Hotels in Nashville

As a major Southern city, there are plenty of great Nashville hotels for all budget levels from name brand stays to one-of-a-kind accommodations. Those seeking the latter will want to book a room at hotels in Nashville like The Inn at Fontanel, a massive Southern-style mansion in a bucolic setting, or the Hermitage Hotel, which is a five-star luxury hotel located in the heart of Downtown Nashville and opened in 1910. And if you're looking for a Nashville hotel that provides plenty of space for big events, consider staying at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, which is located near a great park and golf course. And, of course, whatever hotel in Nashville you choose to make your temporary home, be sure to ask the staff for advice on where to go and what to do. Locals are always happy to share the best of their city with newcomers.

Housed in a former train station, with spacious, whimsically decorated rooms.

Vanderbilt’s recent $17-million renovation overhauled everything from the lobby and suites to the bathrooms, which now sport black granite countertops and Nashville-inspired graphic wall coverings.

By far the city’s choicest digs—favored by country music stars since 1910—with a stained-glass ceiling, marble columns, and gilded plasterwork.

At first glance, this central West End Nashville property may look like a standard business hotel (its 15-story façade gives a somewhat generic first impression). Thoughtful design and at-the-ready service, though, lends a hip southern-meets-urban vibe inside.