Hotels in Tennessee

Hotels in Tennessee run the gamut depending on your destination and needs. On one end, the Peabody hotel in Memphis and the Hermitage in Nashville offer luxurious, historical settings, and both are in the heart of their cities. Travelers looking to rough it just a bit may want to stay in a log cabin rental in the Smoky Mountains. These spots offer the relaxing seclusion in nature with added modern comforts, like pool tables and big screen TVs. But whether you’re going to Chattanooga, Knoxville, Monteagle or any of the other destinations in the state, there’s a variety of hotels in Tennessee for you.

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.

The affordable property is made up of five architecturally unique guesthouses.

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.

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

About 25 minutes from Knoxville, Blackberry is like a south of the Mason-Dixon Line edition of a Currier & Ives print: ribbons of white fences, a pond stocked with catfish, and houses constructed from Tennessee fieldstone.

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