Our trip to Nashville couldn’t have been better if we tried. We had 6 days filled with exploring the city, catching the “flu” 😉 on Broadway, eating at some of the amazing restaurants Nashville has to offer, and staying at the most beautiful hotels. Each hotel Was so unique and fun in its own way. We basially stayed in every corner of the city so we got to be a part of the vibe in each area which was so fun because every place was so different from the pevious one.
But of course there has to be a favorite so ill list them here.
Located in Mid town, The Aertson Hotel presents itself with beautiful views of the city, has an amazing pool on the rooftop (currently closed, seasonal), offers spa services with their own in-house spa, serve amazing food from the Nashville Restaurants | Henley , and of course has some of the best rooms a hotel can offer. Spacious, beautiful bathrooms with large showers (or tubs, in some rooms), comfortable area to do office work, and of course the views off the balcony, will make you want to have all your morning coffee on it. And if that doesn’t sell you, the beautiful decor everywhere will. If you havent stayed at a Kimpton Property yet, each one is very unique to each city it’s in. And Nashville is no exception to that rule. The rooms are beautfully decorated with a very artsy and innovative feel. Yet still make you feel invited and at home.
“Be surrounded by open spaces and original artwork. Kick back with a Tennessee whiskey, neat. Taste inventive dishes at the chef’s private table. Dip your toes into the seasonal rooftop pool overlooking the beautiful Vanderbilt University campus.” There’s nothing better, and if you need more proof, just check out these pictures form it.
Theres truly no place like Nashville, and at the heart of it sits The Gulch Neighborhood with a growing tapestry of luxury hotels, including The Thompson. All of the luxury hotel rooms have floor to-ceiling windows over looking The Gulch and downtown Nashville. You will find sleek surroundings, inspired by the spirit of Music City and infused with the warmth of hardwood floors and midcentury modern décor. And you cant forget about all the tasty food options The Thompson has to offer, including the rooftop bar L.A. Jackson , full of craft coctails and perfect dishes to fill you up. Then head down to Marsh House restaurant for a seafood-focused take on Southern cooking, driven by local farmers and markets. And dont forget to stop by the coffee shop, when you need a little pick me up.
“Thompson Nashville has three noteworthy concepts showcasing a southern style of elevated cuisine. The luxury hotel’s restaurants offer a range of destinations from fast casual to small bites and an oyster bar. Tapping into Nashville’s bounty of farmers and artisanal producers, fresh ingredients are at the center of the Thompson Nashville culinary experience in one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods, The Gulch.”
3. And of course we cant forget the fun and funky 21c Museum Hotel Nashville | 21c Nashville
What I truly loved about the 21C Museum Hotel was how unique it was. Every corner and wall you turned, there would be a unique piece of art. And you can’t miss the very clean and modern design throught the place. They have every size room you might need for your stay, including luxury suits, balcony views and the comfiest of pillows and comfortors for a great nights rest. Once you get your beauty sleep, get ready in the perfectly lit up bathrooms, with that make up light like you’ve always wanted at home, and head on down to Gray & Dudley | Restaurant | Nashville | 21c Museum Hotel for crafted drinks, an amazing avocao toast, and super cool art, thats well curated for an artsy and vibrant place. And the best part is that your within blocks of the party… aka Broadway. So put on your comfiest shoes, and take a walk to the fun honky tonks, live country bars, and get sweapt away by the city lights and dance the night away.