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What you should know about Downtown Nashville

When can I find the best deals Hotels in Downtown Nashville?

The vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Nashville is worth a visit, whether you're a music lover or not. You can catch a gig at the celebrated Ryman Auditorium, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, or drink your way across the many bars and clubs in town. There are lots to do in downtown Nashville, and you'll have plenty of lodging options to choose from, too. If you're trying to stick to a budget, bear in mind that hotels are most expensive during the summer, when local tourism is at its peak. Room rates are likely to be lowest in the winter, with the exception of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Nashville

Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown is an upmarket hotel that features 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and a fitness centre. Complimentary area shuttles make it easy for guests to explore Nashville. DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville Downtown offers laid-back rooms with free Wi-Fi. Hotel facilities include a restaurant, a bar, and an indoor pool, and there's a gym if you want to squeeze in a workout or two. It's a 3-minute walk from both the Tennessee State Museum and Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Alternatively, you can book a room at The Capitol Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member, which has casual and colourful interiors. There's a restaurant, a bar, and a gym. Guests enjoy buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi for free.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Nashville?

A large number of downtown Nashville hotels are situated along Union Street and Church Street, as well as inner lanes surrounding them. Here, you'll be close to the Tennessee State Museum, the Tennessee Military Museum, and the Tennessee Judiciary Museum. You can also opt for one of the hotels around the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Music City Walk of Fame Park and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center are close by. Finally, there are a couple of hotels on Broadway Street, a main artery that's known for music-related shops and attractions, as well as a row of lively bars.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Nashville?

The selection of accommodations in downtown Nashville generally consists of laid-back mid-range options and upmarket 4-star digs. Affordable hotels offer breakfast and Wi-Fi for free, and some of them have indoor or outdoor pools. If you're staying for a while, you can consider booking an apartment with a kitchen, and a separate living and dining room. There's a lot of apartments in the neighbourhood, and they usually sport modern interiors and amenities. Some apartment hotels also have 24-hour gyms. Meanwhile, the swankiest hotels in town feature multiple restaurants and bars, along with full-service spas, and indoor or outdoor pools.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Nashville?

Music City is a popular destination, and hotels in downtown Nashville in particular aren't exactly dirt cheap. Relaxed lodging starts at around $130. You can get a 1-bedroom apartment with a separate living room and kitchen for about $135. Expect to shell out $200 to $300 a night for 3-star hotels, while 4-star venues usually cost between $300 and $350 per night. A few hotels and apartments can set you back over $600 a night. To save on your Nashville accommodations, don't forget to check for great rates and special deals on Hotels.com.

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