10 Nashville Boutique Hotels to Visit for a Weekend

Looking for a weekend retreat but don’t want to spend time traveling? With the surge of boutique hotels in Nashville, you can be a tourist for a weekend or just overnight. Here is a selection of 10 boutique hotels to try for your next adventure.

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230 4th Avenue North, Nashville

This new hotspot has everything you would need for a weekend – spa, restaurant, cafe, and music. You could easily check-in and never leave until check-out time. Located in downtown but just off the beaten path, it’s a quiet retreat from Broadway but a short boot stompin’ walk to the honky-tonks. Don’t miss the rooftop lounge – complete with a pool and a 1956 Scenicruiser bus that’s retrofitted for late-night parties under the stars. There are 144 rooms at Bobby Hotel with a selection of standard rooms, rooms with a balcony and one-two bedroom suites.

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200 4th Avenue North, Nashville

Originally opening as a hotel in Nashville back in 1930, the property has been brought back to life. A 224-room hotel showcases art deco interiors with an art gallery, complete with 13 stories giving area views of the Cumberland River and Broadway. Get up early and for a cup of joe at the Barista Parlor coffee bar called Drug Store Coffee. You can also enjoy a gym, water station on each floor where you refill your water bottle with still or sparkling water. For dining, you have two options -Rare Bird on the rooftop and Makeready Libations and Liberations which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

For Mother’s Day, they are offering a day staycation where you stay in one of the rooms for the day, enjoy an in-room spa treatment, and receive your meals in your room. Your stay is from 9 a – 5 p. You can also select the Mother’s Day Brunch package where you spend the night and enjoy brunch, free valet, and late check-out. Mom gets a free mimosa at Makeready L&L.

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1603 Woodland Street, Nashville

Owned by Lynn Porter, we wanted to mention this bed and breakfast location that was recently featured on CNN Travel. With only eight rooms, this is the second location of Urban Cowboy, the first one is located in Brooklyn, NY. Located in East Nashville in a Victorian home, you will find tuned instruments on the wall that guests are encouraged to play as well as a claw foot tub in each guest room. Guests and locals can grab a bite to eat at Public House, the restaurant/bar on site.

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4. Kimpton Aerston Hotel

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2021 Broadway, Nashville

Located on Broadway, but not Broadway with all of the honky-tonks, it’s in the Vanderbilt University section of Nashville. Still close to downtown and if you’ve never been to Winners or Losers, where many a number one hit has been penned, you are steps away. The hotel boasts a modern design with the popular restaurant Henley attached, there’s even a rooftop pool. For those who like to be active, they offer bikes for guest to use and yoga mats. Two other restaurant steps away – Nada and Caviar and Bananas.

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221 Second Avenue North, Nashville

21C Museum Hotel was established by art collectors Laura Brown and Steve Wilson with their first location in Louisville, KY. What’s unique about each location is the art collection and the signature penguins. There’s even free docent-guided tours scheduled throughout the week. Inside the 124-room hotel, it features a spa, rooftop bar and notable Dudley & Gray restaurant. LA Times featured the hotel as one of the places in their list of places to stay while in Nashville.

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401 Union Street, Nashville

Opening in March 2018, the 81-room boutique hotel is located in the arts district. Design elements of the hotel give a nod to the 60s and 70s. The Fairlane Hotel was inspired by the building’s original interior and exterior architecture as the Nashville headquarters of the now-defunct Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan. Food and beverage options include Ellington’s Mid Way Bar & Grill, Mile End Delicatessen and Union Teller Coffee Counter. You can even get in your morning workout in their fitness facility.

Launching on May 15, you can take part in “Ladies Happy Hour Book Club” featuring local female authors the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 5:30 pm to 7 pm at the restaurant. Tickets are $15 a person and include valet parking, a happy hour cocktail, and small bites and a chance to celebrate local writers.

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401 11th Avenue, Nashville

Located in the heart of the Gulch, this trendy spot has been the talk of the town since it opened in 2016. The guest room has a fully stocked mini bar, it also has a curated vinyl collection by none other than Jack White of Third Man Records. Dining options include Marsh House helmed by John Besh’s Our Hospitality, Killebrew Coffee fixes the need for caffeine and it has one of the best views in Nashville at the rooftop bar- LA Jackson. There’s onsite fitness center but no pool. You are walking distance to Biscuit Love, Bridgestone Arena, and longstanding music venue The Station Inn.

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8. Cambria Hotel

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118 8th Avenue South, Nashville

Cambria is located just steps away from Bridgestone Arena and Broadway on 8th Avenue. It’s southern hospitality but in a modern setting. No spa but a well-equipped workout facility and grab and go food. NashHouse Southern Spoon offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The new music venue called True Music Room has scheduled entertainment so you can hear live music during your stay. The best part is the pool on the fifth floor which has an amazing view of downtown Nashville.  From now until September 15, you don’t have to be guest to enjoy the pool. Each Sunday beginning on May 12, they are hosting a pool party from 2 p – 6 p where you can enjoy specialty cocktails, shots, lite bites, and frozen treats by FrutaPOP.

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9. Germantown Inn

1218 6th Avenue North, Nashville

Located in the Germantown neighborhood, the Germantown Inn only has ten suites available in the historic home turned hotel. Each room is inspired by a past president with names like The Polk, The Jackson, and more. Staying here is likened to staying in someone’s home, with a beautiful common area, courtyard, and rooftop space. There’s no onsite restaurant but you are walking distance to Rolf & Daughters, 5th & Taylor, and City House.

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10. Hotel Indigo

301 Union Street, Nashville

Located in the historic Printers Alley, this 97-room hotel is just a short walk to Broadway, The Ryman, and local downtown points of interest. Each room is decorated to reflect Nashville with leather headboards and a nod to music. Some rooms feature a separate sitting area with a fireplace. Unlike most hotels, pets are allowed for a fee. There’s an onsite fitness center available to guests. District Bar and Kitchen is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You will find live music playing daily in-house.

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