pact brand came in plus sizes. I’ll try out that bag too. I like Baggalinni brand as well. Those Clark’s do look comfy! I did an Asheville review too: http://www.dixieflapper.com/asheville

    • Ashley Hubbard

      April 12, 2018 at 9:58 AM

      Ohh looks like you had a great time in Asheville as well! I really loved that Good Vibes art as well 🙂

  2. Jenn and Ed Coleman

    April 14, 2018 at 6:41 PM

    I think you have Ashville nailed when you say it’s a combination of a beautiful city with the mountains as a backdrop. I haven’t been yet but it’s so high up on my list. It just seems so cool there. Hotel Indigo seems like a great hub to explore the city.

  3. Cat Lin

    April 16, 2018 at 4:02 PM

    I like their Skip Housecleaning practice. I have seen this in the Sheraton hotels as well. That is a great way to incentivize people to be more sustainable!

  4. Allison Wong

    April 18, 2018 at 9:29 AM

    Such a lovely hotel! The hydration station is quite a good idea to reduce plastic bottles waste. Glad you had a wonderful stay there.

  5. Susan Ripley

    April 18, 2018 at 7:17 PM

    I’ve been meaning to get to Asheville – so this post is helpful. What a chic hotel, love the sleek design. And also great it has a view of those mountains I’ve heard so much about!

  6. Julianne

    April 19, 2018 at 8:27 PM

    We’re hoping to visit Asheville in the fall (fingers crossed), and this looks like the perfect place to stay! I love their eco-friendly policies, like the Hydration Station. Love the colors of the room (do I see purple?) – so sleek and modern. Thanks for the rec!

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