Are you planning a night out in Nashville? If so, you don’t want to spend it in some frumpy old hotel, but some place exciting. A neat spot that will forever brand Nashville in your mind as quirky and cute, a darling addition to your vacation repertoire. Let’s get started, shall we? Here are some of the most unique places to stay in Nashville.
7. Timothy Demonbreun House
This historic bed and breakfast boasts a couple of different options for your stay, plopping you nice and close to downtown without the high rises and all the noise. It's darling and homey, dating back to 1906.
6. Top O' Woodland
This one is here mainly for the nostalgia of it all. Although there's no longer the opportunity to rent rooms, you can still reminisce with a small wedding ceremony at their new location, sighing about the beauty that once was. Plus? AWESOME place to elope, hint hint.
5. Hermitage Hotel
Classy opulence and gorgeous settings sets Hermitage apart. From the downtown location to their fantastic restaurant on site - you'll never want to leave.
4. Opryland Hotel
This is Disneyland for adults. The hotel is truly a resort, one that proffers gorgeous waterfalls and tons of great restaurants, one of which is sure to strike your fancy.
Plus, if you come during Christmas? You see the lights. You HAVE to see the lights!
3. Ruthie's Historic East Nashville Home
Ruthie Lindsey has a fairly popular Airbnb rental in East Nashville, renting to the likes of Taylor Swift and YOU. Her perfectly curated home is one that will give you a real taste of Nashville life. Note - minimum stay is two nights!
2. The 404
Located in the Gulch, this boutique hotel is one that hosts clients that look to keep a low profile, like Adele. With only a couple rooms and a high rate, this is a one of a kind spot.
1. Union Station
The historic railroad station turned beautiful hotel boasts quite a few rooms, every single one of them decorated differently.
Plus, the lobby looks like this. We're pretty sure you're game for that, as well as the fantastic restaurant in the building as well.
Have you made your reservation yet at any of these unique places to stay in Nashville?!