With promising country acts flocking to the heartland, it's no surprise that there's a buzz of excitement in Nashville. With seven hotels in downtown Nashville and the surrounding area, you can easily enjoy Southern hospitality at its finest and country's best music.
Welcome to the heartland, Nashville, Tennessee where life moves at a much slower pace and the people are as warm as the southern sunshine. The Nashville area is home to some of the county's best music, nightlife, and all out fun. Stay at one of our Nashville hotels and journey through the streets that brought you some of the country's most famous stage acts, and continues to turn them out daily.
City of Music
The Country Music Hall of Fame is one of the most popular Nashville attractions. Explore the beautiful halls and gaze at instruments played, wardrobes worn, and artifacts given by such country stars as Johnny Cash, Willy Nelson, Dolly Parton, and of course, Elvis. This extravagant museum offers its visitors some of the most amazing displays of what country was like in the past and gives a look at where country is today. Enjoy interactive exhibits, live performances, or grab a bite to eat at the great SoBro Grill which is onsite. If you are a country music fan, or just a fan of music, the Country Music Hall of Fame is one attraction that can't be missed.
Once you've learned about the music why not experience it? Mosey on over to the Grand Ole Opry where country music's most incredible acts perform regularly. The Opry is where it begins for most of todays, yesterday's, and tomorrow's country acts. The nation's longest running radio show operates out of here each weekend and the fun is you never know who is going to show up and play. With the prestige of the concert hall, the probability of a major country performer making the way to the stage is very high. The atmosphere and excitement are definitely worth your time and anyone looking to enjoy themselves on vacation should surely make an appearance. Allow at least two and a half hours for your visit.
If you want to get a taste of what the old days in the South were like, Nashville has just the thing-the General Jackson Showboat. This beautiful showboat offers guests the relaxed cruise of a southern riverboat with the excitement of Nashville's lifestyle. This mammoth four deck paddlewheel boat offers its visitors live music, a wonderful cruise though the waters of Nashville, and a delicious three-course meal during evening departures. The midday ride showcases one of the city's only live performances during the daytime, and offers a mouth-watering buffet. This is truly what the south is all about and for even more exciting fun; you should book a custom cruise for you and your family. Cruises usually run about two hours.
In Nashville, the excitement can be pretty hot, especially in the summer, which is why the Music City has the Nashville Shores Outdoor Water Park. This is a great place to take the family and will make everyone happy. The park features everything from seven of Tennessee's largest water slides, massive pools, a lazy river, and miniature golf. Since the park is located on 385 acres of beautiful Percy Priest Lake, the fun does not stop there. Rent out and enjoy the water on a boat, jet skis, and even pontoons! For the family that is looking to make the most out of a trip to the Nashville area, this is one stop that can't be missed.
As you can see, Nashville is not just a quite little town in the heart of the country; it features an array of activities that range from the exciting to the relaxing, and everything in between. From the best of country music, to the best food in the South, Nashville has something for everyone.
Begin your search here for more information on Nashville hotels. For more Nashville information, visitor guides or to read more about Nashville attractions visit the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau online at www.visitmusiccity.com.
You can also visit the Best Western Hotels of Tennessee website to search for Nashville area hotels.