Your booking experience in Nashville
Booked.net makes it easy stumble upon the best Nashville hotel deals for your holiday. We have modern and historical hotels with a big list of amenities and services along with other popular accommodation options which provide you with an ideal base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Nashville
Proximity to public transport
If you have tickets for a flight from or to Nashville International airport, you can find accommodation conveniently placed near it, such as Embassy Suites Nashville - Airport or Springhill Suites Nashville Airport.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to a river, parks and palm trees staying at Renaissance Nashville Hotel with rates at 470US$. Union Station Hotel, Autograph Collection is an affordable hotel that is a 10-minute walk to the center and a 5-minute walk to Frist Center Cafe. Guests planning to visit East Nashville district could consider booking a room at Vandyke, which is a short walk from Nissan Stadium.
Consider Hilton Nashville Downtown, a 4-star hotel within 5 minutes' walking distance of The Johnny Cash Museum. To stay near Antique Archaeology, book a room at The Hayes Street Hotel, which is also less than 200 meters from Sunset Grill.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Just a short leap from O Gallery, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel offers a high-end luxury stay, with a tennis court, an indoor swimming pool and hiking, all for an excellent deal. To be located next to a river, parks and hills, choose Nashville Airport Marriott, which is a 4-star boutique hotel. Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Nashville At Opryland is a top-rated chain hotel in Opryland Area district, and is situated within easy reach of Gaylord Opryland Resort Gardens.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who are seeking comfy B&Bs can stop by Fox Trot Carousel, where they will find Nashville Tn Vacation Rentals with a tennis court, a Jacuzzi and bowling. Hotel Indigo Nashville and Sleep Inn in Downtown Nashville district are good options for the business traveler. Holiday Inn Nashville-Vanderbilt is a popular resort with a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course for an unforgettable stay.
Known as the country-music capital of the world, Nashville juggles its musical roots with a reputation for higher learning.
Tennessee's fast-growing capital city has been dubbed - ''Athens of South''. And it takes this role as seriously as music. As ancient Athens was the "School of Hellas," so Nashville, where a full-size replica of the Parthenon graces Centennial Park, fills this role in the contemporary South.
It is a place infused with the gods of Mt Olympus and you can gain the favor of the gods on a trip to Nashville. With Booked.net, in a click you can book any hotel in Nashville you like from cheap offers to luxury Nashville hotels.
Speaking of ancient gods, there is a perhaps one of them who presides over Nashville – Terpsichore, muse of singing and dancing, thus Nashville is the ''music box'' of the world.
Its music scene is an everlasting contributor to MTV hit parades as the country genre has spread and become entrenched – affecting the folk music of the early 20th century, groovy sounds of the 1960s and the ''punk pop'' of the 1990s.
Music started in Nashville from Grand Ole Opry radio program at station WSM's Barn Dance in 1925 and thrived to MTV years. Today you don't need a good ear for music to recognize the sounds of Nashville. Have you ever heard some songs about hitchhiking, bottles of alcohol and a master-class in picking up women? Yes…all of that can be discovered in one song, but that's the way life goes in Nashville… after sunset.
During the daytime Nashville is an exemplary city with 16 colleges and universities, two medical schools, two law schools, six business schools and numerous sights to see. Attractions include;
- AT&T Building, the tallest building in the state of Tennessee
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, a location for exhibits and live performances
- Fort Negley, this civil-war era fort saw reconstruction in the 1930s.
- The Hermitage, a former home of US President Andrew Jackson
- The Pantheon, a full-scale reconstruction of the original Greek Pantheon
All these places make up an echo of city's glorious past. Nashville was founded in 1779 as a seat of Davidson County and soon became the capital of Tennessee in 1843. After Civil War the city experienced explosive growth, especially during the economic boom of the 1990s under the rule of Mayor Phil Bredesen, who renovated several city landmarks like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Nashville Public Library downtown and Bridgestone Arena.
You can book a hotel in Nashville stone's throw from any of these attractions with interactive map of hotels at Booked.net.