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This landmark Romanesque structure, once a thriving railroad station, is now a first-class hotel. Many features of the elegant old terminal remain, including domed skylight, clock tower, and decorative gold-leaf medallions. Thanks to a spirited 2007 renovation, this ancient travel hub is as grand as it ever was - marble accents are everywhere, each exquisitely appointed guest room is fully unique, and on-site dining such as Prime 108, is on par with the best Nashville has to offer.
In the heart of downtown stands the only grand inn of Nashville. Built in 1910, The Hermitage Hotel is the epitome of Southern hospitality, offering its guests the finest of amenities and the graciousness of an old friend. Dinner is served in the Capitol Grille, a beautiful wood-paneled restaurant. There are about 120 rooms in which to escape from your day of sightseeing, or to relax after a long business meeting. Budget-minded travelers take heed, the Hermitage offers special deals and packages.
Nestled within the Woodland-in-Waverly historic district, just one mile from downtown Nashville, The Timothy Demonbreun House is a spacious Southern bed and breakfast. With just four gorgeously decorated guest suites, this grand three story b&b was built in 1906. Listed as one of Nashville's most beautiful historic homes, the residence features a wine cellar, billiards game room, swimming pool and beautiful steel winding staircase.
End O' the Bend Lodge and Landing may look like a rustic log cabin, but it has appeared in "Best Places to Stay in the South," and is popular among business travelers seeking quiet accommodations near the city. The setting is so peaceful, you will think you're in the country, yet it is just minutes from downtown, the airport, Opryland Hotel and Opry Mills shopping complex. Cable TV, full kitchen, fireplace and private porch are among the amenities that will make you feel right at home. The cabin overlooks the Cumberland River in Nashville.