Nashville has many hotels that are considered luxury hotels. Some of these hotels offer additional amenities, more spacious rooms, and an array of other incentives. What hotels are really worth the extra cash you will spend?
Loews Vanderbilt Hotel is one such hotel. Inside the lobby a jukebox is available featuring music from the hotel’s many celebrity guests. You’ll also be able to view art work in the Kraus Art Gallery, and see notes from Nashville’s most famous songwriters. Along with 240 guest rooms and 14 suite style rooms, there are 3 levels of private key entry rooms. Rooms are large, offering fresh cut flowers and modern themes. Among the many amenities offered you will enjoy a business center, on site child care, a day spa, fitness center, dry cleaning and laundry services, and pet sitting services. Pets are charges a one time fee of $25. A standard room at Loews consists of flat screen televisions with on demand access, wake up calls from the stars, plush robes and towels, all natural body care products, in room safe, daily newspaper, and a mini bar. Children are always welcomed here, and there are many goodies for the kids, including Fisher Price welcome gifts, a lending library, movies, and more. Staff members are professional and courteous, and greet you by your name from the minute you walk inside. Room rates start at $259 per night, worth every penny.
When you need the convenience of a downtown hotel, consider The Hermitage Hotel. This 5 star hotel is in the heart of Nashville’s business and entertainment district. Presidents, singers, actors, and athletes have all chosen this hotel for there stays in Nashville. Employees are dedicated to meeting your every need while maintaining friendliness and warmth. Elegant and spacious guest rooms feature marble countertops in bathroom, separate bath and shower areas, plush robes and towels, wi-fi, DVD/CD player, a morning paper, and magazines. Spa and fitness services are available, as well as a business center, on site dining, and laundry and dry cleaning services. For as low as $159 per night, you can experience the history and richness this hotel offers.
The Hutton Hotel is one of the newest hotels to make its way to Nashville. A 4 star, boutique style hotel located on West End Avenue, you will be close to downtown and many of the city’s landmarks. The Hutton Hotel offers a modern atmosphere that is comfortable and inviting. 2 spa areas are available, with the special feature of in room spa services. You’ll also be treated to a java bar in the lobby, a business center, eco friendly designs, flat panel televisions in guest rooms, and granite floor baths. Room rates begin as low as $119 per night.
The Millennium Maxwell House Hotel is Nashville’s only music themed hotel, featuring art, design, and music memorabilia. The hotel is minutes from everything-downtown, shopping, airport, and all of the city’s landmarks and attractions. A standard room features plenty of move around space with contemporary designs, oversized comforters, wi-fi, satellite television, and a daily newspaper. Amenities include on site business center, health center, free airport transportation, and shuttle service. Bar and restaurant are located on site. Southern hospitality at it’s best, with rates as low as $109 per night.