The 5 Best Hotels in Nashville, Tennessee

Before you opt for a standard chain hotel, you may want to consider a local inn with a lot of Southern flair. See which Nashville hot spots make the cut.

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The 5 Best Hotels in Nashville, Tennessee

Posted by Gary Ashton on Thursday, May 30th, 2019 at 2:38pm.

How to Find the Best Hotels in Nashville, TN

No matter how much there is to do in any given city, visitors will end up spending a lot of time in their hotel room. Even if it's only for the purposes of getting some shut-eye, it helps to have a comfortable (and safe) place as a home away from home. No matter what type of budget a visitor happens to be on, they can use the following suggestions as a head start on their quest for the best place to relax their head.

The Hermitage Hotel

For those who don't mind shelling out a little extra dough, the Hermitage Hotel has been serving up Southern hospitality since 1910. Their success is built upon their ability to change with the times without sacrificing their quality of service. Visitors rave that the ambiance is luxurious without being overdone and that they feel special to the staff rather than smothered by them. Guests who stay here can expect a five-star experience from the moment they check in to the moment they depart the premises.

Germantown Inn

For a boutique hotel with a lot of charm, this hotel is a bed-and-breakfast in a historic section of Nashville. Close to Music City Center, shopping, and dining destinations, the hotel has six guest suites named after different US Presidents. Business travelers can choose the Jefferson if they're looking for a place to get some work done while lovers can opt for the Monroe with its huge bath and king-size bed. Guest rave about the value of Germantown Inn as well as the individual service and attention they receive.

The Inn at Opryland

Located less than 1.5 miles away from the Grand Ole Opry, this hotel makes the list because it's a popular choice for visitors looking to pinch their pennies. While it may not be as luxurious as the Hermitage Hotel or as unique as the Germantown Inn, the service and amenities are top-notch for the price. Guests are particularly blown away by the hospitality they receive and the extra touches they find practically everywhere they turn.

Union Station Hotel 

This once-train station now accommodates a restaurant, lounge, 12 suites and over 100 rooms. The interior decor is refreshingly modern but still elegant. Guests appreciate its convenient downtown location, which is in close proximity to several honky-tonks. The hotel also provides weekly live entertainment and is an excellent location for weddings and other events. If you're a Marriott Bonvoy member, you'll enjoy good deals off of the high prices. This is an excellent place to stay on business or for pleasure. 

Club-Hotel Nashville Inn & Suites

This hotel is a practical choice in a quiet location, even if it's not the most elegant of hotels. Patrons expect and receive basic amenities such as free breakfast and parking. Most people choose this hotel because it's safe and conveniently next to the local transportation services. It's close enough to downtown that visitors can zip and out of the city, but far enough away that they're not kept awake the carousing that may be taking place outside.

The best hotels in Nashville don't have to be fancy or expensive, they just have to be comfortable and safe. No matter what visitors may be looking for though, they'll be able to able to find all of it and more in this truly incredible city.


Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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