Hermitage Hotel Nashville
Hermitage Hotel Nashville:
No visit to Nashville is complete without staying at the Hermitage Hotel. First opened in 1910 and renovated in 2003, the Hermitage Hotel is a cherished and iconic landmark in downtown Nashville, known for its unique architecture, rich history, unparalleled southern hospitality, and close proximity to Nashville’s world-class music venues, multicultural attractions, and fine dining. As the only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond rated hotel in the state of Tennessee, the Hermitage Hotel offers nothing less than the most exceptional accommodations, personal services, and dining options.
This luxury boutique hotel is an oasis amid the spirited city of Nashville, offering guests high-end living with all the comforts of home. There are 122 luxurious rooms and suites for guests to choose from. Each room offers a spacious living area, incredible views of the city, as well as a wide array of luxurious amenities, including custom, hand tufted mattresses, luxurious Frette linens and down-filled duvets, a 65-inch flat panel televisions, complimentary high-speed wireless internet, 24-hour concierge, and a spacious Italian marble bathroom complete with double vanities, a deep soaking tub, and a 20-inch Flat Panel bathroom television. The Hermitage hotel is also pet friendly and carries no restrictions based on weight or size.
In an effort to exceed the traditional boutique hotel experience, the Hermitage hotel not only provides excellent customer service, thanks to its dedicated and friendly employees, but also offers a host of personal services, from relaxing spa treatments to unparalleled wedding planning. The Hermitage Hotel also offers two incredible dining options — Capitol Grille and Oak Bar. Capitol Grille is a Four Diamond restaurant known to have hosted some of America’s elite entertainers and politicians, and nationally recognized as one of Nashville’s most authentic dining experiences. The menu changes seasonally, in order to serve only the freshest, locally sourced produce and vegetables, and offers an array of traditional and authentic southern dishes, including some of the highest quality steaks in the city. Oak Bar was originally opened as a private gentleman’s club in 1910. Today, it is steeped in history and best known for its exceptional service in a unique environment. Thanks to its chic ambiance, rich cocktail menu, and extensive 180-bottle Bourbon Library, Oak Bar holds a consistent reputation of being “Nashville’s Best Bar.”