The Inn on Biltmore Estate Suites & Rooms
A stay at The Inn on Biltmore Estate soothes the soul and rejuvenates the spirit. Inspired by George Vanderbilt’s legendary hospitality and Biltmore House’s gracious accommodations, the inn offers four-star and four-diamond luxury on Vanderbilt’s grand 8,000-acre historic estate.
Rooms and suites at the inn are designed to ensure a memorable stay. Windows open so guests can enjoy panoramic views of the estate and Blue Ridge Mountains, while savoring cool, crisp breezes. Accommodations at the inn include deluxe rooms with standard woodland views of the estate, premiere rooms with a separate bathtub and shower, terrace rooms on the ground level, and balcony rooms that overlook the estate.
Those looking for more amenities and space can reserve one of the inn’s nine suites.
- Grand luxury suite: The William A.V. Cecil Suite, named after George Vanderbilt’s grandson, is housed in the inn’s sixth floor turret. A wall of windows provides panoramic views of the Biltmore House, the estate’s woodlands and the Blue Ridge 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.
- The Edith Wharton and Henry James Suites: Named for the authors who frequently visited the Vanderbilt family and stayed at Biltmore House, these suites entice with spectacular views of the estate’s rustic beauty. 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.
- Junior Suites: The Dresser, Sloan, Webb and Pinchot Suites are a nod to some of George Vanderbilt’s dearest connections. 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.
- Estate Suites: These upper-floor suites offer gorgeous pastoral views of the French Broad River Valley. 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.
- Reservations for the guest rooms or suites can be made online at biltmore.com or by calling 866-336-1245.