Best Western opens new Glo property in Asheville, N.C.

The Glo Asheville Tunnel Road is located near The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C. Photo credit: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

Best Western Hotels & Resorts continued the expansion of its suburban boutique hotel brand, Glo, with a new opening in Asheville, N.C.

Glo Asheville offers 72 guestrooms, a fitness center, indoor pool, breakfast area and lobby with modern finishes.

“We are excited to celebrate the arrival of our contemporary and inviting Glo brand in Asheville,” Ron Pohl, SVP/COO for Best Western Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement. “Asheville is known for its vibrant arts scene and its historic architecture, and Glo fits perfectly, complementing the area and giving travelers an inviting and contemporary experience. We are delighted to come together with our trusted partner and experienced developer, HP Patel, president of Krish Hospitality, to launch the first Glo property in Asheville.”

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Located at 509 Tunnel Road, the hotel is near attractions including The Biltmore Estate, which is America’s largest home and was built by George Vanderbilt. Glo Asheville is within a short distance of downtown, which is host to independent shops, farm-fresh eateries, breweries and tap-houses, historic sites and entertainment.

“I am thrilled to introduce the unique and modern Glo brand to Asheville, North Carolina,” Patel said. “Glo is a true depiction of today’s Best Western and I’m excited to be a part of the company’s innovative growth trajectory. I’m confident that this property will be a great asset to the community as a whole, and I’m excited to see what the future has in store here.”

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