Nashville’s most romantic hotels range from an elegant farmhouse in the countryside to a Beaux Arts grande dame in the heart of downtown.
This beautiful luxury hotel, built in 1910, has an ornate Old World lobby and preserved Art Deco details. The rooms are not inexpensive, but are spacious and comfortable with up-to-date amenities like flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, though some guests find the classic decor a bit stuffy. In the heart of downtown Nashville, the Hermitage is central to a number of city attractions, and also offers solid amenities like a spa, 24-hour room service, and a well-loved, farm-driven restaurant.
This stunning property is built in the style of a Tennessee farmhouse. Six luxurious suites occupy their own building, but share a central deck overlooking a peaceful courtyard with gardens, a pond, fountain, and waterfall. The hotel has a country vibe with an elegant and modern twist. On-site attractions include the Woods Amphitheater, Pritchard's Distillery, Natchez Hills Winery, Music City Ziplines, hiking trails, two restaurants, and a fitness center.
The luxury Hutton Hotel is a modern and beautifully decorated property in Nashville’s Midtown, near Vanderbilt University. Its 247 thoughtfully decorated rooms are on the small side, but clean and functional with comfortable beds and lovely marble showers and distinctive glass vanities. Upscale touches include a spa, 24-hour room service, a fine-dining restaurant, free area shuttle service, and plenty of event space.
The 854-room Omni Nashville Hotel is a large, upscale property in the center of downtown Nashville, connected to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. An array of features include 80,000-square-feet of meeting and event space, two restaurants, a bar, coffee shop, fitness center, spa, and 24-hour room service. Guest rooms are modern, though less luxurious than the rest of the hotel, and include flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and bottled water, but there have been complaints about noise issues due to thin walls.
The upscale Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center is a true destination resort, with nine acres of lush, climate-controlled gardens. Amenities include a full-service spa, 17 distinct dining options, multiple indoor and outdoor pools, and numerous shops. There are almost 3,000 guest rooms that are spacious and tastefully decorated with contemporary details. But the resort’s sheer size can make it confusing and daunting to simply get around. It’s not for everyone, but it's certainly memorable.