Sleep Inn West
1918 Old Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC 28806
Phone: (828) 670-7600
Fax: (828) 670-1033
1918 Old Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC, US, 28806
- Phone: (828) 670-7600
- Fax: (828) 670-1033
Experience a slice of Asheville's music and nightlife scene when you step into The Get Down. One of the popular spots in West Asheville for a good time, this venue features local bands as well as nationally touring bands in a well-equipped space. There are also good drinks served here, so you don't have to head out if you feel thirsty. Call to know more.
If you have always dreamed about a cinema that also offers beer, wine and a great dining experience, this is just the place for you. Cinebarre gives the term 'dinner and a movie' a whole new meaning. The screening rooms have been designed to include tables and chairs so that moviegoers can now dine while watching the show. For more information, do check out their website.
This lovely establishment is a cafe, bar and entertainment venue all rolled into one. Hosting original productions, you'll find anything and everything from stand-up comedies, poetry readings and one-man skits to theatrical productions, concerts and performance art. The Field offers brunch, lunch and dinner and each menu has enough tasty choices that it'll make it difficult to decide what to order.
Up-and-coming local artists are transforming old factories and warehouses along the French Broad River. The Studio Stroll is the perfect opportunity to learn to throw a pot, work with steel, and paint with watercolors. Artists will show you the secrets of their trades.
The Grey Eagle is a famed event space that is popular for the sheer variety of music programs it hosts. Take your pick from the bluegrass, jazz and blues events offered at this acoustically well-equipped venue. The in-house restaurant, Twin Cousin, serves delectable Cajun cuisine and is sure to keep your hunger pangs in check during event nights. The venue can also be hired for hosting private parties or business events. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
Antler Hill Village and Winery sits on the highly-acclaimed property of Biltmore Estate. There's the Outdoor Adventure Center where visitors who want to see the Biltmore Estate and the Appalachian Mountains from a different perspective can find tours ranging from ride-along Land Rover expeditions to horseback riding tours. A wide-range of outdoor classes are also held here including clay pigeon shooting courses and a fly-fishing school. Whether you're looking for something light or more substantive there are a number of different restaurants located here including Cedric's Tavern for pub fare or the Arbor Grill for a casual meal.
This center's main aim is to promote new talent, and offer a platform for those who need to show off their skills. It also strives to bring the community closer through various cultural dance and music concerts. Make sure to attend some of these shows; they are a delight to watch. The venue is beautiful and large, and can accommodate a huge crowd. They have state-of-the-art sound and light effects, alongside other facilities that enhance the overall experience. Check website for event details.
The Thomas Wolfe Auditorium at the Asheville Civic Center is the place to be if you are a true music and dance lover. The auditorium is huge, with state-of-the-art sound and light facilities. Come by to watch all kinds of concerts and shows that will enthrall and captivate you. The Center not only promotes upcoming talent, but also brings together the community as a whole. It is a wonderful place to spend your evenings and to have a good time. Check website for event details.
Established in 1938, this Woolworth store showcases around 160 artists. From Appalachian to contemporary styles, there is an appeal to residents, newcomers, and tourists. The artists of Woolworth Walk are independent licensees providing a wide array of arts and crafts including decorative art and jewelery. In addition, a fully functional soda fountain can be found. Operating in its original location and serving many original items including club sandwiches and old fashioned ice cream sodas, this feature completes the Woolworth Walk experience.
McCormick Field is primarily a baseball park and home to the minor league Ashville Tourists. Built in 1924 and sitting a good way up on one of the city's hills thus providing a great scenic view. Renovated, the ball park is modernized but still has the authentic charm of ball parks of yore.
The U.S. Cellular Center, located in downtown Asheville, is the city’s leading venue for conventions, trade shows and live entertainment. The ExploreAsheville.com Arena is one of four venues in its premises. This indoor basketball stadium can seat up to 7,2000 visitors and features state-of-the-art amenities. In addition to professional basketball tournaments and sporting events, it plays host to myriad concerts like those of Bob Dylan and Foster the People.
North Carolina Stage Company in downtown Asheville has been voted Asheville's Best Local Theater for three years in a row. This is testimony enough to the theater for their hosting of excellent plays, comedies, dramas, acts and classics. Encouraging talent and art in Asheville for years, NC ensures great viewing pleasure and a beautiful theater experience you won't forget.