Before booking a hotel for your trip to Nashville, consider staying in one of these untraditional options. These boutique guesthouses offer the comfort and convenience of larger-scale hotels, as well as an exclusive, unforgettable experiences.
Winner of multiple Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, Bobby Hotel Nashville offers a creative, personalized experience. Situated just steps from the historic Printer’s Alley in Downtown Nashville, the hotel is in a perfect location for those wanting to explore Nashville’s electrifying music scene. Amenities don’t disappoint either – spacious guest rooms, a rooftop pool, room service, valet parking – and if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, ask for a ride in the hotel’s own 1963 Lincoln Continental. If you don’t feel like exploring, head up for a relaxing drink at the Rooftop Lounge instead.
Holston House Nashville is refined, modern, sleek, and just blocks from the live music venues on Lower Broadway. This boutique hotel is fully equipped to satisfy every kind of traveler and features a rooftop pool, a fitness suite and a business center. After a busy day we recommend unwinding with a cocktail at the rooftop bar, TENN on Top. Plus, your four-legged best friend can come along for no extra charge.
Thompson Nashville is a luxury boutique hotel in the Gulch neighborhood, not far from 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 don’t forget to try the hotel’s rooftop bar.
Just a few blocks from downtown Nashville in the Gulch is the 404 Hotel, featuring five king-size suite rooms with custom and vintage furniture. There are two suite types: the King Suite and the King Suite With Loft. The first has room for two people and has 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.
In the center of Germantown, just blocks from downtown Nashville, is the Germantown Inn, surrounded by several shops and restaurants. It’s been converted from a historic home and features modern amenities such as HD flat-screen TVs and wifi. There are six guest suites, each of which includes a private bathroom with a robe and slippers. The hotel is also available for weddings and special events.
In 2014, Urban Cowboy Brooklyn opened in New York. The founders decided to build one in East Nashville after hearing about how 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 entertainment options.