Suiteness Guide to Nashville


Celebrated as "Music City, USA", Nashville is the capital and largest city in Tennessee. It is a vibrant hub for country music, healthcare, banking, and various other industries. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Grand Ole Opry House, and the entertainment epicenter known as "Honky Tonk Row" or "Music Row" all call Nashville home. While music and entertainment do make this rapidly growing metropolis tick, Nashville also boasts resplendent scenery along the Cumberland River and Percy Priest Lake. History buffs are drawn to the many Civil War battle sites and well-preserved plantation homes located in and around Nashville. While outdoor activities are abundant, so are acclaimed restaurants to replenish those calories after an afternoon of enjoying one of the city's 100 parks and green spaces. Nashville is still known for barbecue and hot chicken, but foodies also rejoice in eclectic and farm-to-table cuisine from some of the country's brightest chefs.