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Candy Hotel in Nashville

Candy Hotel in Nashville

Candy Hotel in Nashville

Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown

Nashville’s newest hotel offers guests a unique experience with modern amenities, including free Wi-Fi, flat panel TVs, and a fitness center. Located just steps away from Music Row, the hotel is within walking distance of popular attractions like Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium, and Nissan Stadium. Guests can enjoy a variety of dining options nearby, such as Biscuit Love, The Bluebird Cafe, and The Market at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Candy Hotel in Nashville

Hyatt House Nashville Downtown Sobro

The Hyatt House Nashville Downtown SoBro opened in April 2017 and features a rooftop bar and restaurant called The Terrace Room. The hotel sits across from the Tennessee Theatre and next door to the historic Union Station.

Drury Plaza Hotel Nashville Downtown

The Drury Plaza Hotel Nashville is located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. This hotel offers a free shuttle service to nearby attractions such as Music Row, Bridgestone Arena, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Centennial Park. Guests are within walking distance of many restaurants including the Bluebird Cafe, Biscuit Love, and the famous Stagecoach Bar & Grill. There are over 200 rooms available at this property. Each room includes cable TV, high speed internet access, complimentary bottled water, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave oven, safe, desk, and phone. Some suites include whirlpool tubs. All guestrooms feature work desks, ergonomic chairs, and comfortable beds. In addition, guests enjoy a 24 hour fitness center, indoor pool, sauna, steam room, laundry facilities, gift shop, restaurant, bar, and concierge services. Parking is available for $25 per day. Pets are allowed for an additional fee.

Omni Nashville Hotel

The Omni Nashville Hotel is located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. This hotel offers guests a variety of amenities including free Wi-Fi access throughout the property, a fitness center, a heated outdoor pool, and a spa tub.


Nashville’s Opryland neighborhood is home to the Grand Ole Opry and several music venues. But it’s also got some pretty cool places to eat and drink. From the iconic Cooter’s Bar & Grill to the upscale restaurant The Country Club, there are plenty of options for foodies and night owls alike.

Music Row

Nashville’s Music Row neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most famous music venues, including the Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry House, Bridgestone Arena and Ascend Amphitheater. Visitors are attracted to the area for its unique blend of live entertainment options, including concerts, comedy performances, and musical theater productions.

The district is located just south of downtown Nashville, and includes the historic Lower Broad Street corridor, which runs along the Cumberland River. This section of town is lined with restaurants, bars, coffee shops, bookstores, art galleries and boutiques.

East Nashville

Nashville’s East Nashville neighborhood is known across the world for its festivals, concerts and restaurants. But it’s also home to some of the city’s most unique neighborhoods, like East End, Green Hills, Madison, Southside and West End.

The area is bordered by Interstate 65 to the north, I-24 to the west, I-440 to the south and I-65 again to the east. The neighborhood is home to several major institutions, including Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Tennessee State University, Meharry Medical College, Middle Tennessee State University, the Nashville Zoo and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

This was our first time staying at a Hampton Inn and we were not disappointed! Our room was clean, spacious, and had everything we needed. We arrived early so we could check in and get settled before dinner. It took about 10 minutes to get checked in and we were off on our way to dinner.

We ate at the Red Light District Restaurant and Tavern.