This Victorian cottage bed and breakfast is a welcome change of pace in the heart of Music Row. Its three rooms offer a quiet view of a lovely Victorian garden. Each room includes a private bath, feather bed and cable TV. Restaurants and shops are close, in the popular Hillsboro area, and a short five-minute drive puts you in the heart of downtown. For those who like an early start, the full breakfast served every morning in the dining room helps get you moving.
In the heart of downtown stands the only grand inn of Nashville. Built in 1910, The Hermitage Hotel is the epitome of Southern hospitality, offering its guests the finest of amenities and the graciousness of an old friend. Dinner is served in the Capitol Grille, a beautiful wood-paneled restaurant. There are 120 rooms in which to escape from your day of sightseeing, or to relax after a long business meeting. Budget-minded travelers take heed, the Hermitage offers special deals and packages.
This quaint farmhouse is perfect when you want to away from it all without having to go too far. Each guestroom has a private bath and queen-size bed, but don't look for a television or telephone. You're here to relax, remember? Don't worry, the innkeepers will be glad to get you a portable phone if you need one. In the morning, enjoy the country air and a full breakfast, including apple pancakes. Pets are welcome. A five-stall barn provides proper accommodations to dogs, cats and even horses.
When life gets hectic and you need a place to hide away, check into the Commodore Inn and Guest House. This beautiful two-story stone property offers country charm within walking distance of popular area shopping centers. Two guest rooms with private baths are available, each decorated with period antiques. There is also a guest house with two bedrooms, breakfast nook, and small kitchen. A working fireplace adds a cozy and romantic feel to the private bungalow.
Only five miles from downtown, this property has luxury rooms overlooking the city. Guests can visit the nearby Ted Rhodes golf course, enjoy the outdoor pool, two lighted tennis courts, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and exercise facilities. Rooftop dining at JD's Restaurant affords a more expansive view, and the Regal Class Level on the ninth floor features a private lounge, as well as full breakfast, in-room coffee makers, hair dryers, free local calls, in-room movies, hors d'oeuvres, and reduced drink prices.
Loews Vanderbilt Plaza is the place to stay in Nashville. Since the mid-1980s, the Plaza has held the distinction of being the finest luxury hotel in Nashville. During the Country Music Awards, the Plaza hosts country music's finest stars. The lobby is detailed in elegant cream colored marble. The spacious rooms offer every amenity including dual phone lines, dataport, Internet access, voice mail, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. Looking for maximum luxury? The hotel offers 14 monster suites for supreme comfort. The banquet facilities accommodate groups as large as 1200. Ruth's Chris steakhouse is located on the first floor for your dining enjoyment.
This landmark Romanesque structure, once a thriving railroad station, is now a first-class hotel. Many features of the elegant old terminal remain, including domed skylight, clock tower, and decorative gold-leaf medallions. Thanks to a spirited 2007 renovation, this ancient travel hub is as grand as it ever was - marble accents are everywhere, each exquisitely appointed guest room is fully unique, and on-site dining such as Prime 108, is on par with the best Nashville has to offer.
When you've been on the road a long time, convenience is a good thing. This hotel is located in the heart of Nashville's university and medical center communities. It offers all the comforts of an office, from copying services to business supplies. The hotel restaurant serves breakfast only, in buffet form. For lunch and dinner, there are over 50 restaurants within a short walk or drive from your room.
With 2,881 guest rooms, Gaylord Opryland is the flagship property of the Gaylord Hotels family and a vacation destination in itself. You won't believe what we have under one roof! Just steps outside your guest room, beneath their signature glass atriums you'll enjoy enchanted surroundings amongst nine acres of indoor gardens, cascading waterfalls and an indoor river with their very own delta flatboat. Discover some of the most distinctive world-class restaurants, a full-service spa, unique and dynamic recreation options, and the type of activities, sights and sounds that make any escape to Gaylord Opryland a getaway you'll remember always. Come connect with your adventurous spirit and make memories!
If you love pampering, this hotel is for you! With 412 luxury rooms and a staff to cater to your every whim, you'll wonder why you ever stayed anywhere else. Located just five minutes from the airport, this property sits on 23 beautifully landscaped acres and boasts two tennis courts, sports fields, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and fitness club. The Old Hickory Grill restaurant serves Southern cuisine. Two lounges offer musical entertainment and relaxation.
The richly decorated lobby at Holiday Inn Express Nashville Downtown
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