The Hermitage Hotel Nashville (Tennessee), Nashville, Tennessee

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The Hermitage Hotel is the ideal choice for discerning guests who wish, and expect, to be delighted. Acting as a sanctuary in the middle of bustling Nashville, the Hermitage Hotel is an ideal mixture of rich history, supreme luxury, and cutting-edge technology. What sets The Hermitage Hotel apart from other hotels is the commitment to a style of exceptional, personalized service. The hotels dedicated staff takes a perfectionist approach to anticipating your every wish. At the same time, their genuine warmth and friendliness will make you feel as if you have come to visit close friends and family. They want you to feel extraordinarily pampered. The hotel is immediately on your right at the corner of 6th and Union. Nashville runs on creative energy. Country songwriters and symphonic musicians… classical sculptors and digital artists… recording stars and opera divas… hip hoppers and ballerinas… all thrive here. This receptivity to creativity and creative people may be why Nashville has been voted one of the friendliest cities in America. There’s just something in the air here. You can tap into this tradition just a few blocks away at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Of course, Nashville’s worldwide dominance in country music is not just history, it is very much alive. Experience it for yourself at the city’s many clubs and showcases, as well as at annual music festivals, such as Tin Pan South and the CMA Music Festival. The hotel’s restaurant, The Capitol Grille, was named one of the best new restaurants in America by Esquire magazine. The 106-seat restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is a true celebration of southern taste. A private dining room is available. Room:The restoration allowed us to create the finest luxury guest rooms and suites to be found in any city. The average size of the new guest rooms is 475 square feet – large even for a luxury hotel. Each of the 123 spacious guest rooms and suites present a rich tapestry of elegant furnishings and appointments, with many of them offering spectacular views of the State Capitol and the Nashville skyline. Every room is exquisitely decorated and features fine, traditional furnishings and lavish new amenities including:

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  1. Mimi Slawoff Mendelson (verified owner)

    Laid-back 5-star luxury hotel

    The moment we stepped into the grand foyer I knew we would love this hotel. Elegant and posh yet there’s nothing stuffy about the Hermitage, built in 1910. The rooms are spacious and we had a flat screen TV above the large tub in the bathroom. There was also a flat screen TV in the main room. We had a city view from our room. The hotel was decorated for Christmas during our December stay. In the lobby and sitting area were a huge brightly lit Christmas tree, a roaring fire and holiday decorations. The onsite restaurant– the Capitol Grille — serves amazing meals. Kids will especially love the mac n’ cheese (the best we tasted in Nashville). Every morning little muffins and coffee are placed on a table by the concierge across from the elevators. In the afternoons, amazing cookies and apple cider are served in the same place. The hotel’s location is easy walking distance to the Ryman Auditorium and Broadway, famous for its honky tonk bars. Kids are allowed to walk through the bars to listen to the different bands playing.

    Tips for Families

    Don’t miss the morning muffins and tasty afternoon cookies by concierge! While at the concierge desk, ask for the self-guided walking map.

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