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The Best Luxury Hotels in Nashville

Posted on: November 1st, 2017

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If you’re a person of high-end taste and love basing yourself in posh hotels wherever your travels take you, then you have come to the right place; Nashville has plenty of luxury hotels that you can choose from. After all, you can never go wrong with palatial beddings, plush towels, deluxe bathrooms, on-site gyms and spas, and many more luxuries available at these high-end hotels.

Of course, the Music City has numerous attractions beyond the hotel lobbies, but if you’re looking for a relaxing and lush place to lay your head after you’re done with your day’s activities, our Limo Service in Nashville has compiled a list of some incredible high-end hotels that will allow you the most stylish and comfortable stay.

The Inn at Fontanel

The Inn at Fontanel is perched on a 184-acre expanse with numerous attractions. These attractions include a wine tasting room, a whiskey and rum distillery, an amphitheater that keeps guests entertained with a wide range of shows, and two world-class restaurants. At the Inn, you will also be able to go zip-lining, go hiking, rummage through a convenience store, explore the gift shop, and hit the gym for some exercise. All these amenities and activities make the Inn at Fontanel a travel destination in its own right.

Each of the suites at the Inn has a homelike feel, and as much as the suites may vary in size and amenities, they all include free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV with cable connection, room service, and complimentary bottled water. The Grand Southern Suite, however, has a large walk-in closet, the King Guest House Suite has a cozy fireplace, and the Carriage House Suite (which is our personal favorite) has a rooftop patio.

Renaissance Nashville Hotel

This luxurious hotel is perfect for anyone who wants to be close to downtown, which makes it convenient if you’re in Nashville for business purposes. The Renaissance Hotel is just a walking distance to the Ryman Auditorium, Nashville’s most popular music venue. The hotel also happens to be located just a few blocks away from Nashville’s most trendy eating places, honky-tonk bars, and the famous Country Music Hall of Fame, which makes it super-convenient if you’re here to explore Nashville.

The Renaissance Hotel stretches 25 floors high and guest-rooms, therefore, offer tenants dazzling views of the Music City’s skyline. Here you will also enjoy the indoor pool, the on-site fitness gym, and an in-house Starbucks that will give you a much needed morning or evening pick-up.

Hermitage Hotel

The Hermitage Hotel can only be described as grandiose; the hotel’s lobby is broad and elegantly crafted in a Beaux-Arts style, with marble beams, and stained glass ceilings. The rooms are large and feature a classic interior design, beds designed by the same company used by the British Royal Family, marble bathrooms, and flat-screen TVs. One interesting fact to note about the Hermitage Hotel is that it owns a farm and that roughly 85% of its on-site hotel food (which is actually popular among guests and locals alike) comes from there.

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