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The 6 Best Hotels in The District, Nashville

The 6 Best Hotels in The District, Nashville

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Updated: 9 February 2017
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

The Hermitage Hotel is a five-star hotel. This could almost be a fact by virtue that John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt have both stayed here (among other politicians and celebrities alike). The Hermitage has been around for over a century, and it’s mastered the art of Southern hospitality. Located in downtown Nashville, the Hermitage offers traditional styled rooms with the buoyancy of Nashville’s nightlife.

Hermitage Hotel, 231 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-244-3121

The Capitol Hotel

The Capitol Hotel places its guests right in the center of the District. With its modern décor and functional assets, the Capitol’s rooms are comfortable and chic. However, the main allure for this hotel is the location; it’s a block away from the District and a couple minutes walk from major attractions like Music City.

The Capitol Hotel, 711 Union St, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-242-4311

Hotel Indigo

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 located in the historic district of Printer’s Alley where there’s a surplus of bars, restaurants, and shops. It now occupies a former historic bank, and remnants of the past are infused within their modern design.

Hotel Indigo, 301 Union St, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-891-6000

Omni Nashville Hotel

Omni Nashville is located right in the downtown sphere, and it’s décor mirrors the downtown and modern attitude. This hotel is new to the Nashville scene, and it possesses a lavish Southern flare. Including dining, spa & fitness centers, and a pool, Omni Nashville offers a luxury stay in one of America’s greatest cities. Situated right across from the Music City Center, there is also a cultural and authentic reminder at this hotel.

Omni Nashville Hotel, 250 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-782-5300

Union Station Hotel

Union Station Hotel is a historic landmark that has a vibrant history of an old railroad station. Remodeled in the late 80s, the railroad station became one of downtown Nashville’s most unique and splendid hotels. The outer Gothic architecture is contradicted by the modern (yet cozy) interior. There’s the sense of the past while resting and sleeping in the present. Another reminder of the modern present is the surrounding restaurants and shops that comprise Nashville’s trendy community.

Union Station Hotel, 1001 Broadway, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-726-1001

Hutton Hotel

The Hutton Hotel is one of Nashville’s most modern hotels. With an eco-friendly sentiment, the Hutton is dedicated to the environment while eliminating incandescent lights. Keeping up with the times, the Hutton’s rooms offer modern décor and features like the staple flat screen and lavish bathroom appliances (rain showers…). Located near Vanderbilt University and infamous music hubs, the Hutton is the place for a modern stay complimented with historical and nightlife activities.

Hutton Hotel, 1808 West End Ave, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 615-340-9333


By Kate Harrington