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Beautiful Beaux Arts-style landmark hotel that marked its 100th anniversary a few years ago. Full review →
Guests are greeted with Italian sienna marble at the entrance, wall panels of Russian walnut and Persian rugs.
The Rolls Royce of Nashville hotels, the Hermitage has been a favorite overnight stop for presidents, visiting royalty, and a slew of celebrities.Be sure to get a drink at the Oak Bar to see its famed Art Deco men's room, recently named "America's Best Restroom" by Esquire magazine.
Everything here is luxurious, from the large rooms to the plush robes and the public restrooms. Full review →
Opened in 1910 and saved from destruction at the turn of the millennium, the glorious Hermitage Hotel offers white-glove service and plenty of opportunities to indulge. Full review →
This historic downtown hotel, built in 1910 in the classic Beaux Arts style, is Nashville's grand hotel. Full review →
When this gorgeous hotel was built in 1908, it was the premier place to stay in Nashville. Full review →
This is the swankiest hotel in town and drips in old world charm. The food at The Capitol Grille is pretty traditional but it’s fun just for the atmosphere. Be sure to check out the... Full review →Be sure to check out the gorgeous Art Deco men’s bathroom that women are aloud to peek into.
The lobby feels like a Czar's palace, every surface covered in rich tapestries and ornate carvings. Full review →
Four blocks from the downtown historic district, this Beaux-Arts beauty opened its doors to guests in 1910.
This beautiful luxury hotel harkens back to the time in which it was built back in 1910, with its ornate lobby and preserved Art Deco men’s room. Full review →
Nine-story beaux-arts hotel is Nashville’s headliner, a well-groomed and personable star with a reputation for pleasing hard-to-please crowds, and the high repeat clientele speaks to its popularity. Full review →
By far the city’s choicest digs—favored by country music stars since 1910—with a stained-glass ceiling, marble columns, and gilded plasterwork. Full review →
From the nightly turndown service complete with "plush" robes and truffles to the phone in the bathroom, it all comes down to the "details" at this "swanky", "romantic" "getaway".
From mid century modern oases to mountain extravagances, these design hotels represent the best in sophistication and splendor. Read more →
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