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Hotels in Nashville near Nissan Stadium

Nissan Stadium Introduction

Overlooking the Cumberland River in Nashville, the Nissan Stadium is the home ground of the National Football League (NFL) team, the Tennessee Titans. Opened in 1997, the 70,000-seater arena also hosts the Tennessee State Tigers from Tennessee State University, plus various music concerts, including the main stage of the CMA Music Festival each June. It's close to several sports bars and restaurants, and just a few minutes' walk from Cumberland Park, just across the river from the Tennessee State Capitol.

Hotels near Nissan Stadium

The stadium's downtown location means there are many hotels to choose from. These range from low-key inns and motels to mid-range chain hotels and more boutique offerings. The affordable hotels in the area offer comfortable, unpretentious rooms, plus free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and parking. The mid-range and upmarket hotels often have modern rooms, stylish restaurants, and indoor or outdoor pools. Nashville's busiest time is between May and October, when the weather is warm and the city is alive with music festivals and concerts. For bargain hotel rates, come in winter, when room rates drop with the temperature.

Where to stay near Nissan Stadium

The Nissan Stadium is on the eastern bank of the Cumberland River, next to Cumberland Park and across the river from Nashville Arts District. Many music and arts lovers choose this area thanks to its proximity to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the Ryman Auditorium, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. To the east of the stadium is East Nashville, a relaxed bohemian area popular with musicians and artists. A few blocks south of downtown is The Gulch, where you'll find some of Nashville's most iconic music bars, plus hip diners and quirky shops.

Things to see near Nissan Stadium

Nashville is known as the capital of country music. If you head across the river you'll find the Ryman Auditorium (the former home of the Grand Ole Opry), and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, both within a mile of the stadium. From here it's a 5-minute walk to the Johnny Cash Museum, where you can witness rare pictures and memorabilia of the iconic singer-songwriter. You could also catch a concert at The Grand Ole Opry, a concert hall famous for its live country music radio shows, which lies 10 miles northeast of the stadium.

How to get to Nissan Stadium

The downtown location of the Nissan Stadium means it's easy to reach by car and public transport. It's 0.5 miles from I-24 and Highway 41, the 2 main routes which circumnavigate the city. Ample parking is available. The stadium is 8 miles northwest of Nashville International Airport, or less than an hour by bus. Getting around the city is easy. Most landmark attractions in downtown, including the Johnny Cash Museum and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, are within 10 minutes' walk. Or hop on a Nashville MTA bus, which connects downtown to Nashville's outer suburbs.

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