Nashville, Tennessee has grown into a popular tourist attraction, and therefore a number of topnotch hotels have popped up in the area. If you’re tired of your run-of-the-mill Hilton, then head to one of these stunning boutique hotels. Stay in an old train station or spend the night in a tech-savvy apartment during your next stay in Nashville, Tennessee.
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SoBro Guest House (Prices & Photos)
This trendy Nashville boutique hotel is perfect for tech-savvy travelers looking for an apartment-style accommodation. All of the 24 suites here come with a full kitchen, keyless access and virtual check-in service. Located just three blocks from lower Broadway, the location is just as good as the amenities here. SoBro Guest House sends guests weather updates via text, has a grocery delivery service, and ensures that record players and fresh coffee beans are in every room.
Germantown Inn (Prices & Photos)
If you intend on staying in Nashville’s hip neighborhood of Germantown, book a room at the Germantown Inn. This 1850s home-turned-hotel has six suites that each have their own theme and style. From hardwood floors to designer furniture, the Germantown Inn mixes old and new in a beautiful way. With a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops just steps from the inn, this boutique hotel is a great option for those hoping to experience this unique part of Nashville.
Inn at Fontanel (Prices & Photos)
If you’re looking for seclusion but also hoping to experience the vibe of Nashville, then look no further than a stay at the Inn at Fontanel. There are six luxury suites found here, and some are detached from the main house. Being on 186 acres and surrounded by 2,700 square feet of decks, patios and walkways, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to connect with nature here. You don’t even need to leave the property to have a great time since the Inn at Fontanel has an on-site winery, distillery, music venue and even ziplines. However, if you’d like to experience downtown Nashville, the city is only a 15-minute drive away.
Thompson Nashville (Prices & Photos)
You can’t find a better view of downtown Nashville than through one of the rooms at Thompson Nashville. This luxury boutique hotel, located in The Gulch neighborhood, is a perfect hotel for foodies. Complete with a cafe, seafood restaurant, and a rooftop bar, guests at Thompson Nashville never go hungry. There are six different types of rooms found at this hotel too. If you can afford it, aim for the penthouse suite, which features floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides of the space.
Hermitage Hotel (Prices & Photos)
This list wouldn’t be complete without the Hermitage Hotel, the oldest running hotel in Nashville, which opened in 1910. Found in the heart of downtown Nashville, guests should expect nothing less than Southern charm at this five-star historic hotel. Rooms are full of antique furniture and marble bathrooms. If you’re hungry, head to the onsite restaurant called the Capitol Grille, where you’ll find both guests and locals eating the delicious fare here, which is made with ingredients from a nearby farm.
Fairlane Hotel (Prices & Photos)
This modern hotel in downtown Nashville is one of the newest boutique hotels on this list. It’s cool and chic style is what continues to draw travelers. Expect to find penthouse suites, a delicatessen, and a bar and grill here at the Fairlane Hotel.
Union Station Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Union Station Hotel is sure to have the most jaw-dropping lobby found among the boutique hotels on this list. This 125-room hotel was once a train station. Now the 100-year-old space stuns guests with the lobby’s vaulted, stained glass ceilings. The rooms at the Union Station Hotel come with marble bathrooms, cowhide headboards and unique chandeliers. Complete with a fitness center and a hotel bar, the Union Station Hotel is sure to be the perfect setting for an unforgettable stay in Nashville.
Kimpton Aertson Hotel (Prices & Photos)
If you’re in Nashville to visit Vanderbilt University, then choose to stay at the Kimpton Aertson Hotel. This boutique hotel, which is close to campus but only two miles away from downtown’s most popular tourist spots, offers amenities that other boutique hotels do not. For example, guests can enjoy complimentary loaner bikes to cruise around the city, along with in-room yoga mats to promote relaxation during travel. With a 24-hour fitness center, rooftop pool, and an on-site restaurant, Kimpton Aertson Hotel has plenty to offer travelers hoping to have a good time in Nashville.