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Conference Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore

Lilly-Asheville participants receive discounted rates on hotel rooms, free onsite parking, free WiFi in hotel rooms and meeting spaces at the DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore. 

DoubleTree Asheville-Biltmore

115 Hendersonville Road
Asheville, North Carolina 28803

(828) 274-1800

Click here to make a reservation*

*Group rate expires on July 13, 2024

Rooms & Rates

2 Double Beds-nonsmoking -  $159/night

1 King Bed with Sofabedd-nonsmoking - $159/night

1 King Mobility Accessible W/Bathtub nonsmoking - $159/night

The DoubleTree Hotel is in the heart of Asheville. They are only a block away from the enchanting historic shopping district of Biltmore Village, which boasts an exciting array of local restaurants, stores, and entertainment. Biltmore Estate is only 2 blocks away and home to the 250-room Biltmore House, wine-tasting, shops, restaurants, and outdoor activities the whole family-and even pets-will enjoy. Downtown Asheville is 2 miles away, and the Blue Ridge Parkway is 1 mile.


Overflow Hotel: Hampton Inn& Suites Asheville Biltmore Village

117 Hendersonville Road
Asheville, North Carolina 28803

(828) 277-1800

Travel Information 

Asheville Regional Airport (AVL): 12.6 miles from the conference venue. Airport shuttle is not available.  




From cruising the awe-inspiring Blue Ridge Parkway to discovering one-of-a-kind artwork in downtown galleries, Asheville, North Carolina is a treasure trove of attractions.


Biltmore EstateOnce the country estate of George Vanderbilt, Biltmore Estate is a sprawling, picturesque 8,000 acres and includes Biltmore House & Gardens and Antler Hill Village.


Biltmore VillageDesigned to resemble a quaint English country village and once home to the workers of Biltmore Estate, today Biltmore Village is a destination for chic shops and fine restaurants.


Downtown Asheville: Visit downtown Asheville, North Carolina for delicious dining, unique shopping, and buzzing nightlife.


Blue Ridge ParkwayPart of the National Park Service, the heavenly Blue Ridge Parkway is over 465 miles of scenic road. It begins in the south at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, travels through a portion of the Appalachian Mountains Chain, and wends its way up north to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Explore Asheville’s piece of the Parkway and visit the Folk Art Center at Milepost 382 or the Blue Ridge Parkway Visitors Center at Milepost 384.

Food and Wine's Recommendations says Asheville, coined the “Paris of the South,” is a melting pot of art, culture, architecture, spectacular beer and a food scene that rivals any city in the country. Click here to see their suggestions for places to check out.

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