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 staying (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
The Brentwood is one of those places that have freshly baked cookies upon arrival. Sometimes that’s overwhelming, but the Brentwood does it right. Being an unassuming bed & breakfast right outside Nashville, the six-bedroom mansion offers a higher-scale home experience. A full breakfast is provided, along with excellent service from the innkeepers. Fulfilling the Southern home stereotype, the Brentwood has a fully functioning parlor room.
The Brentwood, 6304 Murray Ln, Brentwood, TN, USA, +1 615-373-4627