All our favorite Nashville hotels have one thing in common and that is offering guests something special that is unique to their Nashville Music City USA locale.
6 Nashville Hotels That Will Strike A Chord With Country Music Lovers
The Eco-friendly Hall of Fame
The Hutton is greener than most of Tennessee put together–the eco-friendly hotel has hybrid courtesy cars, bamboo flooring, laundry water recycling, and reclaimed wood furnishings among a very long list of other planet-friendly details. The hotel boasts of the most comfortable beds in Nashville, so your stay will qualify as the most comfortable way anyone has ever saved the planet.
Everything is Bigger in Nashville
The Gaylord Opryland may be the most outrageous resort outside of Las Vegas–There’s shopping, dozens of restaurants, bars lounges and nightclubs. There’s also boat tours inside the hotel, a tropical forest and a 5-acre atrium. There is so much to see, do and eat on the grounds of the 26th biggest hotel in the world that you may never see the hallowed halls of the Grand Ole Opry, which is too close by to be missed. Start planning your pilgrimage to the mecca of country music.
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Couple Miles from Music Row
The Hampton Inn & Suites is traditionally furnished and has complimentary hot breakfasts and WIFI in every room, like many Nashville hotels. See here if you’re interested in making it a date!
Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville Green Hills
The Million Dollar Hermitage
The Hermitage Hotel opened in 1910 as Nashville’s first million-dollar hotel and established itself as the home of socialites, entertainers and politicians ever since.The hotel is Tennessee’s only Forbes Five-Star hotel and AAA Five Diamond hotel. Not only will you be rubbing shoulders with local and visiting country music superstars, but you’ll enjoy locally sourced and sustainable veggies and grass-fed beef from their partnership with Double H Farms in Dickson County. You don’t really need to eat anywhere other than the onsite restaurant, the Capitol Grille. Hot tip: Check out the men’s restroom for a historical treat: it’s art deco themed black and teal masterpiece. If that sounds alluring, see here for more information.
The Hermitage Hotel
Just passin’ on through Nashville
This stunning hotel in the heart of Nashville opened in 1900 as a railway station that saw characters like Mae West and Al Capone pass through–on trains of course! Today you can stay at the sumptuous Romanesque landmark the Union Station Hotel and enjoy the 65 foot lobby ceiling with stained glass and gold leaf, the marble floors, limestone fireplaces and oak accents.
Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection
Historic Speakeasy Feel
The live music in the speakeasy inspired lobby every night will have you tappin’ your feet to the rhythm before you even check into your room in the Indigo Nashville, housed in the historic American Trust and Nashville Buildings. The Indigo is actually just a few minutes away from the Entertainment district in Nashville, where you’ll find all the best music. You’ll be able to search entertainment listing from the comfort of your bed since there is free WIFI in every room!