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Nashville is known as the country music capital of the world, and that accolade shines through in its hotel decor and offerings. Whether you’re looking to catch a show at the Grand Ole Opry or you prefer to bar hop between honky-tonks, there’s a hotel in town that captures the heart and soul of Music City. From accommodations that are located within walking distance to the Country Music Hall of Fame, to properties where you can catch live music without ever leaving the lobby and even record your own album—Nashville’s got it all.
The Westin Nashville
The Westin Nashville is located close to Music City Center (the city’s convention complex) and walking distance to The Gulch, an upscale neighborhood with some of the best eateries. The hotel has 454 guest rooms ranging from a traditional room with a single King-sized bed to several suite options. There is also an on-site steakhouse and Rooftop Lounge as well as a day spa.
Release your inner John Wayne at Urban Cowboy. The boutique hotel has eight suites housed in a historic Victorian mansion, evoking the feel of a traditional bed & breakfast. While each suite is designed to have its own distinct personality, all are appointed with high ceilings and clawfoot tubs. Guests who enjoy the experience can also visit the company’s sister property in Brooklyn.
Kimpton Aertson Hotel
Located in Midtown, The Kimpton Aertson is a boutique hotel with a 4,000-square-foot spa, 24-hour fitness center and free high-speed WiFi across the property. Take one of the hotel’s public bikes on a spin around town, and then come back for a soak in the hotel’s seasonal rooftop pool (open from April to October).
Omni Nashville Hotel
Located right beside the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Omni Nashville Hotel offers an immersive experience for the music lover. The hotel has a rooftop pool and an on-site steak and chop house as well as a true southern restaurant. Don’t miss out on the hotel’s famous Biscuit Bar, which serves a variety of different biscuits over the course of the day.
Union Station Hotel
Nashville’s Union Station Hotel is the perfect mix of the past and the future. The luxury hotel offers all the bells and whistles that you expect from a luxury property while also offering you a glimpse into Nashville’s history. Each room in the hotel has a distinctive look, so no two stays at the property will ever feel the same.
The Germantown Inn
The Germantown Inn is located inside a two-story Federal-style home from 1865 that has been reconstructed into a ten-suite luxury inn. Located in one of the oldest buildings in Nashville, the inn offers a mix of current and vintage furniture in its rooms and original art. Each room offers a mix of old- and new-world amenities, such as Frette sheets and free WiFi.
Located in Nashville’s West End neighborhood near Music Row, the Hutton has 250 guest rooms and suites as well as its own on-site American restaurant, fully-equipped music studios, and a live-music venue that regularly hosts musicians new and old.