The Best Hotels in the District, Nashville

John F Kennedy and Franklin D Roosevelt have both stayed at the Hermitage Hotel
John F Kennedy and Franklin D Roosevelt have both stayed at the Hermitage Hotel | Courtesy of the Hermitage Hotel / Expedia
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3 November 2020
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The District is one of the more historic areas in Nashville. With the two streets of Lower Broadway and 2nd Avenue N, the District holds past and present memories of Nashville’s music history. On a good night, there’s sure to be live music and bustling crowds in the District. These are the closest hotels to this famous district.

The Hermitage Hotel

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The Hermitage Hotel is a five-star hotel, and John F Kennedy and Franklin D Roosevelt have both stayed here (among other politicians and celebrities). The Hermitage has been around for over a century, and it has mastered the art of Southern hospitality. Located in downtown Nashville, the Hermitage offers traditionally styled rooms with the buoyancy of Nashville’s nightlife close at hand.

The Capitol Hotel

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The Capitol Hotel places its guests right in the center of the action. With modern decor and functional assets, the Capitol’s rooms are comfortable and chic. However, the main allure of this hotel is its location: it’s a block away from the District and a couple minutes’ walk from major attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Hotel Indigo

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A boutique hotel, Hotel Indigo is located in the downtown area. It’s a uniquely decorated hotel, with each room dressed up differently. Hotel Indigo is located in the historic district of Printer’s Alley where there’s a range of bars, restaurants and shops. It now occupies a former historic bank, and remnants of the past have been worked into the modern design.

Omni Nashville Hotel

Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville
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Omni Nashville is located right in downtown, right across from the Music City Center, and its decor shows a modern attitude. This hotel is new to the Nashville scene, and it possesses a lavish Southern flare. Including restaurants, a spa and fitness centers and a pool, Omni Nashville offers a luxury stay in one of America’s greatest cities.

Union Station Hotel

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Union Station Hotel is a historic landmark that has all the vibrant history of an old railroad station. Remodelled in the late ’80s, the railroad station became one of downtown Nashville’s most unique and splendid hotels. The gothic architecture is contradicted by the modern yet cozy interior; there’s a sense of the past, while at the same time the hotel is surrounded by all the restaurants and shops that modern Nashville has to offer.

Hutton Hotel

Hutton Hotel, Nashville
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The Hutton Hotel is one of Nashville’s most modern hotels. With an eco-friendly ethos, the Hutton is dedicated to the environment having for example eliminated all incandescent lights. Keeping up with the times, the Hutton’s rooms offer modern decor, features such as flat-screen TVs and lavish bathroom appliances including rain showers. Located near Vanderbilt University and Nashville’s famous music hubs, the Hutton is the place for a modern stay complemented by historical activities and a spot of nightlife.

These recommendations were updated on November 3, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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