Treat yourself to one of the Music City's finest stays.
Once Nashville’s main train station, this turret- and tower-filled Gothic building now serves the city as a Wyndham hotel.
A $10 million renovation five years ago updated the guest rooms and added the Prime 108 restaurant. Rates start at $170.
1001 Broadway, wyndham.com
The only AAA five-diamond hotel in Tennessee (and several contiguous states), the Hermitage is Nashville's first-class historic
hotel, located downtown. From the bathroom concierge’s spa treatment to the gilded, vaulted lobby to the 1,000-thread-count
sheets, this hotel's luxury extras make it well worth a special occasion splurge (rates start at $309).
231 Sixth Avenue North, thehermitagehotel.com
At Nashville’s newest top-tier stay, we found a $139 special rate that scored a king-size bed on the top floor with a self-serve
espresso machine down the hall. Hutton Hotel may also claim the best hotel bathroom in the city, offering such features as
a glass sink and countertop, L'Occitane soaps, a granite walk-in shower with a rain head, and digitally controlled water temperatures.
Try nearby Noshville Delicatessen, two blocks from the Hutton, for a brunch that will transport you to Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
1808 West End Avenue, huttonhotel.com
Located conveniently near the airport, Hotel Preston is a budget-friendly boutique hotel. After a $6-million face-lift, rooms
now have upholstered headboards, down comforters, and black-and-white photographs of musicians (for that Music City vibe).
Make sure to stop by the Pink Slip bar downstairs.
733 Briley Parkway, hotelpreston.com