Nashville Hotel Named in Washington Post

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Renaissance Nashville Hotel named "Place to Stay" in Nashville by Washington Post

The Washington Post recently published an article, entitled "A Nashville Mash-Up: Opry, Seabiscuit and Monet" by Washington Post staff writer Cindy Loose, in which she discovers the ins and outs of tourism in Nashville, and thus falls in love with the city for what it is, more than just a country music city, but a distinctive and unique city, that caters to more than just country music fans.

In the article, The Renaissance Nashville Hotel was named one of the top three places to stay while visiting the famed city. Located at 611 Commerce Street in central downtown, this Nashville, Tennessee hotel boasts upscale accommodations complete with chic and modern décor.

With a short walk to the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Schermerhorn Symphony Center and so many more attractions, the city is at any guest's fingertips. A quick cab ride will take tourists to the Grand Ole Opry, the Belle Meade Plantation, the botanical gardens and more, there is nowhere in Nashville that you will want to miss.

This summer, escape to the city known for sweet country tunes and so much more, and stay at a luxury hotel in Nashville that knows how to help you getaway and enjoy yourself.

About Renaissance Nashville Hotel:
The Renaissance Nashville Hotel is located in the business district, this downtown Nashville hotel is connected to the Convention Center, and within walking distance of the Sommet Center, Coliseum, B.B. King's Blues Club, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Historic Second Avenue District, which boasts Nashville's most popular "honky tonks" and live entertainment. Enjoy luxurious Nashville accommodations with modern amenities including a 24-hour fitness center. If you're in the mood to delight the palate, stroll into Commerce Street Grille and experience exceptional southern cuisine. For more information or to make a reservation, call 615-255-8400 or visit


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