Haywood Park Hotel

1 Battery Park Avenue, Asheville, 28801, NC

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Formerly a corner department store in downtown Asheville, the Haywood Park is now a luxurious hotel with 33 oversized guestrooms. The historic hotel offers free valet and self-parking, free Wi-Fi, champagne at check-in, a small gift upon departure and fitness center. Guestrooms are outfitted with 43-inch flat-screen TV’s in the bedroom and 27-inch TV’s in the bathroom, iHome docking stations and a wet bar, mini-fridge and coffee maker, and are available in rooms with king beds with sofa beds or two queen beds with sofa beds. Superior Queen Suites, for example, have two queen beds and a spacious living area with a sofa bed, while Superior King Suites offer a curtained divider between the bedroom and living area, with a pull-out sofa bed. Lunch and dinner are provided daily in Isa’s Bistro, and breakfast and lunch are available daily at Haywood Park Café. Pets are welcome at this property.

Our Editor Loves

  • Pet-friendly
  • Spacious studio suites
  • Free Wi-Fi and parking

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Family Room 5+
  • Meal Plan
  • Onsite Dining


Great hotel


Great location within easy walking distance to everything the town has to offer. Spacious room, comfortable, clean, with wonderful bedding and amenities. Excellent service with valet parking and very friendly and helpful staff. Easy access to a very good restaurant and bar for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Overall a five-star. I highly recommend the Haywood Park Hotel in Asheville.

The Location is the best feature of this hotel

by komo5

The Haywood Park, formerly Ivey's Department Store, has an amazing central location and large rooms with loads of space. These are the highlights of the hotel, beyond that, the place is dated, dull and needs a thorough cleaning! I can totally appreciate the charm and history of the space, but found the mannequins in the common area of each floor a bit creepy. Our bathroom was surface clean but was far from sparkling with dated theater lighting and tacky silk flower arrangements covered in dust. The blanket placed at the bottom of our bed looked filthy and the xtra blanket in the closet was torn with what looked like a nail polish spill. These are not the things you should find at a $400 a night hotel.