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A former train terminal, the historic Union Station Hotel is worth a stay for its barrel-vaulted, stained glass ceiling alone. Full review →
Two ponds filled with baby alligators once graced the grounds of this historic spot.
It's worth staying at Union Station for the architecture alone... but the location is nothing to scoff at either.Avoid lower-level rooms with windows facing the parking lot: Noise from the valet station and beer hall next door is likely to rouse light sleepers.
The contemporary style rooms offer modern amenities like pillow-top bedding, flat-screen TVs, and WiFi. Full review →
This elegant hotel takes maximum advantage of the unique architectural charm of each guestrooms, adding contemporary decor, high-speed Internet, and marble bathrooms.
A renovated 1900 train station provides the bones—and story—for this lovely downtown Nashville hotel that was built in a dramatic Gothic-meets-Romanesque-style. Full review →
Today, the elegance endures thanks to a painstaking 2007 renovation that restored the building to its former grandeur. Full review →
Built in 1900 and housed in the Romanesque Gothic former Union Station railway terminal, this hotel is a grandly restored National Historic Landmark. Full review →Be sure to take advantage of the hotel's valet parking.
Opened in 1900 and restored in 1998, it is a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture and features a spectacular lobby. Full review →
Converted railroad station with sustainable Southern fare and cozy rooms steps from Music City's top sights. Full review →Dig into down-home southern fare at Arnold’s Country Kitchen, a no-fuss meat-and-three (choose a meat and three vegetables), and then sample modern takes on the theme at the James Beard award-winning Husk.
This soaring Romanesque stone castle was Nashville's train station back in the days when travel was a grand affair; today's it's downtown's most iconic hotel. Full review →
Located a few blocks up the hill from the prime downtown area, this place shares the honor of Nashville's most unique and historic hotel with the Hermitage, Hutton and newer Hotel... Full review →(Light sleepers should request rooms facing away from the still-functioning rails.
The locomotive theme and hotel's opulent lobby, with its soaring 65-foot stained glass stained glass ceiling, transport guests back to the bygone era of train travel. Full review →
"Step back in time" to the turn of the 20th century, starting with the arched stained-glass ceiling in the "magnificent" lobby at this "gorgeous" National Historic Landmark.
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