If you love old, historic places then this hotel is right up your alley. It’s converted from a train station and sits just a short walk up Broadway from all the lights and neon signs I mentioned earlier. The lobby is phenomenal, as you can see, and well worth a stop.
That lobby is fancier than free mints on a pillow. The station opened in 1900, and reopened as a hotel in 1986. It’s a great place to stay in Nashville if you want to be downtown and surrounded by amazing architecture.