Jul 4, 2019 - Jul 5, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Nashville, Tennessee is a well-known city that is considered a hub for country and rock music. It’s home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Printer’s Alley was a thriving publishing district and quickly became a hotspot for live music and jazz nightclubs in the 1940’s and that scene hasn’t slowed down! Country music bars, sometimes called Honky Tonks, can be found throughout Nashville.
There is more to this city’s art and culture than country music. Nashville is home to Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville Opera, Nashville Symphony and Nashville Ballet. For art enthusiasts, there is Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art and Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Want a little bit of country with your museum experience? The Johnny Cash Museum has you covered!
There is so much to experience in Nashville, and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best accommodations for your stay! Easily sort listings by price, stars, amenities, hotel brands and more to find the perfect hotel for your individual needs.
The majority of hotels in Nashville are located in the center of the city, in the downtown area. This is conveniently located near Victory Park and The Cumberland River.
On average, standard hotel rooms in Nashville are approximately $200-$300 a night. High end hotels run from $300-$400 a night, and can rise during spring and summer, which are considered peak seasons in Nashville.
Yes! Hotel Indigo is situated in a former bank building in Printer’s Alley, and the speak-easy inspired lounge adds to this old school cool vibe. Union Station Hotel occupies a Romanesque train station, and the 65 foot high stained glass ceiling is breathtaking. The old-fashion style restaurant complete with stone fireplace creates an intimate experience.
There are a variety of upscale hotels to choose from in Nashville. Omni Nashville is attached to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and has deluxe amenities including a bar with live music, a rooftop pool and hot tub, and a large business center. Sheraton Nashville is just a few blocks away from the Tennessee State Capitol building. All of the suites in this hotel come with club lounge access which includes complimentary breakfast, snacks and business services.
Many of the hotels listed above are well suited for families and offer amenities such as complimentary cribs, stowaway beds, and baby proofing kits upon request. A stand out is Loews Vanderbilt Hotel; not only are they stocked with board games, video games and dvd rentals for kids, their concierge service can arrange for babysitting and other children’s activities upon request.
Nashville is the up-and-coming spot to travel in the South. Definitely would recommend to anyone wanting to eat authentic southern comfort food, without some of the depressing symptoms of the south.
A great American city for a younger crowd. The nightlife and food here are great, but the culture could use some influence from others.
Nashville was amazing. Downtown is full of life, music, and neon lights. Definitely a go to place for music and night life!
Great city! Plenty of places to get good food and go out for a night in the town. There are clubs pubs and honky Toni's to visit..