You deserve a vacation. Curl up in the lap of luxury at these Tennessee hotels and unique accommodations. You’ll find upscale treehouses, butler service, rooms that showcase gorgeous views and bespoke design in these lodgings across the state.
A luxurious branch of the iconic Blackberry Farm, Blackberry Mountain calls to your adventurous spirit. Book a stay at one of the stone cottages tucked into the mountainside, a refined cabin or a multi-bedroom home. Individual rates include morning wellness classes, breakfast, dinner and pantry snacks. Enjoy cycling, yoga, rock climbing on the climbing wall and take art classes at The Hub. Enrich your stay with time in the sauna, steam showers and year-round heated pool featuring an infinity edge. If you’re traveling with children, enroll them in Camp Blackberry where they can explore ceramics, painting, rock climbing on the climbing wall and more.
Stay at The TENNESSEAN in Knoxville and you can get butler service for $100 an hour. From catering in-room dining to booking your flights, the butlers at this luxury hotel elevate your experience. Soak in the views of downtown Knoxville in your stately-decorated room. Choose the panoramic king room – offering nearly 360 degrees of views from your plush king-sized bed, the classic king room that offers 470 square feet of space, or the premier city view room where the downtown Knoxville skyline takes center stage. Request turn down service and add on one of the enhancements including a bottle of wine delivered to your room any night during your stay. Traveling with your pet? The TENNESSEAN is dog friendly and will greet your pet with a doggie bed and water bowl. Guests are required to inform the hotel prior to their pet's arrival. Dogs must be kenneled if left alone in the room. Please contact the hotel about their pet policy. Have a meal at the elegant The Dining Room where you’ll find seasonal menus and crafted cocktails.
Have a luxurious mountain getaway in Gatlinburg at Treehouse Grove. A partnership between Joe and Joseph Ayres and Pete Nelson, famously known for his hit TV show “Treehouse Masters” on Animal Planet, Treehouse Grove brings you closer to the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains with luxury treehouses designed with relaxation and comfort in mind. Choose from eight different, two-bedroom, one bathroom treehouses, ranging from 12 to 45 ft. above the ground with upscale mountain design. Amenities include wireless internet, covered deck, television, screened and covered seating areas and more.
Harpeth Hotel is located steps from downtown Franklin that is home to great shopping, entertainment and restaurants. The hotel offers lavish services like laundry and valet service, jogging and walking track, and even a florist. Book a suite for extra space featuring a king or two queen beds, oversized shower and soaking tube, and two 55” LCD TVs. If traveling with your pet, your pet deposit includes a welcome treat bag, use of water/food bowls and a bed is available if needed. Have a fine dining experience at 1799, offering dine-in and takeout options, which features American cuisine with seasonal ingredients and an expansive beverage menu.
Sulfur Ridge is an adult only property and combines the thrill of staying in a treehouse with luxurious amenities. The eclectic style features a wall of bottles, a historic 1848 door, salvaged 19th-century stained glass windows and white oak hardwood floors repurposed from the Wilson Sporting Goods factory that provided uniforms for every major sport from 1946 to 1989. You’ll never want to leave the 19-acre property with its outdoor swing and lounge, hot tub, firepit and private deck to take in all the wonderous nature around you. Inside, you’ll find a king bed, clawfoot bathtub, rain shower, coffee maker and French press.
Experience the energy of Nashville at the Hutton Hotel, reopening June 1, 2021. The Forbes Four-Star service includes in-room minibar, complimentary shoeshine, valet laundry service, in-room dining, coffee shop, in-room record player upon request and Fender Play In-Room Experience upon request. Reserve a one-bedroom suite for floor-to-ceiling windows, king bed, and large granite bathrooms with steam showers and rain showerheads. If your dog is in tow, notify the Hutton you'll be arriving with Fido and they'll assign your room to one of their dog-friendly floors. The Hutton Paws-itively Perfect Program includes water and food bowls, welcome treats and a Hutton pet bandana, leash and toy. Head to the fitness center for a ride on a Peloton bike, swing a kettle bell or find inner peace on a yoga mat. The Hutton Hotel spa offers massages from Swedish to prenatal, seaweed body wraps and deep sea mud wraps, coffee and sugar scrubs and more.
Big Cypress Lodge is located inside the Bass Pro Shops Pyramid and offers a mix of elegance inspired by the great outdoors. The lodge features more than 100 unique rooms, world-class dining and recreation. The suites have different unique features like a spiral staircase that you can find in the Fly Fishing Lodge suite, an air tub (a bathtub with jets that blow heated air into the water), a living area and game table in the Junior Suite, and a screened-in balcony in the Treehouse suite. Enjoy in-room dining or venture to the lodge’s The Lookout At The Pyramid featuring beautiful views of Memphis, specialty drinks and creative meals. The kids will love the Fishbowl at the Pyramid which has a 13 lane, underwater-themed bowling area and is filled to the gills with nautical décor.
Since 1869, the Peabody Memphis Hotel has pampered guests with unmatched Southern hospitality, elegant rooms and world-class service. The Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond rated hotel has 464 guestroom and suites that speak to the timeless luxury for which the Peabody is known. Enjoy plush double, queen or king-sized beds with light and bright bathrooms decorated with Carrara marble, tub and shower, quartz vanities and sitting area. The Peabody accepts dogs up to 75 pounds and advance reservations are required to ensure you get a pet-friendly guest room. Pet shot records are required at check-in. Pets are required to be on a leash or in a closed pet carrier at all times when in public guest areas. See the famous Peabody ducks march every day to and from the lobby fountain at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Have a wonderful dining experience at Chez Philippe featuring salmon, burgers, blackened chicken breast and crafted cocktails. Relax and feel rejuvenated with a facial or massage at Feathers Spa.
Opening in May 2021, The Memphian blends the eclectic energy of Memphis with timeless sophistication. Choose between a double queen or a king room or suite. Have a laidback meal at the Complicated Pilgrim, a colorful space that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with dishes inspired by antique brasseries. For a bit of fun, go to the Tiger and Peacock, an in-hotel rooftop bar with cocktails and American fare, showcasing the views of Midtown Memphis.
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