4 Star Hotels in Nashville
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- Bridgestone Arena
- Nissan Stadium
- Music City Center
- Opry Mills
- Ryman Auditorium
- Grand Ole Opry
- Vanderbilt University
- CoolSprings Galleria
- Opryland Hotel Gardens
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Nashville Municipal Auditorium
- Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
- Belmont University
- Mall at Green Hills
- Tennessee State University
- Nashville Convention Center
- Riverfront Park
- Nashville Zoo
- Tennessee State Fairgrounds
- Marathon Music Works
Four Star Nashville hotels
Things to see in Nashville
If you’re up for top-of-the-range arts and entertainment, Nashville has it all, from the country stylings of the Grand Ole Opry to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, home to the city’s Ballet and Opera companies, and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. You’ll find excellent exhibitions of local and international artworks at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, housed in a magnificent art deco building. Right next door is the landmark Union Station, built as a train station in 1900 and now one of the most famous 4-star hotels in Nashville, complete with a 65-foot-high stained glass ceiling in its enormous lobby. Booking a table for lunch or dinner at the hotel’s Prime 108 restaurant comes highly recommended. If you want to wander further back into Nashville’s past, a visit to the Belle Meade plantation and visitor’s center offers a tantalizing glimpse of the Old South.
4-star hotels in Nashville
There are plenty of stylish 4 star hotels in Nashville, throughout the city center and surrounding neighborhoods. From the ultra-modern and chic to the indulgent and venerable, the sheer range of 4-star accommodation in Nashville is impressive. You’ll find dependable hotel brands offering good-value rooms alongside high-end amenities such as free WiFi, fitness suites, on-site restaurants, and even swimming pools. Four star accommodation in Nashville also includes elegant inns which offer authentic Southern hospitality in refined settings, while historical, family-run establishments are a good option for those desiring a taste of old-fashioned gentility.
Where to stay in Nashville
Germantown, with its restored 19th-century buildings, year-round Nashville Farmers’ Market, and great bistros, is a pleasant quarter housing many of the best 4-star hotels in Nashville. Downtown offers a host of cultural opportunities, including the Frist Center, as well as some of Nashville’s top 4-star hotels. The West End/Hillsboro Village is known for its lively nightlife, cool shops, and excellent dining options. Four star hotels here are typically independent with a charming bohemian vibe. Stay in the stylish streets around 8th Avenue South to be close to upscale boutiques and vintage shops, as well as some of Nashville’s best live music venues.
How to get to Nashville
Although 6 small regional airports serve the wider area, most visitors begin their Nashville vacation by flying into Nashville International Airport, which serves over 50 destinations in the US. From here, one of the city’s many cab companies can deliver you straight to your hotel in the vehicle of your choice, be it sedan, SUV, or full limo. The Nashville MTA is the city’s bus system, organized around a central station and serving downtown. However, with so many taxis on the streets, hailing a cab is the easiest way to get around, particularly at night.
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