This was the first time I stayed at a hostel. It was very clean. The other people were a pleasure to talk with. The manager is super nice once you take the time to talk to her. She comes off as grouchy but once you talk her she's super friendly! I didn't run into any noise issues. I stayed there on a Sunday night, I was out till about 3am so when I came back everyone was quietly sleeping. I booked a private room. They have no windows, only the door, bed, a little shelf with clothes hooks, a sink, mirror, wooden chair, and a small nightstand. The bathrooms and shower rooms are coed. All in all it's a great place to stay its in a perfect location for the night owl like me. I will return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In a newly renovate historic building in the heart of downtown Asheville. We are a European style hostel and a great alternative to a hotel for travelers on a budget. Our beds start at $32 per night and we are clean and comfortable with friendly knowledgeable staff. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sweet Peas Hotel Asheville