Nashville September 20, 2016
9 Little Known Hotels Around Nashville That Offer An Unforgettable Overnight Stay
Looking for a hotel in Nashville? These 9 spots are great for a nice overnight somewhere a bit different, with a quirky southern spin that’s worthy of your two-weeks vacations. We’ve found a plethora of options from every end of Music City just for you. We want you to travel Nashville in style – so we’ve got you covered.
1. Hotel Preston
This is a stylish and contemporary hotel that's located just a stones throw from the airport. It gives you the opportunity to live in streamlined luxury with only ten minutes from downtown.
2. The 404 Hotel
The 404 only has 5 rooms in a tiny, unassuming building in the middle of the gulch, so it's easy to miss. The 404 is for those who crave privacy and exceptional service while being located in the middle of all Nashville has to offer.
3. Union Station Hotel
Though it's hard to miss, this hotel will surprise you in many ways. The old train station was restored in the 1970s to its old magnificence, and staying there is like taking a trip through time to the early 1900s.
4. The Timothy Demonbreun House Bed & Breakfast
A darling bed and breakfast with a tinge of Nashville history, this B&B is one of the most wonderful bits of heaven in the city. Make sure to book early, though - you don't want to miss out.
5. The Hutton Hotel
The Hutton Hotel is insanely neat in that it's eco-conscious - it has zero incandescent lights. Zip. There's also a charging station for your car, so this is a luxurious choice for those of you that want to travel and love on the earth as well.
6. The Big Bungalow Bed & Breakfast
Located just shy of two miles from downtown, this darling bed and breakfast was built in the early 1900s. It gives you a sweet repose from the rush of downtown life, but is still located close enough to infuse your trip with a little lower Broad.
7. Moonshine Hill
A stunning restored cabin located on 22 acres? Yep. We love it. Located in Leipers Fork, Moonshine Hill is a down home, stylish retreat from the rush of the city. Make sure to bring a good book!
8. The Inn at Fontanel
Once the home of country legend Barbara Mandrell, this 27,000-square-foot home is only 20 minutes north of downtown. The property includes an amphitheater, zip lining, a distillery, a café, and more.
9. Music City Loft
More of a vacation rental than a hotel, Music City Loft is a group of 16 lofts available for rent. All of the lofts have fully equipped kitchen. Keep in mind that there's a minimum 2 night stay during the week, and a 3 night minimum on the weekend.
These little known hotels around Nashville are fantastic. Which one would you visit…?