Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection4.0 out of 5.0
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I would consider myself a world traveler. But, have never had the pleasure of visiting Nashville . I decided to go for a mothers daughter weekend to celebrate my daughters 24th bday!! After much research I decided to stay at Union Station hotel. The old train station, upon entering the front door all I could say is W O W !!! Absolutely beautiful, and the cherry on the Sunday is the staff Jaclyn Lazenby and Anthony Machione truly went beyond the call of duty to make sure our stay was AMAZING !!!!! A definite must stay and must see... I would never stay any where else !! Better than 5 stars !!!!!!!
Clean, beautiful, Professional. A+ all around. Room was large and bright. Building has amazing detail and was well kept. Staff is professional and efficient. Location is the center of it all. We will be back for sure.
I surprise my wife with the location of the city in the hotel. We enjoy having unique experiences with even our hotels that we stayed at. These vacations are hard to come bye dude our busy schedules and having two small children on the go. This weekend was for us. I made it a long weekend in the hotel staff made it so enjoyable for us. I gave everyone at that hotel a five out of five for a 10 out of 10.
The exterior is a fitting wrapper for turn of the century architecture that is awe inspiring. Proximity to Nashville attractions and the interstate make it the premier location to explore the city. Take advantage of the weekend pkg.
Five nights at the Union Station Hotel set the perfect tone for an incredible Nashville vacation! The Hotel itself is steeped in history with original carved wood features and stone statues/ engravings; combined with an outstanding renovation that stands on its own (if being in an historic building is not significant to you)! Each of the 125 rooms is unique and ours was perfect for my sister and me! There was just enough "Nashville" in the room without it being honky-tonk strange! The room appointments were luxurious, the room was large, meticulously clean and we felt like we were the first to stay in the room (i.e. no wear and tear)! Saving the best for last: the hotel staff was extraordinary! Chris (the reservation manager), with whom I first spoke via phone, immediately understood the type of vacation we wanted (we were celebrating a birthday) full of good music, good food and convenient access to everything. Chris knew where we should go, which tickets to buy in advance and what to avoid (too touristy). When we arrived at the hotel, the rest of the staff proved to be very resourceful and as infectiously enthusiastic about Nashville as Chris...last minute restaurant choices, best transportation modes and other details were handled seemingly effortlessly. (BTW: I don't usually take the time to review hotels, but feel compelled because of the excellence of this hotel!)
This hotel is very very cute. Old train station modified to an hotel. Still have the sensation to be in a station! Amazing place. The train is running just next my window so its very noisy because I'm downstairs. Maybe a little bit to expensive.
We had a lovely stay at this beautiful former train station. The lobby is beautiful, and we enjoyed a picnic there of wine and cheese. Our suite was large and well appointed, a nice view over the valet parking ( quite expensive at $40 a night), so my husband could keep an eye on his car! The valet staff was fantastic, even backed our car up under the overhang so we didn't get wet in the rain. We did have a problem with a non-flushing toilet. It took 24 hrs, and a third ask, to get maintenance to be sent up to fix it. Definitely was not impressed with the front desk' and their response time. Luckily the lobby toilets flushed!
After a business meeting my daughter and I had Sat late lunch at the Union Station Hotel. The hotel had had a good dining room several years ago, and I had had several pleasant business dinners there in the last decade. We were last here three years ago for an impromptu family gathering. It had changed to a much smaller place by then and has since changed again. It is now a lobby based cocktail lounge (called Carter's) with a few tiny tables in an alcove with very uncomfortable chairs. The menu is not unlike a gastropub's. We had a starter of flatbread with fresh sliced peaches. We had not noticed in the menu that speck was also on the flatbread. [Speck is a "type of pork belly fat". It is similar to prosciutto according to Wikipedia.] It was tasty but would not have ordered it had we known what speck was (my daughter is vegetarian). We then had salads that were sizeable but otherwise unremarkable. My biggest complaint is that the dining room (& I use the word generously) is not for dining (or "lunching"). I understand that "the times have changed" (regrettably). When I looked it up in Yelp though, the old dining room was still on the website 😟. Overall the food was average, the service a little above average, and the setting/ comfort a lot below average.
We stayed here this past weekend, and it definitely was one of the neatest places I've ever stayed. Our room had a view of both the lobby and outside. There was a very unique chandelier in our room that added to the atmosphere. All associates we encountered were very helpful and friendly. Was very pleased that we were able to check in when we arrived at 12:30, and didn't have to wait for our room. We ate dinner at the hotel one evening and it was very good as well. This hotel is in a great location; we were able to walk to the Gulch, Music Row, and lower Broadway quite easily. Thanks for a great stay!!
Absolutely gorgeous hotel. Staff was too notch giving advice on restaurants and thing she to do. Our flight came in early and the hotel was able to accommodate us checking in a little early. But had it not worked out they had a place to store our bags so we could've explored Nashville while we waited on the room to be ready. The restaurant was delicious, ate there for one breakfast and one dinner and the food and service was great. Highly recommend this hotel and it's proximity to everything. We were able to walk most everywhere we went or use a Joyride when we didn't feel like walking.
- Walking distance to Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Ryman Auditorium
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour fitness center
Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection places you in Downtown Nashville, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Ryman Auditorium. This 125-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a 24-hour fitness center and a 24-hour business center. Located centrally in Nashville, it's also close to Tennessee State Capitol and Nissan Stadium.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, breakfast is served for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection's 125 rooms are air-conditioned and provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect to find WiFi, wired Internet, and 37-inch flat-screen TVs with pay movies. Pillowtop beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Phones, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.
Renovated in 2016, Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection offers a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 6 meeting rooms. Valet parking is offered for USD 40 per day. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Other amenities at this historic hotel include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and express check-in.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 177 reviews