Weekend travel guide to Nashville, Tennessee including the best hotel recommendations, restaurants, bars, museums, things to do, eat, see and explore.
NOT INTO COUNTRY? NOT A PROBLEM.
Since we first created our Nashville Guide in 2016, Music City has experienced more growth then any other city. In our first version, we had to do some serious searching to find just two hip hotels in the city. In just the last year, nearly ten noteworthy hotels have opened their doors (with more on-the-way)— bringing in tourists and creatives to check out Music City. And it’s not just the hospitality industry and downtown area that is growing— Germantown has become the culinary hotspot with Michelin-star worthy restaurants, the Gulch continues to open with more boutiques and high-rises then we can count, East Nashville has continued to gentrify and become a hip destination on its own, rooftop bars are becoming as popular as cowboy boots, smaller areas (12 South, Belmont, and Edgehill) continue to become the most charming streets in town, and oh— there’s that ongoing Country evolution. You don’t have to be a country music fan to appreciate all that Nashville has to offer (although it would help). From hot chicken to upscale oyster bars, Nashville caters to all types. After a Stayover in Nashville, you'll probably want to move there (don’t say we didn’t warn you).