Love is in the Asheville Air

Jan 29, 2020 | Last Updated Mar 11, 2021
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Valentine’s Day is on February 14th, and The Residences at Biltmore wants to help make it as romantic as possible. We can’t think of a better Valentine’s Day present than spending a couple of nights in one of our suites, cuddling by the stacked stone fireplace with a glass of wine, and enjoying a private in-room couple’s massage or spa service by our professional technicians.

If you reserve a suite with us for two or more consecutive nights during the month of February, you’ll receive a discount on a Signature Treatment, Couple’s Package, or a Full Body Massage. Contact our 24-hour concierge staff to schedule your appointment, or fill out the form on our website. We recommend scheduling your spa experience at least a week before your stay, so don’t wait!

If you’d rather get out of your room and experience what Asheville has to offer, we’ve got plenty of ideas for that, too. 


Downton Abbey: The Exhibition is still on display until April 7. It’s an immersive, interactive exhibit that features clothing, props, settings, and more from and about the PBS series. Needless to say, it’s a must for any fan. 

Valentine’s Day Dinner at Bistro - On Feb. 14 and 15, enjoy a 4-course feast at the estate’s charming casual restaurant. Items on the menu include petite filet, butter-poached lobster, pan-seared halibut, desserts, wine, and more. Reservations are required by calling (828) 225-6230. See the full menu here.

Wine and Roses Dinner and Dance at Deerpark - Enjoy a 3-course dinner for two on Feb. 14 at the Deerpark restaurant on the estate. In addition to a sparkling wine reception with canapes, each couple will receive a bottle of wine, and there will be live music and dancing. Reservations are required for this event, as well. Call 800-411-3812 to save your spot. 

Around Town

The North Carolina Arboretum

Sweets with Your Sweetie - During the weekend of Feb. 14-16, enjoy a hot cocoa bar and guided hike through the Arboretum, with a focus on the regions’ birds. The event is part of the “Love Birds” celebration. Each day’s event runs from 9 a.m. -  5 p.m., with hikes beginning at 1.  

Diana Wortham Theatre

Watch Flamenco Vivo and Carlota Santana perform the Spanish traditional dance. A special V.I.P. tablao performance featuring a special drink and hors d’oeuvres package takes place Feb. 14. at 6 p.m., followed by a performance at 8. Tickets are available on the theatre’s website. 

Odyssey ClayWorks

Reenact that scene from Ghost at the Valentine’s Day Pottery for Couples event Feb. 14, 15, and 16 from 7-9 p.m. Drink some wine, eat some chocolates, and get a little dirty while working on a piece of clay. Register for the special class on the studio’s website. 


Not a big fan of the day of love? Board the LaZoom “Kiss My Axe! Bus Tour” on Feb. 13. The purple bus ride includes champagne, live music by The Lousy Lovers, and the comedy stylings of the LaZoom hosts. The bus will travel to the Axeville Throwing Club, where passengers will enjoy ax-throwing, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres. 

Call for more information: 1-888-786-3648



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