After a full day of Made in Tennessee experiences filled with music, food and fun, lay your head at one of these unforgettable hotel establishments.
Carnegie Hotel – Johnson City
Antiquity meets contemporary, giving luxury new meaning. Spacious bathrooms, Queen and King beds, and, if you upgrade, a brick fireplace in the Presidential Suite can all be found in the Carnegie's 128 guestrooms and 11 suites.
Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel – Chattanooga
Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Chattanooga Choo Choo song with a stay at the hotel of the same name. Choose from The Empress building (a tribute to Empress of Blues Bessie Smith) with a spacious room overlooking the pool, the MacArthur building featuring contemporary touches, or, stay in a refurbished train car for a unique Made in Tennessee experience.
Guesthouse at Graceland – Memphis
This spacious and luxurious hotel opens in Fall 2016, but you should have it on your radar for your later-in-the-year travel plans. Get treated like a king at the King of Rock n' Roll's new hotel. It's one of the largest hotels in Memphis with 450 rooms, the hotel reflects Elvis' personal style and Graceland's character. A 464-seat theater will have live performances and movies as well.
Hermitage Hotel – Nashville
Stay at the same hotel as Oprah Winfrey, The Who, Adam Levine, Franklin D. Roosevelt others have when they were in Nashville. Constructed in 1910, the Beaux-Arts styled building is impressive with its grand staircase, ballroom, and veranda blended with Italian and French Renaissance touches.
Inn at Fontanel – Nashville
Hailed as Nashville's No. 1 Hotel on TripAdvisor, the Inn is a luxury boutique hotel with six suites connected by 2,700 sq. ft. of deck with patio furniture and a lush courtyard. You'll be met with King size beds, fireplaces, a common area for all guests and complimentary breakfast in the open and airy kitchen.
Moonshine Hill – Franklin
Get away to blissful, Made in Tennessee seclusion, hailed by Harper's Bazaar as one of the Best B&Bs in the U.S. With a front porch and swing, 1,500 sq. ft. of country chic décor, a fully-stocked kitchen, King size bed with 1,000 thread count sheets, reading nook and more than 200 movies, Moonshine Hill is the ultimate oasis.
The Oliver Hotel – Knoxville
The 1876 building blends history and modernity in a fabulous way with handcrafter furniture, sitting room, soaking tubs; and original, local art adorn the walls. Sleep soundly then awaken to a full day of Knoxville adventure as Market Square and other downtown charms are just steps away.
The Peabody Memphis – Memphis
Since 1869, this hotel has welcomed guests in their 464 guest rooms and suites with every modern amenity. Egyptian cotton sheets and down pillows make dreaming easy. For a romantic espace, book the Romeo and Juliet Suite which features loft bedrooms, spiral staircases and either a fireplace or a wet bar.
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