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The Top Boutique Hotels in Nashville, Tennessee

Woman sitting in hotel lobby | © Joshua Ness / StockSnap
Woman sitting in hotel lobby | © Joshua Ness / StockSnap

Before booking a hotel for your trip to Nashville, consider staying in one of these nontraditional ones. These boutique guesthouses offer both the comfort and convenience of larger scale hotels as well as an exclusive, unforgettable experiences.

Thompson Nashville
Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Thompson Nashville is a luxury boutique hotel in The Gulch neighborhood, not far from the bluegrass music venue, the Station Inn. All rooms have hardwood floors, a sliding barn door, and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook downtown Nashville. Grab breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the Marsh House restaurant, which offers classic southern seafood dishes and has an extensive list of wines and craft cocktails, and try the hotel’s rooftop bar.

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SoBro Guest House
Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Located three blocks from lower Broadway, SoBro Guest House is an innovative boutique hotel that offers an out-of-the-ordinary experience. The hotel doesn’t have a front desk but utilizes a mobile check-in system and is fully staffed with people who monitor guests’ arrivals, stays, and departures. These hotel coordinators send guests daily text messages with a weather report and a list of things happening in Nashville. All suites at the hotel include a separate living room and full kitchen.


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The 404 Hotel
Hotel

Just a few blocks from downtown Nashville in the Gulch is the 404 Hotel. It features five king suite rooms that each have custom and vintage furniture. There are two suite types: the King Suite and the King Suite With Loft. The first option features 337 square feet with room for two people. There’s a writing desk, free WiFi, Turkish towels, and original artwork by Nashville photographer Caroline Allison. The Loft option has all that plus a spiral staircase leading downstairs to a sitting area that can be converted into an additional sleeping space. Next door to the hotel is the 404 Kitchen, which provides full-menu room service.


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Germantown Inn
Inn, Hotel

In the center of Germantown, just blocks from downtown Nashville, is the Germantown Inn, surrounded by several shops and restaurants. It’s actually been converted from a historic home and features modern amenities like HD flat screen TVs and WiFi. There are six guest suites, each of which includes a private bathroom, robe, and slippers. The hotel is also available for weddings and special events.

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Urban Cowboy B&B
Hotel

Urban Cowboy B&B

In 2014, Urban Cowboy Brooklyn opened in New York. The founders then decided to build one in East Nashville after hearing about all the ways the city was growing. The Urban Cowboy B&B consists of eight suites in a Victorian mansion. Two communal parlors connect guests, and the hotel is just five blocks from Five Points and is surrounded by restaurants, dive bars, and even lesbian karaoke.


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Lofts
Boutique Hotel, Hotel

What started out as a dry goods store in 1880 has been renovated over time as two different department stores, an Asian restaurant, and now a boutique hotel in Nashville. 506 Lofts‘ most recent upgrade was completed in 2016 and features modern elements mixed with historic charm, and the five available lofts have custom furniture and commissioned art pieces throughout.


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