Articles Mentioning Davidson County Hotels

What to Do in Nashville (If Country Music Isn’t Your Thing)

While most people associate Nashville with country music concerts and honky-tonk bars, Music City has plenty to offer everyone, even those who aren’t fond of the city’s most famous musical export. Here are but a few things to do in Nashville if country music just isn’t your thing.

11 Freebies You Didn’t Know You Could Snag at Hotels

No matter how well-traveled you are, you’re bound to forget something at home sooner or later. Or, perhaps your luggage will go missing. Either way, hotels are stepping up and standing ready to supply little necessities that their guests may find themselves without. Of course, we’re talking about essentials beyond the expected shampoo, conditioner, body…

The Top Travel Destinations for 2018

At the end of each year, travel experts across the globe publish much-anticipated lists that aim to excite readers about upcoming travel trends. Our 2018 list spans five continents and urges travelers to explore new cities, try new foods, embrace new cultures, and gain new perspectives. And while there are thousands of destinations around the…

10 of the World’s Best Music Cities

papagaio-pirata/Flickr Music is an international language, spanning cultures across the world, and, in fact, across time. Looking at today’s musical landscape, certain cities truly stand out for their music scenes, whether for classical music, jazz, or even techno. In honor of International Music Day on October 1, we’re naming some of our favorite cities for…

Top U.S. State Capitals to Visit

Most lists of amazing U.S. cities to visit are filled with the same old names, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and San Francisco. Although these destinations are popular for good reasons, sticking to the same spots is an easy way to miss out on some other diverse urban experiences that the country…

Why You Should Use Couchsurfing to Travel

Hostels may be the typical go-to accommodation option for budget-minded travelers, but if the rise of Airbnb is any indication, many people on vacation are not only looking for cheap digs, but also somewhere that offers a homey atmosphere. If that sounds like you, couch surfing may offer a home-away-from-home vibe at a low cost.…

8 Amazingly Quirky Budget-Friendly Hotel Chains

The words hotel chain might conjure images of lackluster decor, outdated carpeting, and unpalatable, uninspired food. And while many budget chain properties undoubtedly fall under that umbrella, others are quirky and cool, with hip amenities, affordable prices, and chic details that are worthy of a spot on your Instagram feed. Ahead, we bring you eight…

6 Girlfriend Getaways That Are Easy to Get to From Either Coast

Photo courtesy of Flickr/kristin klein No offense to family vacations and romantic retreats with your significant other, both of which can be relaxing and fun, but there’s nothing quite like hitting the road with your best gal pals. From top-notch shopping and relaxing spas to delicious brunch spots and cozy cocktail bars, there are plenty…

10 Stops You Can’t Miss on an I-40 Road Trip

One of the coolest cross-country trips a traveler can take is along I-40. The third longest interstate in the United States, the route runs all the way from Barstow, California to Wilmington, North Carolina (that’s a 36-hour drive from end-to-end, in case you’re wondering). Yet, it’s not the length that makes I-40 appealing for travelers.…

The 12 Most Patriotic Destinations to Celebrate the 4th of July

Ever wonder why Independence Day is celebrated with shooting off fireworks? Turns out, the explosions were a personal request of founding father John Adams. In a letter to his wife Abigail, he even suggested the anniversary be marked with a long list of things including “illuminations from one end of this continent to the other…