Tennessee May 28, 2015
10 Places To Stay In Tennessee That Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Are you looking to have a rockin’ awesome summer visit to the south? Are you looking for a place to stay that’s one for the books? Then do we have a treat for you! We scoured the state and came up with some neat spots that are sure to peak your interest. Take a look!
10) Union Station Hotel - Nashville
Once a railroad terminal, this depot sent Al Capone en route to his prison sentence and has graced Nashville since 1900. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Stunning. All the synonyms.
9) Great Smoky Mountain Jellystone Camp - Gatlinburg
If you're looking for an unusual camping spot, make reservations for a Yogi Yurt. You get a mini-fridge and ceiling fan, plus a ton of cool pictures. There are also numerous activities like scavenger hunts and movie nights out in the campground, so don't miss out!
8) Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Chattanooga
If you've ever dreamt of spending the evening on a Victorian era train, well. Chattanooga Choo-Choo? We think the name of this place explains it all.
7) Hermitage Hotel - Nashville
With more than one hundred years of history, the Hermitage Hotel and its award-winning restaurant, the Capitol Grille, is the shwanky place you need to live the high life in middle Tennessee. Not only have six presidents laid their heads on these pillows, but so have Bette Davis, Greta Garbo, and Al Capone. Are you next?!
6) Inn at Christmas Palace - Pigeon Forge
Who cares if it's summertime? At this Tennessee hot spot, it's Christmas ALL year long. You'll be greeted by the on-site Singing Santa, get to indulge in the homemade cookies that are left out for you every evening and the free hotel breakfast? The bomb.
5) The Peabody - Memphis
Ducks live here. Really, they do. The hotel has some resident fowl that wander the marble halls, and we think they add a little somethin' extra. Because they do.
4) Opryland Hotel & Resort - Nashville
It's like a little city. A rockin' awesome little city that has a four story waterfall and river inside. Yeah. You heard us - INSIDE.
3) Margaritaville Island Hotel - Pigeon Forge
It's not just a son, it's a way of life! This actual resort will have you spinning around in the hotel with no reason to leave. The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel stretches 200-feet and there is even an entertainment complex across from the hotel. Shopping, anyone?
2) River Inn of Harbor Town - Memphis
As one of Tennessee's most luxurious hotels, you have the chance to indulge in a riverfront view and have a relaxing vacation right on the great Mississippi.
1) The 404 - Nashville
Top-secret and vibrantly posh, Adele loves to check into The 404 when she visits Music City. With only five rooms, each decorated by a local artist, you'll for sure feel like royalty as you settle in for the night.
There’s a little something for everybody, don’t you think? Which one would get your check-in? Let us know in the comments below!