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Nashville's 10 Best Hotels to Book near LP Field



Whether you are looking for a place to stay while supporting the home team as they take on the Tennessee Titans, or need downtown digs during one of the city's amazing festivals like the annual CMA Festival, Nashville's hotels offer everything a visitor could need. Access to some of the city's best restaurants is not a problem - if these spots don't have one or two or four great options to grab a bite to eat, they are all near some of the best restaurants in town. Entertainment is certainly not an issue - musical landmarks, rollicking watering holes and iconic historical markers like the Ryman Auditorium all converge within blocks of each other so that whether LP Field is the destination, or some place else, it can all be supplemented with some amazing Nashville experiences without ever moving the car. In fact, if these hotels offer anything at all, it is convenience. Each of these hotels is within walking distance of the stadium, some closer than others, but these all offer a wonderful place to stay in and watch the game live if the feeling strikes or the weather disagrees with a good time. Sports bars pulse during the game, and just doors away whiskey and music offer consolation or celebration, depending on the outcome of the game. 


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The Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Downtown is a breath-taking, century-old high-rise set in the heart of the city's historic/entertainment district. Within walking distance to the entertainment district of Broadway and 2nd Avenues, this centrally located Courtyard is perfect for those wanting to be in the heart of downtown Nashville. On the higher end of Nashville's affordable hotels, the Courtyard not only offers a great location, but updated amenities and comforts. There's a new fitness room, plush upscale room decor, and dining at The Bistro in the new state-of-the-art lobby. The hotel has flexible spaces to work or relax and free Wi-Fi throughout, a business library and easy access to news, weather and airport conditions via their GoBoard®.




Value-seeking travelers love this newer property for the complimentary breakfast and wireless service as well as for the location, conveniently situated within walking distance to the pedestrian bridge that leads to Tennessee Titan games and all of downtown's most popular attractions and venues. It isn't a luxury property, but well-managed and maintained with prices that leave a little more leeway for fun just steps outside the door. Contemporary design and like-new furnishings combined with options like balconies or whirlpool tubs also make this a family favorite. A complimentary breakfast gives guests enough fuel to take on just enough sight-seeing before one of the nearby restaurants beckons.




Located less than one mile from LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, visitors to Music City can get the best of all downtown has to offer, right at their fingertips at the recently renovated Clarion. Visitors will have easy access to places where they can indulge in retail therapy, eat fine dining and much more. Local landmarks like the Ryman, Country Music Hall of Fame and Ernest Tubb Record Shop are also nearby. Each guest room comes complete with a flat-screen television, microwave, refrigerator, hair dryer and iron, and everyone has access to wi-fi throughout the hotel. An indoor pool, on-site fitness center and 24-hour business center make it even more user friendly.


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This restored 1900s railway station has been renovated into a 125-room boutique hotel. While guests can stay in the height of luxury in rooms decked out with pillow-top mattresses, triple sheets, walk-in showers, garden tubs, and marble bathrooms, many visitors find themselves wanting to spend hours in the lobby. The 65-foot stained glass barrel-vaulted ceiling, second-floor balcony, fireplaces, and cozy seating are reminiscent of an old railway station. Grab a glass of wine at the hotel bar, and enjoy the luxurious surroundings. If you slip out of the hotel's side door, you'll find yourself just blocks away from the Frist Art Museum, local dining at Cummins Station, honky tonk bars on Lower Broadway, and other Nashville attractions. This locally-owned hotel is now a part of the Marriot group--a bonus for frequent travelers who want to earn points and other perks while enjoying a luxurious stay in Nashville.


This new addition to the Nashville skyline is just one block from the newly-constructed Music City Convention Center and within walking distance to Nashville's famous Honky Tonk Row. And of course sports fans will have no problem with the convenient downtown location, with both LP Field and Bridgestone Arena each less than a mile away. Guests will also enjoy amenities like valet parking - a rising need downtown, as well as complimentary breakfast, specialty coffees and a full bar with spirits, beer and wine. The hotel itself features 255 large, modern suites with separate sitting and sleeping areas, mini fridges, 42 inch flat panel TVs, a media center and free wi-fi.




The Sheraton Downtown Hotel is within walking distance of the historic sights of Nashville, just steps from electrifying nightlife and superior dining. It's the perfect place to stay if you plan to take in a Tennessee Titans game. Comfort is the name of the game, and The Sheraton Downtown has recently renovated its 472 spacious guest rooms, upgrading to brand-new Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds that promise a peaceful night's relaxation. The hotel offers such amenities as complimentary wireless and wired Internet access, on-site fitness center, and cushy complimentary bathrobe. Unwind, recharge, and refresh at The Sheraton Downtown Hotel, where pleasure is their motto.




The Renaissance Hotel is advantageously located in downtown Nashville's business district. It's conveniently situated for patrons who desire to be in walking distance of renowned music venue, the Ryman, nearby trendy restaurants, and live music venues. Offering an expedient check-in and check-out, the courteous staff aims to please twenty-four hours a day. Majestic views offer picturesque scenery for the rooms along the 25 floors. Starbucks in the lobby provides a morning pick-me-up, or evening treat and the on-site restaurant, Commerce Street Grille, offers traditional southern fare. There's a grand conference area for business meetings and functions, an on-site gym for fitness buffs on-the-go, and an indoor pool for children of all ages.




When you stay at the luxurious, Hilton Downtown Nashville, you will be in good company. This centrally-located hotel has undergone some major renovations lately, maintaining its place as one of the most impressive places to stay when experiencing Nashville. In fact, when their amazing lobby overhaul will be complete by October 2014, guests will be able to fully enjoy all the work that has gone into it without any pesky construction going on. All 330 suites have gotten a beautiful facelift, as have the new Executive Lounge and grand fireplace. There are also four on-site dining options, including the cozy Marketstreet and Parkview Caf?-- in the atrium Lobby. And you can't go wrong with succulent steaks at The Palm Steakhouse.




From the moment you step inside this five-star hotel, you'll be greeted with beautiful vaulted ceilings, gourmet coffee and treats, and a cozy chair in front of a fireplace. This historic hotel was constructed in 1908, named after Andrew Jackson's Hermitage estate. In short, a stay at the Hermitage is an experience of luxurious history. As one of the South's top rated hotels, rooms the Hermitage offer plush bedding, towels, and robes, marble bathrooms, Molton Brown bath gels and soaps, and complimentary WiFi. Don't miss the chance to eat at the hotel's Capitol Grille restaurant--one of the top rated restaurants in the south. The hotel's Oak Bar is also a can't-miss experience, with elegant cocktails and a warm atmosphere.




This luxury hotel is situated right in the heart of Music City. The Omni Nashville is located adjacent to the Music City Convention Center, and it's an expansion of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Located on 5th Avenue and Korean Veterans Boulevard, the Omni is just blocks away from the sights and sounds of Lower Broadway. Visitors can enjoy clean, spacious rooms at the hotel, as well as signature dining and bars, and a specialty spa at the hotel. But when twilight falls, guests are just blocks away from local dining, honky tonk bars, live music, and historic Nashville attractions like The Ryman.


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