Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels


Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

Lifestyle, Guide,

Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

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Lifestyle, Guide,

Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

Lifestyle, Guide,

Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

Published By: Alison Abbey Hudak   •   June 10, 2024

Nashville's Top 10 Luxury Hotels

Published By:
Alison Abbey Hudak Alison Abbey Hudak
June 10, 2024

Lifestyle, Guide,

If you’re going to vacay, why not vacay in style? These stunning hotels are some of Nashville’s finest. Check them out before checking in.

Four Seasons Hotel Nashville

When it comes to the Four Seasons, the name says it all. It’s the Four Seasons. Luxurious accommodations, fine dining and the comfiest beds in the game are all a guarantee. At the FS Downtown Nashville location that also includes one of the city’s buzziest restaurants, Mimo, and the Rivière Rooftop, complete with a bar and restaurant, infinity pool and jaw-dropping views of Broadway, the Cumberland River, Nissan Stadium and beyond. And did we mention the spa? This urban oasis on high (next to Rivière) offers soothing treatments and a chance to relax and rejuvenate before your next Nashville adventure. 100 Demonbreun St., Four Seasons Hotel Nashville

Loews Nashville Hotel at Vanderbilt Plaza

This Midtown hotel is pure luxury from check-in to turn-down. Thanks to a recent $5 million renovation, the hotel’s suites, meeting rooms and more received a full facelift, making them even more sleek and modern than ever before. And between its close-to-everything location and long list of amenities (the gym alone is reason to book a stay), it’s easy to see why the Loews remains one of Nashville’s most beloved hotels. 2100 West End Ave., Loews Nashville Hotel

The Joseph, a Luxury Collection Hotel

This award-winning downtown hotel offers a luxurious respite from the wild doings on Broadway. The Joseph—a Marriott Bonvoy member—welcomes guests with Italian hospitality, chic design, a world-renowned art collection (including a gallery on the 8th floor) and jaw-dropping views of Music City. Tuck into cocktail bar Four Walls for a craft beverage, indulge in haute Italian dining at Yolan or grab a drink and soak in the sights from rooftop lounge Denim. 401 Korean Veterans Blvd., The Joseph

Thompson Nashville

Located in the heart of The Gulch, Thompson Nashville, a Hyatt hotel, is a boutique hotel within walking distance of some of Nashville’s best shopping and dining experiences. From its exquisite onsite seafood restaurant, Marsh House, to the lively rooftop bar, LA Jackson—home to some of the most photographed views in town—it’s a trendy yet timeless spot to spend a stay. 401 11th Ave. S, Thompson Nashville

Noelle Nashville

Noelle isn’t just a stunning Downtown hotel with fabulous amenities, it’s a love letter to local makers and artists. From the Archives reading room filled with books and historical references to the Keep Shop, a boutique where local luxury is always available for purchase, there’s something for every Music City fan. And with boundless options for food and drinks, guests never have to leave the hotel—even if Broadway is just a few blocks away. 200 4th Ave. N, Noelle Nashville

The Hermitage Hotel

More than a century after opening its doors, Nashville’s original “million-dollar hotel” is still its most grand. From its jaw-dropping lobby to its stunning guestrooms and its not-to-be-missed restaurants (helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten), The Hermitage is a historic jewel in Nashville’s hospitality crown. 231 6th Ave. N, The Hermitage Hotel

Union Station Nashville Yards

One of Nashville’s most unique and historic hotels, Union Station Nashville Yards has stood stately amidst the growing downtown since 1900 when it served a bustling train station on the L&N (Louisville & Nashville) Railroad. From its jaw-dropping lobby featuring a 70-foot, barrel-vaulted ceiling adorned with gold-leaf medallions and 100-year-old, original luminous prism stained glass and marble floors to its 125 stately rooms, each offering modern comforts and design with subtle nods to the space’s storied past, this iconic Nashville hotel is a piece of living history. 1001 Broadway, Union Station Nashville Yards

Bobby Hotel

This eclectic boutique hotel just off the famed Printers Alley downtown offers up some of the largest guest rooms in Nashville, complete with rainfall shower heads, locally-inspired decor and so much more. Beyond the eye-catching interiors, there’s always something happening at the Bobby—from rooftop concert series poolside (in the shadow of the actual 1956 Scenicruiser bus that was lifted by crane to the top of the hotel upon opening), to dining at Union Tavern or night capping at Bobby’s Garage Bar, The Bobby has it all. They’ve even got a Dog-in-Residence to greet you with a wagging tail upon check-in. 230 4th Ave. N, Bobby Hotel

Omni Nashville

Adjacent to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the stately Omni Nashville Hotel holds court at the crossroads of country music culture and luxury hospitality. The massive hotel plays host to a convention center, a spa, fabulous dining options (ranging from the high-end Bob’s Steak and Chops to the pre-Broadway must-visit Barlines) and so much more. 250 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Omni Nashville

Grand Hyatt Nashville

Standing tall in the middle of all the Music City action, Grand Hyatt is in easy walking distance to Broadway and the Gulch with luxurious amenities and dining options in spades. One of the highest outdoor rooftop bars in town, Lou/Na, offers stunning views and an incredible menu of small plates and craft cocktails. With 591 well-appointed rooms and 53 suites, there’s a space for every taste but we love the June Presidential Suite: a castle in the clouds with 1,500 square feet of space and a jaw-dropping view of the city. 1000 Broadway, Grand Hyatt Nashville

Photography by: Kirsten Holliday Photography. The Four Seasons Hotel Nashville is a luxe urban oasis in Downtown Nashville.


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