by Hilarey Wojtowicz
The Omni Nashville Hotel embodies the musical culture of the city of Nashville. It is located near the Music City Center and is integrated with part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The hotel offers more than 800 luxurious guest rooms and suites, including deluxe rooms, premier rooms, premier king executive rooms, king suites, king executive suites and handicap accessible rooms. Each room offers queen, double-queen or king beds, and each are decorated to reflect the city’s music influences.
Guests will enjoy one of the two onsite restaurants, which offer breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. Kitchen Notes is a traditional Southern eatery, offering three meals a day. Bob’s Steak & Chop House is a nationally renowned steakhouse, which specializes in Midwest beef. For other drinks and refreshments, check out Barlines for bar food and beverages, or Bongo Java, which serves coffee, tea and other specialty espresso drinks all day long. Room service is also available.
Hotel activities include live music and entertainment, but the action is really in Nashville. Be sure to see all of the classic attractions the city has to offer, such as the Johnny Cash Museum, Ryman Auditorium and the Adventure Science Center. After a long day exploring Nashville, families will enjoy the cozy turn down service, with milk and cookies for the kids, complimentary of the Omni Sensational Kids program. This hotel program offers children a backpack filled with goodies upon arrival, as well as the ability to borrow a rolling backpack full of toys, books and games to keep them busy during downtime.
Check in is 4 p.m. and check out is 11 a.m.
See our page on Omni Hotels for more information on this chain.
Our Editor Loves
- Omni Sensational Children's program
- Rooftop pool overlooking the city
- Located in the heart of Nashville
- Children Programs
- Onsite Dining
Two days they never showed up to our room and another day I had to call. The obviously need to hire more staff. Hotel is beautiful and easy to get to places from. I would stay here again if housekeeping would have been better.
by Randall B
Visiting Nashville for the first time for a long weekend of fun. Check in was easy. Bellman was nice. The room was nice enough and clean.
They have a very good Bar/Restaurant called Bob's. We wound up hanging out there almost daily at the end of each day. The food was excellent and their chocolate cake is awesome! I highly recommend you make reservations as this place was packed every day. The breakfast restaurant was very good as well.
The hotel is walking distance to Broadway (2 blocks away)... where a bunch of the bars and restaurants and fun is. The Hop On Hop Off Trolley also stops right at the hotel. Finally, the Country Music Hall of Fame is located in the same building as the hotel. BarLines is another great place to eat, drink and catch a ball game in the Hotel. The Nashville Convention Center (1 million square feet) is located right across the street.
I have to vent that a bottle of water cost $5 in the Sundries shop - a little disappointing.
On the whole a great place to stay.