Nashville Hotels

Treat yourself to one of the Music City's finest stays.


Hi, I'm Kim Cross, travel editor at Southern Living. Nashville has dozens of options when it comes to hotels, and we found several that are worth seeking out. Skip the usual suspects and spend an unforgettable night at one of these. Union station. Once Nashville's main train station. This turret and tower filled gothic building now serves the city as a Wyndham Hotel. A recent $10 million renovation updated the guest rooms, and added Prime 108 restaurant. Deluxe. Hutton Hotel. At Nashville's newest top tier stay, we found a $139 special rate, that scored a king sized bed on a top floor with a self serve espresso machine down the hall. Hutton Hotel may also claim the best hotel bathrooms in the city. Glass sinks and counters, L'occitane soaps, granite walk-in showers with rain heads, and digitally controlled water temperatures. You won't wanna leave your room. Hermitage Hotel. The only AAA five diamond hotel in Tennessee. The Hermitage is Nashville's first class historic hotel. From the gilded vaulted lobby, to the 1,000 thread count sheets, to the flat panel TVs positioned by the soaking tubs in each marble trimmed bath, this hotel's luxury extras make it well worth a special occasion splurge. Hotel Preston. Located conveniently near the Grande Ole Opry. Hotel Preston is a budget friendly boutique hotel where our editors like to stay when they travel on their own. After a six million dollar facelift, rooms have upholstered headboards, down comforters, and black and white photographs of musicians, for that music city vibe. For more hotel recommendations to ensure you sleep like a baby, pick up a copy of Southern Living Magazine and visit
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