Enjoy a Relaxing, Sophisticated Getaway at Nashville's Best Luxury Hotels

If you like to travel extravagantly, Nashville has plenty of posh hotels where you can rest your head at night. After all, you can't go wrong with plush bedding, extravagant towels, high-end bathrooms, on-site fitness gyms, and incredible vistas of downtown Nashville. Of course, Music City has plenty of attractions outside of its hotel lobbies, but if you're in need of a relaxing getaway, luxurious places to stay like the Hermitage Hotel, Omni Hotel, Hutton Hotel and more offer spa services, award-winning dining, incredible bars, and other high-end amenities. 

Nashville's best hotels range from historic luxury to new, sophisticated options. No matter what style suits you, these options will allow you to visit Music City in the most comfortable, stylish ways possible. During your stay, be sure to try the award-winning dining and drinking options at these fine hotels, and enjoy the ability to walk to some of Music City's most notable attractions. From many of these hotels, guests can walk to family honky tonk bars, live music venues, notable Nashville dining, and gorgeous outdoor attractions. The next time you're planning a trip to Music City, you can't go wrong by booking a room at one of these stylish, sophisticated hotels.




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...  Read More

The Inn At Fontanel
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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...  Read More



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...  Read More

Hotel Indigo Nashville
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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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  Read More

Hillsboro Village


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,...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  Read More


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