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As one of the top attractions in Asheville that continues to grow with new additions and so forth the Biltmore Estate and Winery needs its own thread.  Along with the booming Biltmore Village area that continues to attract tourists and locals alike and new hotel growth.   Some of the estate today and though I have been many times I have not seen this new Antler Village development behind the winery. 

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More of the estate and the Biltmore train exhibit near the Winery and Antler Hill village. 

Photos from this week in Biltmore Village which has great shopping, restaurants and hotels right outside the gate of the Estate.   

couple of photos from Biltmore Estate yesterday.  this is the biggest attraction in Asheville and these 2 months are the  busiest.  This is the busiest I have seen the estate since the pandemic starte

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2 hours ago, nicholas said:

^Who approved that Home 2 Suites??? Looks terrible next to the rest of Biltmore Village.

I don't know but that is where I stayed.  It is on the other side of the tracks from the rest of the village and in a floodplain as the first floor and reception is a up a floor with parking underneath. 

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I don't know but that is where I stayed.  It is on the other side of the tracks from the rest of the village and in a floodplain as the first floor and reception is a up a floor with parking underneath. 
It is indeed a flood plain and that does put some constraints on what can be done- but others have dealt with it more tastefully, like the building with Williams-Sonoma and such, or even downright expertly - like the Grand Bohemian. That building pulls it off like sorcery.

In contrast, the Home2 Suites is technically not in Biltmore Village proper, so it tries to get away with a flood-tolerant design done on the cheap.
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19 hours ago, Phillydog said:

I love that the Railway exhibit has a model of the Michigan Grand Terminal in Detroit.   One of the best examples of ruin porn.

Makes me want to visit Detroit again to see it in person.  

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