|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Nashville Intl|
|Distance to airport||6.3 mi|
Built in 1910, The Hermitage Hotel is the oldest hotel in Nashville with up-to-date amenities and services. Due to its upscale, romantic vibe, the hotel sees mostly couples as guests, although plenty of business travelers and families stay at this iconic Nashville spot as well. In the heart of downtown Nashville, the Hermitage is central to lots of city attractions, including The Arcade and Printer’s Alley areas and the honky-tonk bars of Broadway. Restaurants, shops, and some of the city’s main attraction are just a short walk for the hotel. The beauty of the Hermitage is that it is far enough away to avoid the noise of Broadway’s nightlife, but close enough to enjoy it. The rooms at the Hermitage are grand and large with massive bathrooms and a homey feel. Classic décor, deep soaking tubs, and free high-speed Internet are just a few included room amenities, but the beds are truly special as they are made by the same company used by the British Royal Family, Hypnos Bedding. The Hermitage Hotel offers nice amenities such as a small spa, 24-hour room service, and an extremely pet-friendly policy. The in-house Capitol Grille and adjacent Oak Bar are equally convenient. Next to the restaurant sits The Men’s Room, which has been preserved in its 1930s Art Deco style and includes a vintage phone next to its shoeshine station. As the top hotel in Tennessee and the most cherished, The Hermitage Hotel is any travelers home-away-from-home in Nashville.
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|Nashville Intl||6.3 mi|