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Jonas Gerard Fine Art, WNC Nature Center, Asheville Art Museum — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Marion. And with 79 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Location and Hotel Staff, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.


Hotels in Marion

Jonas Gerard Fine Art, WNC Nature Center, Asheville Art Museum — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Marion. And with 79 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Location and Hotel Staff, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.


Getting to Marion

The most direct path to Marionis through Asheville Regional Airport and Transylvania County Airport.


Arts and culture in Marion

Some of Marion's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Asheville Art Museum and Thomas Wolfe Memorial or Jonas Gerard Fine Art while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at The Village Book Shoppe, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

University of North Carolina Asheville draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Where to shop in Marion

Kill some time in Marion by doing some serious window shopping or picking up a whole new look. Check out the clothing, accessories and gifts at Mcdowell Square Shopping Center, Peebles and Peebles.

Check out the newest smartphones, gadgets and tech accessories at Blue Mountain Computers and Echo Data Systems.


What to do in Marion

Whether you're looking for some family-friendly fun or a little release from the everyday, you'll likely find it in Marion. Bring the brood to the theaters at United Artists Beaucatcher Cinemas 7 or the slick bowling lanes at AMF Star Lanes for some good, old-fashioned fun. McCormick Field invites sports fans of all ages to hang out for an afternoon and fill up on snacks.

Anew Salon and Spa is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.


Where to eat in Marion

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Marion, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Zaxby's and Waffle House to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


Getting to Marion

The most direct path to Marionis through Asheville Regional Airport and Transylvania County Airport.


Where to eat in Marion

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Marion, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Zaxby's and Waffle House to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


Best times to visit Marion

What do February, January and March have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Marion. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 41% in February, 37% in January, and 35% in March, on average.


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4.0

Days Inn Asheville/Tunnel Road & I-40

nice hotel in the mountains

This is a lovely hotel with interior corridors, comfortable, clean and peaceful. Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway . The staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is good but the breakfast area is a too small when the hotel is full as it was when I was there. I will stay there again!

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3 months ago

5.0

Posh Boutique Hotel

Perfect Location!

This beautiful, huge condo was perfect! When we opened the door, we gasped at both the beauty and size of this beautiful condo. It looked just like the pictures! Our unit had a fireplace which turned on with a flip of the switch. The kitchen looked like ones featured in magazines and the bedrooms were large with comfortable beds. We walked to shops and restaurants within a couple of minutes through the charming Biltmore Village. Biltmore Estates, a MUST SEE, was a short 3 minute drive across the highway. It's also just a 6 minute drive to Asheville. We will definitely come back the next time we are in the area.

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5 days ago

5.0

Princess Anne Hotel & Breakfast

Great location to ALL Asheville points of interest

This was a long Christmas weekend to celebrate someone's birthday and we recommended Princess Anne, since we had stayed once before. It is perfectly located equidistant from Grove Park Inn and Biltmore Village and downtown. Staff is the nicest, breakfasts taste wonderful and the complimentary wine and snacks in the afternoon are such a nice touch!

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2 months ago

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The Residences at Biltmore

VERY NICE AND WARM

IT WAS HARD TO FIND THE CHECKIN ....IT WAS IN FRONT ON THE SECOND LEAVEL ..I THINK THAT IS WHAT US ALL WIERD DIDNT EXCPECT IT ON THE SECOND LEVEL BUT AFTER WE CHECKED IN IT WAS AWESOME THE BILTMORE WAS JUST DOWN THE STREET SO CLOSE YOU COULD WALK IT, BUT I WOULD NOT.

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3 weeks ago