Nashville Neighborhoods

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Downtown Nashville

Downtown is the epicenter of all the entertainment options that define Nashville. The strip of bars on Broadway offer an array of live music 365 days a year. The legendary Ryman Theater, the Bridgestone Arena, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center are all located within walking distance of downtown Nashville hotels. When you think of Nashville, the lights and energy of this bustling city center are what you picture.


Opryland and Music Valley is also known for its world-class entertainment options. Located in close proximity to downtown, this area is home to the Gaylord Opryland Resort, the General Jackson Showboat, the Nashville Dinner Theater, and a handful of other theaters and museums. Opry Mills Mall is also located here. It is the largest outlet mall in the state and boasts dozens of shopping and dining options. 


Midtown is comprised of over 30 bars and restaurants, ranging from local dive bars to high-end eateries. This trendy neighborhood is less tourist-y than downtown Nashville, but it is still a fantastic bar-hopping area, which makes it perfect for a bachelor or bachelorette party in Nashville. Midtown is mostly made up of Vanderbilt University students and young professionals,

The Gulch

Located right near downtown, The Gulch is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Nashville. Formerly an old railroad terminal, The Gulch has embraced its industrial past and mixed it with modern contemporary architecture to create a one-of-a-kind urban destination. The neighborhood is home to upscale restaurants, trendy nightlife, and trendy boutiques. For those looking to be within walking distance of downtown, yet away from the usual tourist traps, The Gulch is the perfect spot book a stay in Nashville.