When you stay at the luxurious, Hilton Downtown Nashville, you will be in good company. Most visiting movie and music stars stay in the same building! The Hilton Nashville Downtown hotel is the only AAA 4-Diamond full-service all-suite luxury hotel in Nashville Tennessee, and has been named *America*s Friendliest City* by Travel - Leisure magazine. Pets are welcome to stay at this grand hotel, for a fee of $75, and as long as they do not weigh over 75 lbs.
The Inn at Fontanel is one of Nashville's only farmhouse-inspired luxury hotels. This warm and inviting inn was created from Southern Living magazine's tradition of creating an annual Idea House in the South. In 2013, Fontanel was the magazine's chosen site, and the result is a highly acclaimed luxury boutique hotel. The inn offers six unique suites and a great room that allows guests to commune around an honor-system wet bar and complimentary breakfasts. The five-structure hotel is connected by 2,700 square feet of deck space with plush patio furniture and an overlook of stunning courtyards. The courtyard includes Porter's Pond with a bubbling fountain and waterfall.
This luxury hotel is the perfect stay for travelers who want to be near the hustle and bustle of downtown. The Renaissance Hotel is located within walking distance of The Ryman, Nashville's most renowned music venue. Plus, the hotel is just blocks away from trendy restaurants, mainstay honky tonk bars, live music, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and many outdoor attractions. Stretching 25 floors high, guest rooms offer picturesque views of the downtown Nashville skyline. Fitness buffs can enjoy an on-site gym and an indoor pool, and a Starbucks in the lobby provides morning and evening pick-ups. Best of all, this high-end hotel offers expedient check-in and check-out procedures, so you won't wait long to get into your posh room.
There's a reason why this unique Southern city leaves a lasting impression on the guests of the Hotel Indigo Nashville Downtown hotel. After a day at area museums, shopping, and touring Music City, travelers can spend the evening in Printer's Alley listening to the best in live music. The hotel's exquisite rooms and delightful amenities promise a terrific experience. Guests can savor an excellent meal in the 315 Bar And Grill or stop in for the nightly live entertainment and a favorite beverage. The courteous and friendly staff, inspired decor and boutique approach to hospitality offer all a warm Southern welcome!
Loew's Vanderbilt Hotel has been a part of Nashville's luxury hotel scene for more than 28 years. The hotel includes 340 guest rooms, 14 chart-topping suites, a luxurious fitness center, and on-site Southern dining. Mason's restaurant combines classic French cooking with traditional southern tastes, and the restaurant bar serves up incredible craft cocktails. Located in the West End area of Nashville, Loew's Vanderbilt Hotel is near the college and downtown Nashville, and it's just a short drive away from Nashville's incredible number of downtown attractions. This location is perfect for guests who want to explore multiple sides of the city.
Picturesquely situated on the banks of the Cumberland River, this landmark Nashville hotel is just a short jaunt from downtown Nashville. With their riverboat cruises aboard the General Jackson, patrons have the opportunity to see a view of the city most miss, on their ride into downtown. Inside the spatial hotel, are nine acres of indoor gardens, cascading waterfalls, indoor river with its very own boat, and their renowned cascades. Inside the resort are recently remodeled, luxuriant guest rooms and suites, upgraded fine-dining, decadent shopping, and a 20,000-square-foot spa and fitness center. Events, attractions and unique experiences make Opryland the perfect destination year-round.
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.
Located in the cozy West End neighborhood, the Hutton Hotel is a sophisticated, stylish addition to Nashville's list of hotel offerings. At the Hutton Hotel, rooms are all about comfort and relaxed elegance. Many rooms offer granite bathrooms, rain showers, plush bedding, flat screen televisions, gourmet coffee and tea options, and wireless Internet access. On the forefront of the green movement, the Hutton has green recycling programs for glass, paper, and plastics, as well as LED lighting. While the Hutton Hotel is within walking distance of attractions like Vanderbilt University, The Parthenon, and Music Row, the hotel offers a complimentary shuttle to downtown. If guests are looking for a night in, the locally beloved 1808 Grille offers incredible dining and drinks, and the on-site spa offers services ranging from massages to body scrubs to body wraps.
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.
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.