Nashville City Guide


Nashville Hotels Guide

©2006 Barry M. Winkler Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center features indoor tropical gardens, championship golfing, riverboat cruises, and many other amenities.

Despite all the music, you'll sleep soundly in Nashville. You'll find luxury at the Mobil Five-Star Hermitage Hotel (231 Sixth Ave), which has vaulted ceilings of stained glass, dazzling arches decorated with frescoes, and intricate stonework.

Nashvillians often wow their visiting friends and family at the Mobil Three-Star Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center (2800 Opryland Dr), which is adjacent to the Grand Ole Opry and is a good choice for music fans. Nine acres of tropical gardens and flowing rivers are tucked inside climate-controlled glass atriums, allowing guests to enjoy the indoors year-round. It also offers golf, shopping, and other activities nearby.

For a superior stay, there's the Mobil Three-Star Millennium Maxwell House Nashville Hotel (2025 Metrocenter Blvd), where the art is exceptional. The designer Paul Chase has four painted electric guitars there, along with 30 framed ones. And the Maxwell has keepsakes in cases around from Elvis Presley, B.B. King, and Johnny Cash.

Mobil Three-Star Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Nashville (2100 West End Ave) is a well-kept upscale hotel located between Vanderbilt University and downtown Nashville.

Mobil Three-Star Renaissance Nashville Hotel (611 Commerce St) is located between the business district and city's tourist area. You'll be close to fine dining, shopping, and attractions.

Speaking of fine dining, see the next section for an excellent Nashville restaurants guide.