Nashville HotelsThe capital of Tennessee and the ‘Country Music Capital of the World’, Nashville is a hearty blend of cosmopolitan life and distinct southern soul. There’s something here for everyone. Museums take you through the city’s Grammy studded heritage, eateries ply you with finger licking comfort food. Shops lure you in with touristy trinkets, whilst Nashville’s luminous nightlife of honky-tonk hijinks and beer spilling boot-banging pulls you into the crowd. Then there’s the city’s musical epicenter itself – the Grand Ole Opry.Things to seeThe Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum tells the genre’s story through exhibits, concerts, recordings, and videos. A treasure trove of musical artifacts, the museum’s collection includes over 600 instruments – many once used by famous country crooners. For a taste of the music today, take a seat at the world renowned Grand Ole Opry. With its barn styled backdrop, the stage is regularly graced by living legends. If that doesn’t get your feet a tappin’, then chances are something at the Bridgestone Arena will. Along with hockey and basketball, the venue frequently hosts the hottest stars in contemporary music. If you’re in the market for a new buckle, shiny retail therapy awaits at Opry Mills. At over 200 stores strong, you’ll find everything from budget to brands. American football fans will want to make a run for LP Field. Home to the Tennessee Titans, the mammoth stadium has room for over 69,000 rowdy spectators.Hotels in
NashvilleAs a musical mecca there’s a wide choice of hotels in Nashville, with something to suit every taste and budget. Luxury in the city comes in the form of palatial high rise hotels, emblazoned with prestigious names and decked out with an ensemble of lavish amenities. Expect plush suites with large flatscreen televisions, star like service, fitness facilities, spas, and decadent restaurants - where dinner comes with a side of live music. The mid-range and budget hotels in Nashville provide all the standard creature comforts you’d expect, such as WiFi and coffee makers, whilst homely B&Bs run by friendly Nashvillians offer a more personal touch – and local knowledge.Where to stayIf you want to experience the very best the city has to offer, a hotel in Nashville’s Downtown gives you a front row seat to the neon-lit honky-tonk buzz. The city’s attraction laden epicenter, Lower Broadway is where you’ll hear the music that made the city famous. Just southwest you’ll find Music Row, Nashville’s music industry hub and home to the legendary Studio B, where Elvis Presley recorded over 200 hits. A few minutes away, the Opryland/Music Valley neighborhood is packed with dazzling entertainment, a buffet of eateries and eclectic shopping. Here you’ll find the Opry Mills mall and the action packed Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.How to get to NashvilleNashville International Airport will be the main gateway into the city for most visitors. Just over 7 miles east of downtown, getting into the action after you land is quick and easy. The cheapest way to do it is to hop onboard the MTA’s Route 18 Airport bus, which whisks passengers into the heart of downtown in less than half an hour, making stops at major hotels along the way. For those travelling into Nashville by bus, the Greyhound service makes stops at the Greyhound Nashville Station, just a few blocks north of buzzing Broadway.