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Visiting Nashville: The Top 7 Hotels in Nashville

Posted on 27 May 2014 by Kim Spence

Categories: Nashville

Topics: Hotels

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Top 7 Hotels in Nashville, Tennessee

Traveling to Nashville

Nashville seems to always be growing in popularity. These are what we rate the top seven hotels in Nashville for 2014.

7. Hilton Nashville Downtown
We recommend staying at the Hilton Nashville Downtown if you’re interested in a luxury hotel with excellent meeting and conference space that’s across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame.

6. Renaissance Nashville Hotel
If you’re attending an event at the Convention Center, we suggest you stay at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel. The hotel, with 673 guest rooms, is directly connected to the center.

5. Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Nashville
We suggest you stay at Loews Vanderbilt if you’re visiting Vanderbilt University. The hotel is across the street from the university in the West End neighborhood.

4. Hutton Hotel
We recommend you stay at the Hutton Hotel if you’re bringing your pet to Nashville with you. The hotel has a Happy trails Pet Program and a Critter Concierge.

3. The Inn at Fontanel
If you’re looking to stay at a “destination” rather than just a hotel, we recommend The Inn at Fontanel. The property includes The Inn, Fontanel Mansion (a 27,000 square log home formerly owned by Barbara Mandrell), Wood Amphitheater and other structures.

2. Omni Nashville
When you stay in one of the 800 guest rooms in this 100% non-smoking hotel, be sure to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum integrated into three levels of the complex.

1. The Hermitage Hotel
If you love staying in historic hotels, we suggest you stay at The Hermitage Hotel, built in 1910. The 122 rooms include a Presidential Suite and 4 Executive Suites. The rooms have custom-made beds. The marble bathrooms include two vanities, a separate shower and a deep soaking tub

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