Nashville Hotels

When visiting Nashville, or "Music City" as it's called, Nashville hotels offer more to than just standard hotel chains to choose from. When looking through Nashville hotels for your vacation make sure to take a look at upcoming Nashville events and festivals as things tend to book up really quickly when a popular event is hosted by the city. September is a particularly busy time for Nashville hotels with popular events such as Music City Jazz, Blues and Music Festival, the Tennessee State Fair, and FallFest.

When looking for an alternative experience to Nashville hotels try the Hotel Preston in downtown Nashville. Close to the Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame, The Grand Ole Opry, art galleries, shopping centers, fantastic Nashville restaurants and theaters this Nashville hotel aims to please even the discerning guest.

Sophisticated details and upscale design add a special definition to Hotel Preston guest suites. Lava lamps, pet goldfishes, art kits, 24-hour milk and cookies and rubber duckies include some of the more family-friendly amenities offered at this hip hotel. Other amenities include 24-hour room service, in-room spa service, outdoor pool, 24-hour fitness center and a "pillow menu". $105.00 is the starting rate but confirm before booking.

When it comes to historical hotels in Nashville, the Hermitage Hotel is a painstakingly restored and treasured landmark since 1910. There are no other hotels in Nashville, or in Tennessee that are five diamond hotels but this one. The refined interior features marble columns and staircase, Russian walnut paneling, stained glass lobby ceilings and original colors which compliment the immaculate detail. Presidents, movie stars and sports legends have all been guests at The Hermitage, one of the finest hotels in Nashville and one of the more affluent of the downtown Nashville hotels.

Downtown Nashville hotels offer the convenience of being able to walk to a lot of different attractions or to take the time out to explore the ins and outs of the heart of the city. Downtown Nashville hotels are also really convenient when wanting to have a more intimate culinary experience as many of Nashville's great restaurants are located in the area.

The Courtyard By Marriot is one of the downtown Nashville hotels which offers guests free high speed internet, a fitness facility, Jacuzzi, valet parking and laundry services. Cable and satellite TV, room service and king size beds are some of the amenities included in the bright and spacious suites. Rates start from $169.00 but be sure to confirm before making reservations.

A Nashville hotel choice is only hard to make in that there are a lot of options to sort through. There several distinct districts where visitors can find a Nashville hotel. Historic East Nashville is comprised of stately historic homes and churches and contemporary homes set on tree-lines streets. If looking for great evening entertainment the East End is a great place to dine and party.

Opryland District really only offers the Opry Hotel in one of Nashville's most important musical districts. Just minutes from downtown the West End district is home to the world-famous Music Row. A selection of excellent restaurants can be found here as well as the trendy Elliston Place neighborhood where nightlife abounds. If looking for a Nashville hotel with a little more luxury, the West End is the place to look.

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