BOONE NC BOUTIQUE HOTEL & ROOFTOP LOUNGE
Boone’s only boutique hotel and rooftop bar – indulge with custom wood slab furniture & bedding, experience stunning views, socialize at the cocktail parlor and share small plates with us at the only downtown luxury Boone hotel.
Featuring 15 uniquely decorated guest rooms with king or queen beds, luxurious suites overlooking King Street and Boone, pet friendly rooms, and amenities that you’ll find nowhere else to make your stay in Boone one you’ll never forget.
LOBBY LOUNGE HOURS
Monday-Friday: 4pm - 10pm Last Call
Saturday-Sunday: 12pm - 10pm Last Call
ROOFTOP BAR HOURS
Friday: 4pm - 10pm Last Call (Dependent Upon Weather)
Saturday-Sunday: 12pm - 10pm Last Call (Depending Upon Weather)
BOONE'S ONLY BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Walk to Everything in Downtown Boone
We are proud to be the only boutique hotel & rooftop bar in downtown Boone. Located on King Street across from the iconic Mast General Store, you can’t beat our walkable location. All of Boone’s restaurants, shopping, and the Appalachian State Campus are within blocks. The Horton Hotel combines the rich history of Boone with the comforts and fine amenities of a boutique hotel.
Stunning Mountain Views
Enjoy breathtaking views of Howard’s Knob, Appalachian State, and downtown Boone from our rooftop bar & hotel. Cozy up next to our fire pit and sip a handmade craft drink while taking in the beauty of the mountains or relax in one of our 15 new guest rooms. We believe in preserving our rich local history and each of our hotel rooms are uniquely decorated and reflect the local vibe.
Built by H.W. Horton in the 1920s, our historical building honors the traditions of our small town while providing a unique boutique experience. The original Horton building was both a Studebaker dealership and a Spainhour’s Department Store. We aim to continue the Horton legacy as a great place to gather and enjoy friends, drinks, views, and the finer things.
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