The 11-story hotel is located along the West End corridor, across from Centennial Park; Vanderbilt University is next door, and the Parthenon is two blocks ...
This hotel is in downtown Nashville, a block from the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, 2 blocks from the Tennessee State Museum, and within one-quarter mile ...
Located in Downtown Nashville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Music City Center and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Ryman Auditorium and Nissan ...
Located a half-mile from Nashville International Airport, this hotel is also within 8 miles of the Grand Ole Opry and LP Field.
Spring in Music City.
Flowers are blooming and the sounds of music are filling the air. It can only mean one thing; Spring has arrived in Music City! Whether you're looking for music, art, history, sports, shopping or family fun it's always more enjoyable when accompanied by a sunny sky and warm breezes. So follow the music and come celebrate Spring in Nashville!
The sounds coming from Nashville are those authentic, soulful, powerful and unpretentious sounds that can only come from the place where music is inspired, written, recorded and performed.
There is only one Music City. And today, Nashville continues its emergence as a cultural, artistic and entertainment-rich destination, filled with unique music and event venues, a myriad of art galleries, botanical gardens and greenways, plantation homes, honky-tonks, professional sports and fine dining.
Nashville is truly a city for all seasons and styles. With an orchestra of options to satisfy every taste, you'll be encouraged to dance to the beat of your own drummer. So whether it's listening to live music, soaking in the art scene, exploring history or just relaxing, we know you'll find many ways to enjoy Music City and learn for yourself why music calls us home.
If you are planning Nashville travel, spring and autumn can be the most comfortable for outdoor activities. The CMA Music Festival is one of the biggest events in the city when thousands of people from all over the world come for four days to see concerts and meet the stars. This event happens in June and begins a busy summer season. However, Nashville vacations are quieter during the winter if you prefer smaller crowds. Hotels often offer discounts on some of their best rooms in the off-season. The weather is nice for Nashville travel any time of the year.
Enjoy a delicious dinner at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theater where the round stage drops from the ceiling at the beginning of the evening.
Get caught up in the history of Loveless Café that has been a landmark for over half a century.
Stop for a cup of coffee at Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse, a neighborhood favorite with a relaxed atmosphere and full menu.
Visit Adventureworks and try new activities like ziplining or attempting the High Challenge Course.
Pick up homemade goods and fresh food at the Nashville Farmers Market with specialty foods and local produce.
Eating like the locals is a visitor-favorite so don't miss the Nashville Originals, the city's group of independent restaurants with more than 40 options from coffeehouse fare to global cuisine. Nashville's award-winning chefs cook up everything from hip, creative fare to down-home southern-style dishes. You can find some well-known great eateries here such as California Pizza Kitchen, Five Guys Burgers and a Whole Foods Market. Names well known to locals and that can please any palate are Jack's Bar-B-Que, The Loveless Café, Jimmy Kelly's or Sunset Grill at the Plantation so you can't go wrong eating your way through Music City. Whether it's a family-friendly meal, dinner and a show or a romantic repast, the city's restaurants serve every dish with a side of Southern hospitality.
The area's many attractions and events paint a picture of this unique Southern city and leave an indelible impression on all who visit. You'll also find art exhibitions, music & arts festivals, theatrical productions, esteemed music awards shows and a star-studded walkway that features musical legends on the Music City Walk of Fame. No matter what the season, Music City has something to sing about. The list is long and varied including Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, Nashville Film Festival, GMA Dove Awards, CMA Music Festival, July 4th Riverfront Celebration, Titans football, Predators hockey, Celebration of Cultures Festival, Soul Series, CMA Music Awards, Holiday Harmony events and so, so much more.
The Green Hills area is rapidly becoming a mecca for upscale shopping, ranging from designer boutiques to fashionable department stores. The elegant Mall at Green Hills is already home to Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Coach, Juicy Couture and more. Just a few blocks away is the recently opened Hill Center, a lifestyle venue featuring well-known retailers such as Anthropologie, West Elm and The Cosmetic Market. The Prime Outlets at Lebanon also features over 50 high-end, brand name outlet stores including the first Ann Taylor Factory Store in Tennessee.
* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.