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What We Love

  • Onsite restaurant Carter's, which serves up Southern-inspired small plates
  • Extravagant touches like gold-leaf ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and Tiffany-style stained glass

What To Know

  • Valet parking with in-and-out privileges is available for $40 per night
  • Guest room WiFi is available for $11.95 per day, but is free in public areas
  • In-room dining is available from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Converted railroad station with sustainable Southern fare and cozy rooms steps from Music City's top sights

The Lowdown

The Union Station Hotel’s lobby makes as grand an entrance as it did back in its days as a 1900s train station, with 65-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings, Tiffany-style stained glass, and three dramatic chandeliers. Interiors seamlessly blend the building’s original Romanesque architecture with more contemporary details, including stylish, modern chairs and commissioned art inspired by Nashville’s legendary music scene. Your first order of business: dining in a private booth (or at the large marble bar) at Carter’s, an instant neighborhood classic thanks to its Southern-inspired small plates (cajun-spiced pork skins; smoked ribs) and handcrafted cocktails. After your last sip of your Music City Manhattan (made with hickory-blended bourbon and sweet and dry vermouth), head upstairs to one of 125 rooms kitted out with walnut walls, cowhide headboards, and iron-and-wire chandeliers.

In the Area

For a tuneful introduction to Music City, swing over to the stunning Ryman Auditorium, aka the “Mother Church of Country Music,” and hit rowdy honky-tonks like Robert’s Western World along lower Broadway. You’re well-located for visual art as well, with the 24,000-square-foot Frist Center for the Visual Arts just down the street. Get a feel for hip young Nashville with a stroll through the 12South neighborhood, stopping at Imogene+Willie, an old gas station converted into a denim purveyor and hip kid hang. Dig into down-home southern fare at Arnold’s Country Kitchen, a no-fuss meat-and-three (choose a meat and three vegetables), and then sample modern takes on the theme at the James Beard award-winning Husk.

How to Get There

Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection
1001 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203 United States


4.5 Very Good 641 Reviews
Weekend Stay

Beautiful hotel with history. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Very convenient location to sporting events and the entertainment along Broadway. Would definitely return. There is occasionally live music in the area downstairs near the bar.

Ghost Room

Scott 1 was so amazing answering questions and giving information. Really made our experience one to remember!! Scott 2 also was very gracious!! Wonderful employees!! Thank you so much we really enjoyed this

Great tour

Scott 1 and Scott 2 took us to room 711 around the 7th floor. They told us about the ghost. They also explained the experiences they have encountered at the hotel. It was great that they took a few minutes out of there time to show us around the hotel. We are very thankful.