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Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina Celebrates 5 Years With Special Packages and Offers

Indulge the Five Senses With Fine Dining and Wine at the Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville

ASHEVILLE, NC -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/14 -- While the traditional gift for a 5-year anniversary is wood, modern etiquette dictates silverware to be the token of choice. It is not surprising, then, that the Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville is celebrating its 5th anniversary with an array of dining-inspired Asheville hotel packages.

Throughout the entire year, the boutique hotel in Asheville, NC, part of The Kessler Collection's portfolio of artistically-inspired properties, is marking its Very Bohemian Fifth Anniversary Celebration with various packages and specials to delight the five senses.

With the Five-Year Anniversary Package for Two, guests can enjoy a luxury overnight experience with deluxe accommodations, gourmet breakfast, a five-course tasting menu at Red Stag Grill, a bottle of Kessler Collection wine, tickets to the Biltmore Estate and valet parking. Available through December 31, 2014 for $555, this Asheville hotel deal is the perfect opportunity to celebrate an anniversary of one's own, or simply spend a weekend in the peaceful Blue Ridge Mountains.

Locals and guests alike can participate in the festivities with celebrations on a smaller scale. At Red Stag Grill, a special five-course tasting menu for two, available for $155, indulges the senses with five signature dishes, a sumptuous five-layer red velvet cake and wine pairings with each course. Or, toast to the special occasion with the Five Rose Manhattan Cocktail ($12), handcrafted with Four Roses Bourbon, Carpano "Antica Formula" Sweet Vermouth, Orange Bitters and a petit rose garnish. The tasting menu and cocktail are available through June 2014 only, leaving just a short window for sampling these delectable creations.

The Red Stag Grill and Lounge are a dining destination in this historic neighborhood, pairing sultry sophistication with contemporary cuisine. At the restaurant, menu items focus on fresh, local ingredients, while the lounge offers an extensive list of wines by the glass and a lively ambience.

For more information or to make a reservation at the Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville, please visit www.bohemianhotelasheville.com, or call 828-505-2949 or toll-free 888-717-8756.

About the Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville
Set among the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and tucked within the historic Biltmore Village, the Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville offers a European lodge-inspired hideaway with an artistic edge. The Tudor-inspired hotel, steps from the famed Biltmore Estate, is a favorite with travel experts and publications, from guidebooks to luxury lifestyle magazines. Highlighting the best of the region is a focus here, where Red Stag Grill features regional flavors in its locally farmed cuisine, the Poseidon Spa offers naturopathic treatments and the hotel gallery features work from local artists. Original pieces can also be found in each of the 104 guest rooms, rustically decorated with antique fixtures, stone flooring and hand-carved furniture. While decor might be nostalgic, amenities are set in the present day and include a 37-inch LCD TV, complimentary high-speed Internet access, in-room dining and plush bedding. The lodge-like setting and European elegance create the perfect backdrop for business and social events, and this hotel near Biltmore estate offers more than 5,000 square feet of function space, including a ballroom that can host up to 200 guests.

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