Suites at Inn on Biltmore Estate
Relax in spacious, well-appointed suites with beautiful views of the estate. Indulge in luxurious baths, exceptional service, and attention to detail. Each of our guest suites feature exemplary room appointments.
Grand Luxury Suite:
William A.V. Cecil Suite
Considered the inn's ultimate accommodation, this suite is named for George Vanderbilt's grandson and current owner of Biltmore. Housed in the sixth floor turret, its wall of windows offers sweeping vistas of Biltmore House, surrounding woodlands, and mountains.
The 1,400-square-foot suite includes a king-sized bed, spacious living room, dining area, wet bar, pantry, and optional connecting room. Amenities include two plasma televisions, jetted tub, separate shower, and safe.
Wharton Suite and James Suite
The Wharton Suite, on the sixth floor, and the James Suite, on the fifth floor, are named for 19th-century literary figures who were friends of George Vanderbilt and visited him at the estate: Edith Wharton and Henry James. Both suites offer spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
Each 1,200-square-foot suite includes a king-sized bed, generous living area, wet bar, and pantry. Amenities include two plasma televisions, jetted tub, separate shower, and safe.
Dresser, Sloane, Webb, and Pinchot Suite
The fourth and fifth floors contain four one-bedroom suites with curved walls of windows that overlook dramatic mountain vistas. These suites are named after George Vanderbilt's wife Edith Stuyvesant Dresser, his niece Adele Sloane Burden, his sister Lila Vanderbilt Webb, and his friend Gifford Pinchot, who managed Biltmore's forests and later was elected governor of Pennsylvania.
Each 800-square-foot suite includes a king-sized bed and generous living area. Two suites offer optional connecting rooms. Amenities include two plasma televisions, jetted tub, separate shower, and safe.
Sargent Suite and Burghley Suite
Admire the pastoral views of the French Broad River Valley from these upper floor suites. The Sargent Suite takes its name from John Singer Sargent, a close friend of George Vanderbilt who painted several family portraits in Biltmore's collection. The Burghley Suite honors England's Lord Burghley, an ancestor of John Cecil, Cornelia Vanderbilt Cecil’s husband.
Each 900 square-foot suite includes a king-sized bed, generous living area, over-sized bathroom, and optional connecting rooms. Amenities include two plasma televisions, wet bar with refrigerator, jetted tub, separate shower, and safe.
To reserve your suite—click here or call 866-336-1245.
*Please note, our suites are unique rooms and boast different layouts. Virtual tours are representative and are not exact replicas of all the listed suites.