Welcome to Nashville - Tennessee's capital city! Nashville is known for its musical roots, and more than half of all the single records produced in the U.S. have come out of Nashville. The city also boasts its great attractions and tourist destinations. Hotels and accommodations are plentiful, comfortable, and convenient in the downtown area.

Nashville Downtown Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels in the heart of Nashville. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Book securely online for great rates on hotels in Nashville's downtown district!

Nashville Downtown Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express Nashville - Downtown
Holiday Inn Express Nashville - Downtown
The Holiday Inn Express Nashville Downtown offers free high-speed Internet access in every room. …more

Additional Hotels:

Doubletree Hotel Nashville
315 4th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel
623 Union Street
Nashville, TN 37219

Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Downtown
170 4th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219

Renaissance Nashville Hotel
611 Commerce Street
Nashville, TN 37203

Hilton Nashville Downtown
121 4th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37201

Holiday Inn Express Downtown Nashville
920 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203

Comfort Inn Nashville
1501 Demonbreun Street
Nashville, TN 37203

1407 Division Street
Nashville, TN 37203

About Nashville

Nashville is a city in north-central Tennessee that lies along the Cumberland River. As the second largest city in the state, Nashville is home to more than half a million people that help support a thriving economy and culture that attracts visitors from all across the world. The city is home to many colleges and universities, earning the name "Athens of the South" for being one of the first southern cities to have public education. The city also has extensive industries in banking, health care, publishing, and especially music, which has given Nashville the special nickname of "Music City." The city is only second to New York when it comes to music production since the 1960's.

Nashville was founded in the late 18th century near the settlement of Fort Nashborough, which was named after a decorated Revolutionary War hero. The city's valuable location made it an important strategic point for both the North and the South during the Civil War; it stayed in Union hands during much of the struggle. After the war, the city discovered great prosperity, remnants of which can still be found in the buildings of the downtown area. During the Great Depression, the area got an economic boost from the construction and energy produced by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Since then, Nashville has experienced tremendous economic growth and prosperity. The city took advantage of the 1990's boom by increasing construction and restoring old landmarks.

Like the rest of the Southeast U.S., Nashville experiences a subtropical climate with moderately cold winters and hot humid summers. Temperatures during the peak summer months hover in the high 80's. Tourists are attracted to the city from spring to fall for the extensive music scene, Civil War history, and rich cultural tradition.