When considering where to stay in Nashville, you should do some research. And we are here to help.
There's a joke about the city's real estate listings: in other towns, expect "two bedrooms plus office." In the Tennessee capital, the bonus room is a music studio tucked behind the garage... and your favorite album was likely recorded there.
That's Music City in a nutshell: the best neighborhoods in Nashville, where you should consider booking a hotel room or Airbnb, are filled with hidden gems and surprising destinations. From out-of-this-world restaurants and bars to live-music venues and kid-friendly things to do, the city is ripe for discovery (true story: your new favorite gig spot may be tucked inside an old barn).
The following five neighborhoods are the most visitor-friendly, home to must-see attractions and unexpected finds. The best part? When staying in these areas, you won't have to rent a car (a rarity in this city of sprawl).