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Here's what Trippy members say about The Hermitage Hotel:
"Drury Plaza Hotel, The Hermitage Hotel, Hotel Indigo Nashville." See More
"You can check out The Hermitage Hotel(approximately 15 min from Opryland Hotel) and we also have Nashville Shores Marina which is a big water park that little kids and big kids can enjoy." See More
"Downtown you have a nice selection of hotels, including some historic properties (Union Station, a Marriott autograph property and The Hermitage Hotel come to mind)." See More
"The Hermitage Hotel, Omni Nashville Hotel, or Loews Vanderbilt Hotel on west end." See More
"The Hermitage Hotel - hands down the best." See More
"Being a Nashville native, I have to suggest seeing Union Station Hotel, Autograph Collection® even if it’s just to look around, the Nashville Symphony | Schermerhorn Symphony Center (which is the most acoustically sound building in the world and also breathtakingly beautiful), eating at The Hermitage Hotel downtown and having something on the menu that has been served for 100 years, the dance parties downstairs at Woolworth On Fifth downtown, a Tennessee Performing Arts Center show and a cruise on the General Jackson Showboat which is a wonderful experience in talent, history and hospitality. The Nashville ghost tours are also a lot of fun and you learn a lot about the history with a tour of the city. The Frist Art Museum is a great thing if you love art and 12 South is a nice street to walk, shop and eat. These are some suggestions beyond the country music Broadway scene. If you love history be sure and look into the Belle Meade Mansion, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage and the Belmont Mansion."
Downtown, luxurious, boutique hotel featuring beautifully appointed, oversized guest rooms and elegant public spaces. Some guest rooms and all suites offer spectacular views of the State Capitol Building and surrounding cityscape and rolling hills. Full-service property that prides itself on offering exceptional, personal service and attention to all guests.Following an exquisite 15 million renovation and restoration project during 2002, The Hermitage Hotel is sure to delight business and leisure guests alike. Upon re-opening in February, 2003, The Hermitage Hotel will prove to be Nashville's most luxurious, historic hotel, featuring oversized guest rooms and meticulously restored, elegant public spaces. The property is centrally located downtown within walking distance of all major businesses and entertainment venues. Named the "Best Romantic Hotel" in Nashville by citysearch.com, The Hermitage Hotel has hosted weddings and social affairs for nearly a century. The Grand Ballroom [2,484 sq ft] with paneled walls of Circassian walnut imported from Russia features an ornately hand-crafted ceiling. The historic Veranda [1,386 sq ft] overlooks Sixth Avenue and the State Capitol and has played host to many elegant events over the past century.For the meeting-minded, over 5,500 square feet of function space is available to accommodate groups of 10 to 300. The Grand Ballroom continues to be a premier site for meetings and social events. In addition, the famed Veranda Room is ideal for gatherings up to 125. The Lobby and Mezzanine Board Rooms are intimate, high-tech meeting venues. The Hermitage Hotel welcomes groups of all sizes from motor coach to international travel groups. Business and leisure groups find the Hotel's amenities and location ideal for the gathering of friends, family, and business colleagues.The newly restored Hermitage Hotel will offer a state-of-the-art fitness facility with private treatment rooms, a gift shop, and business services.
From $279.00 to $2,500.00
9 floors and 122 rooms