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Just as every city has its own unique energy pulsing through the streets and the people within it; so does every boutique hotel. As a guest, you’ll be treated to a type of live theater performance with a unique cast of characters: Guests from every walk of life, hotel staff, and you – the star of the show. 

Our featured boutique hotels in Nashville, TN are the ones that perfectly capture the city’s vibe. The ones we’re currently obsessed with. And the ones that deserve to have you in the starring role: As a pampered guest looking to capture the true essence of Nashville.

21c Museum Hotel

Nashville , TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » 21c Museum Hotel 21c Museum Hotel221 2nd Ave N., Nashville, TN 37201This Nashville boutique hotel is located in the historic Gray and Dudley Building, which dates back to 1900. The property is, of course, a hotel, but it’s also a public contemporary art museum, restaurant, and bar, which has completely integrated itself into the heart and soul of downtown Nashville. 21c has more than 10,500 sq. ft. of exhibition space, making it one of the largest multi-venue contemporary art museums in the U.S. These curated works of art reflect the global nature of these modern times; some invoke joy, others encourage personal reflection, and some are quite haunting in nature. Regardless of theme,  a stroll through the exhibits is both fascinating and relaxing. The exhibitions rotate, so there’s always something new. Best of all, they are free and open to the general public 365 days a year. If you’re able, take one of the guided docent tours offered every Tuesday and Thursday for a deeper appreciation of the works. Each of the 124 guest rooms and suites features hardwood floors and high ceilings, contemporary furnishings, large windows, and elegant floor-to-ceiling drapery. The bedding and linens are exquisite and you’ll find thoughtful touches such as plush bathrobes and luxury bath products. Guests rave about the on-site restaurant, Gray and Dudley. The menu is inventive and eclectic and uses only the finest ingredients with a focus on locally-sourced seasonal ingredients. If you’re not up for a full meal, head to the bar for a cocktail or a glass of wine. The on-site 21c Museum Hotel spa is located on the third floor and offers a variety of luxurious massages; whether you’re an athlete, a mama-to-be, or just want to relax and unwind. You can even choose to have an in-room massage, a luxury unavailable at most Nashville day spas. Book 21c Museum HotelAll rooms include the following: Minimum 43” HDTV, free Wi-Fi, Nespresso coffee machine, minibar, access to the fitness center with Peloton bikes, and original artwork on display in the room. Please note that due to the building’s unique historic features, floorplans may vary within each room type. Deluxe Double Queen:
  • 2 Queen beds
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combo
  • Faces the interior lightwell
  • 448 sq. ft.
Deluxe King:
  • King bed facing the interior lightwell
  • Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower
  • 263 sq. ft.
Deluxe Suite:
  • King bed
  • Separate living area
  • Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower
  • 596 sq. ft.
Luxury Double Queen:
  • 2 Queen beds
  • Bathroom with tub/shower combo
  • 402 sq. ft.
Luxury King:
  • King bed
  • Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower
  • Large windows
  • Contemporary art from 21c founder Laura Lee Brown
  • Custom-designed furnishings
  • 333 sq. ft.
Luxury Suite:
  • King bed
  • Large windows and city views
  • Contemporary art from 21c founder Laura Lee Brown
  • Custom-designed furnishings
  • Separate living area with sectional sofa
  • Dining area
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combo and dual vanity
  • 675 ...
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Dream Nashville

Nashville, TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » Dream Nashville Dream Nashville210 4th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37219Printer’s Alley is a fascinating historic district that’s seen the likes of horse hitching posts, saloons, newspaper offices, and speakeasies. Today, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the hub of Nashville’s nightlife. It’s also where you’ll find Dream Nashville, a can’t-miss Nashville boutique hotel with loads of dining options. The hotel features 168 swanky, Art Deco-inspired guest rooms, including 21 suites. Room details include high ceilings, a colorful palate of deep reds and soothing blues, and plenty of intriguing design details–think dreamy Japanese-style Suminagashi-marbled wall coverings, luxurious oushak rugs, and Karelian Burl wood closets. And the comfort and relaxation you’ll find here is nearly unsurpassed. It really is a sumptuous urban retreat. A huge part of Dream’s appeal is it’s culinary scene. You’ll find six (yes, 6!) restaurant and nightlife offerings on site, with plenty of variety– whether you’re up for a cocktail or a romantic dinner for two. Each spot provides a distinctive experience, but they’re all rooted in the unique history of Nashville and Printer’s Alley. Culture, flavors, design, music… they all merge to create a one-of-a-kind escape. Here’s a quick rundown of the dining and nightlife options at Dream Nashville:
  • Stateside Kitchen- A beautiful brasserie-style eatery that showcases fresh, locally-sourced ingredients served up under a glass atrium designed by a renowned Nashville-based interior designer. Sample items include The Chop–a 22 oz. bone-in Kurobuta pork chop–and the Bucatini Jumbo Prawn Pasta. All breads and sweets are made in-house at the Superfine Bakery.
  • Natura Nashville- This casual café focuses on plant-based dishes adorned with fine meats and cheeses, if you wish. All ingredients are as fresh as possible and most are locally sourced. Sample items include a warm beet salad topped with Montchevre goat cheese spread, rye croutons, blood orange, and fresh mint. Or start the day with avocado toast on freshly-baked sourdough with sunny-side up egg, baby mustard greens, and toasted seeds.
  • Parlour Bar- Named one of Nashville's best cocktail lounges, Parlour Bar serves up classic cocktails with a special flair in a sophisticated but unpretentious atmosphere. Many liquors have been barrel-aged in house and their craft beer selection includes a variety of local and regional favorites. Try the Lavender Bees Knees with Plymouth gin, lemon, acacia honey, and lavender bitters for a real treat. Add a side of spiced marcona almonds and you have the perfect start to a great night on the town.
  • Easy 8- A rotating menu means no matter how many times you stop in, you’ll always have the perfect meal or late-night indulgence. There are always eight sandwiches (or other foods not needing a fork) to choose from, and they can be paired with vintage sodas, sweet tea, and fries. Think cheesesteaks, banh mi, and foot-long corn dogs.
  • Dirty Little Secret- This cocktail and entertainment venue showcases live performances, surprise acts, and up-and-coming musicians and DJs. It ...
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Bobby Hotel

Nashville, TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » Bobby Hotel Bobby Hotel230 4th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37219Just a few steps from historic Printer’s Alley you’ll find one of the most hip hotels in the Music City–Bobby Hotel. Bobby is a vibrant 144-room Nashville boutique hotel unlike any other. It describes itself as having ‘creative rooms for inspired guests,' and you'll prove that as soon as you step into the lobby. The property features an eclectic mix of treasures that “Bobby” has collected in his travels across the globe, with design concepts inspired by New York, Rome, Paris, Marrakech, London, and Amsterdam, to name a few. Note that the hotel’s website does not clarify who this mysterious person called Bobby is, but after seeing the hotel, you’ll probably want to be his/her/their friend! Another cool thing about Bobby? His hotel welcomes pets, and you may even meet a “canine ambassador” in the lobby. Seeing as how Nashville has been named as one of the Most Pet-Friendly U.S. cities, it only makes sense that Bobby embraces your furry friends as any other guest. Bobby is also a major contributor to the Nashville culinary scene and is home to four separate dining and nightlife concepts.
  • Tavern at Bobby- Blends seasonal American favorites with multicultural dishes and preparation methods. Vibe is elegance served with a side of rough edges.
  • Bobby’s Garage Bar- A can’t miss, gritty bar complete with neon art, stools made from vintage oil cans, salvaged car parts, and staff in denim work shirts. Various types of live rock music on tap.
  • Café at Bobby- Great for breakfast and coffee or lunch and a little “hair of the dog.” Bring Fido, as it’s a pet-friendly restaurant. Sit and dine or grab and go.
  • Rooftop Lounge- A funky rooftop bar with phenomenal city views. Enjoy the 1956 retrofitted Greyhound bus to lounge in and clear “igloos” to rent in the winter.
Bobby also has some of Nashville’s largest guest rooms and plenty of perks and necessities. Enjoy 24-hour room service (because 3 AM omelettes are a necessity, right?), a fully-stocked minibar, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen smart TV, custom wall units, round-the-clock gym access, and concierge services. And Bobby’s eclectic bathrooms are consistently a guest favorite. Oh, don’t forget to ask Bobby's driver to take you out on the town in the 1963 Lincoln Continental for a Nashville experience you won’t soon forget. Book The Bobby HotelNo matter which room you choose, you’ll find several creature comforts in every guest room and suite the Bobby offers. These include rainfall shower heads, fully-stocked minibars, in-room safes, smart TV, luxurious bath amenities, and custom wall units. And the Bobby is known for their eclectic bathrooms; they're a big hit with guests! Standard King:
  • King bed
  • 380 sq. ft.
Standard King with Balcony:
  • King bed
  • 380 sq. ft.
  • Balcony views of the city
Standard Accessible King:
  • King bed
  • 348 sq. ft.
  • ADA accessible room
  • ...
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EXPERIENCE NASHVILLE

Boutique hotels Nashville, TN and good music go hand and hand. Nashville’s music scene is as diverse as the singers and songwriters who make up the community. Did you know that you can listen to live music 365 days a year at Nashville’s famous honky tonks? If you love country music, you’re in luck. But you’ll also find many other musical styles throughout town. Jazz, rock, R&B, bluegrass, punk, Americana… there really is something for every type of music lover.

The birthplace of the famous Nashville hot chicken is home to a flourishing restaurant and bar scene, and it’s offerings are quite impressive. Best of all, many Nashville, TN boutique hotels proudly feature fine dining restaurants and upscale bars right on their properties. Expect to find everything from elevated Southern classics, modern Middle Eastern fare, Tex-Mex, Greek and Turkish favorites, classic Ethiopian dishes, and nearly every flavor in between. Of course, the crowd favorites offer up plenty of locally-sourced ingredients and stellar service.

And let’s not forget the drinks. You’ll find a nice selection of cool cocktail bars for every occasion. Whether you’re up for a sunny rooftop bar with sweeping views of downtown, a cozy table for two in a candlelit lounge, or a hoppin’ club for a night of partying with friends, you’ll find the perfect location. 

Let the music move you with a stay in any of our picks for the best hotels Nashville, TN. 

 

21c Museum Hotel

Nashville , TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » 21c Museum Hotel 21c Museum Hotel221 2nd Ave N., Nashville, TN 37201This Nashville boutique hotel is located in the historic Gray and Dudley Building, which dates back to 1900. The property is, of course, a hotel, but it’s also a public contemporary art museum, restaurant, and bar, which has completely integrated itself into the heart and soul of downtown Nashville. 21c has more than 10,500 sq. ft. of exhibition space, making it one of the largest multi-venue contemporary art museums in the U.S. These curated works of art reflect the global nature of these modern times; some invoke joy, others encourage personal reflection, and some are quite haunting in nature. Regardless of theme,  a stroll through the exhibits is both fascinating and relaxing. The exhibitions rotate, so there’s always something new. Best of all, they are free and open to the general public 365 days a year. If you’re able, take one of the guided docent tours offered every Tuesday and Thursday for a deeper appreciation of the works. Each of the 124 guest rooms and suites features hardwood floors and high ceilings, contemporary furnishings, large windows, and elegant floor-to-ceiling drapery. The bedding and linens are exquisite and you’ll find thoughtful touches such as plush bathrobes and luxury bath products. Guests rave about the on-site restaurant, Gray and Dudley. The menu is inventive and eclectic and uses only the finest ingredients with a focus on locally-sourced seasonal ingredients. If you’re not up for a full meal, head to the bar for a cocktail or a glass of wine. The on-site 21c Museum Hotel spa is located on the third floor and offers a variety of luxurious massages; whether you’re an athlete, a mama-to-be, or just want to relax and unwind. You can even choose to have an in-room massage, a luxury unavailable at most Nashville day spas. Book 21c Museum HotelAll rooms include the following: Minimum 43” HDTV, free Wi-Fi, Nespresso coffee machine, minibar, access to the fitness center with Peloton bikes, and original artwork on display in the room. Please note that due to the building’s unique historic features, floorplans may vary within each room type. Deluxe Double Queen: 2 Queen beds Bathroom with shower/tub combo Faces the interior lightwell 448 sq. ft. Deluxe King: King bed facing the interior lightwell Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower 263 sq. ft. Deluxe Suite: King bed Separate living area Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower 596 sq. ft. Luxury Double Queen: 2 Queen beds Bathroom with tub/shower combo 402 sq. ft. Luxury King: King bed Bathroom with glass-enclosed standing shower Large windows Contemporary art from 21c founder Laura Lee Brown Custom-designed furnishings 333 sq. ft. Luxury Suite: King bed Large windows and city views Contemporary art from 21c founder Laura Lee Brown Custom-designed furnishings Separate living area with sectional sofa Dining area Bathroom with shower/tub combo and dual vanity 675 sq. ft. Terrace King: King bed Sweeping city views on the semi-private ...
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Dream Nashville

Nashville, TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » Dream Nashville Dream Nashville210 4th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37219Printer’s Alley is a fascinating historic district that’s seen the likes of horse hitching posts, saloons, newspaper offices, and speakeasies. Today, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the hub of Nashville’s nightlife. It’s also where you’ll find Dream Nashville, a can’t-miss Nashville boutique hotel with loads of dining options. The hotel features 168 swanky, Art Deco-inspired guest rooms, including 21 suites. Room details include high ceilings, a colorful palate of deep reds and soothing blues, and plenty of intriguing design details–think dreamy Japanese-style Suminagashi-marbled wall coverings, luxurious oushak rugs, and Karelian Burl wood closets. And the comfort and relaxation you’ll find here is nearly unsurpassed. It really is a sumptuous urban retreat. A huge part of Dream’s appeal is it’s culinary scene. You’ll find six (yes, 6!) restaurant and nightlife offerings on site, with plenty of variety– whether you’re up for a cocktail or a romantic dinner for two. Each spot provides a distinctive experience, but they’re all rooted in the unique history of Nashville and Printer’s Alley. Culture, flavors, design, music… they all merge to create a one-of-a-kind escape. Here’s a quick rundown of the dining and nightlife options at Dream Nashville: Stateside Kitchen- A beautiful brasserie-style eatery that showcases fresh, locally-sourced ingredients served up under a glass atrium designed by a renowned Nashville-based interior designer. Sample items include The Chop–a 22 oz. bone-in Kurobuta pork chop–and the Bucatini Jumbo Prawn Pasta. All breads and sweets are made in-house at the Superfine Bakery. Natura Nashville- This casual café focuses on plant-based dishes adorned with fine meats and cheeses, if you wish. All ingredients are as fresh as possible and most are locally sourced. Sample items include a warm beet salad topped with Montchevre goat cheese spread, rye croutons, blood orange, and fresh mint. Or start the day with avocado toast on freshly-baked sourdough with sunny-side up egg, baby mustard greens, and toasted seeds. Parlour Bar- Named one of Nashville's best cocktail lounges, Parlour Bar serves up classic cocktails with a special flair in a sophisticated but unpretentious atmosphere. Many liquors have been barrel-aged in house and their craft beer selection includes a variety of local and regional favorites. Try the Lavender Bees Knees with Plymouth gin, lemon, acacia honey, and lavender bitters for a real treat. Add a side of spiced marcona almonds and you have the perfect start to a great night on the town. Easy 8- A rotating menu means no matter how many times you stop in, you’ll always have the perfect meal or late-night indulgence. There are always eight sandwiches (or other foods not needing a fork) to choose from, and they can be paired with vintage sodas, sweet tea, and fries. Think cheesesteaks, banh mi, and foot-long corn dogs. Dirty Little Secret- This cocktail and entertainment venue showcases live performances, surprise acts, and up-and-coming musicians and DJs. It lives up ...
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Bobby Hotel

Nashville, TNHome » Boutique Hotels » Nashville Boutique Hotels » Bobby Hotel Bobby Hotel230 4th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37219Just a few steps from historic Printer’s Alley you’ll find one of the most hip hotels in the Music City–Bobby Hotel. Bobby is a vibrant 144-room Nashville boutique hotel unlike any other. It describes itself as having ‘creative rooms for inspired guests,' and you'll prove that as soon as you step into the lobby. The property features an eclectic mix of treasures that “Bobby” has collected in his travels across the globe, with design concepts inspired by New York, Rome, Paris, Marrakech, London, and Amsterdam, to name a few. Note that the hotel’s website does not clarify who this mysterious person called Bobby is, but after seeing the hotel, you’ll probably want to be his/her/their friend! Another cool thing about Bobby? His hotel welcomes pets, and you may even meet a “canine ambassador” in the lobby. Seeing as how Nashville has been named as one of the Most Pet-Friendly U.S. cities, it only makes sense that Bobby embraces your furry friends as any other guest. Bobby is also a major contributor to the Nashville culinary scene and is home to four separate dining and nightlife concepts. Tavern at Bobby- Blends seasonal American favorites with multicultural dishes and preparation methods. Vibe is elegance served with a side of rough edges. Bobby’s Garage Bar- A can’t miss, gritty bar complete with neon art, stools made from vintage oil cans, salvaged car parts, and staff in denim work shirts. Various types of live rock music on tap. Café at Bobby- Great for breakfast and coffee or lunch and a little “hair of the dog.” Bring Fido, as it’s a pet-friendly restaurant. Sit and dine or grab and go. Rooftop Lounge- A funky rooftop bar with phenomenal city views. Enjoy the 1956 retrofitted Greyhound bus to lounge in and clear “igloos” to rent in the winter. Bobby also has some of Nashville’s largest guest rooms and plenty of perks and necessities. Enjoy 24-hour room service (because 3 AM omelettes are a necessity, right?), a fully-stocked minibar, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen smart TV, custom wall units, round-the-clock gym access, and concierge services. And Bobby’s eclectic bathrooms are consistently a guest favorite. Oh, don’t forget to ask Bobby's driver to take you out on the town in the 1963 Lincoln Continental for a Nashville experience you won’t soon forget. Book The Bobby HotelNo matter which room you choose, you’ll find several creature comforts in every guest room and suite the Bobby offers. These include rainfall shower heads, fully-stocked minibars, in-room safes, smart TV, luxurious bath amenities, and custom wall units. And the Bobby is known for their eclectic bathrooms; they're a big hit with guests! Standard King: King bed 380 sq. ft. Standard King with Balcony: King bed 380 sq. ft. Balcony views of the city Standard Accessible King: King bed 348 sq. ft. ADA accessible room Deluxe King: King bed 550 sq. ft. Deluxe King with ...
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