Precor and Holiday Inn Express? Who knew that these two brands could come together under one roof? As possibly the best Holiday Inn Express gym in the country, this franchise takes the cake for Nashville travelers in search of a good workout option and budget prices.Price: Least Expensive
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This recent addition to the Nashville hotel scene is the best "stay and sweat" option in the city. We love hotels that think, design and build "out of the box" and the Hutton is as far from a cookie-cutter property as you can get.Price: Expensive
Only two miles from the heart of Nashville, the Vanderbilt-area hotels present viable lodging alternatives for downtown visitors. Marriott is the most impressive hotel in this area. Inside its 307 rooms, guests will enjoy pillow top bedding, contemporary furnishings and marble bathroom vanities.Price: Expensive
This newer hotel is situated in Music City’s up and coming neighborhood the Gulch.
Guests can count on Embassy's separate sleeping area floor plans in all rooms, along with kitchenettes, microwaves, and refrigerators. Each morning starts with Embassy's complimentary full breakfast buffet of pancakes, omelets, cereals and juices, a perfect reward after a hard sweat.Price: Moderately Expensive
Across the street from the State Capitol and a 10-minute walk to Second Avenue's shopping and entertainment venue, the Hermitage is Music Town's most upscale and posh accommodation.Price: Expensive
We rarely find a Loews hotel with rates appropriate for our "Moderate" category. Across the street from "Harvard of the South," this Nashville representative is a sensible choice for travelers with business on Vanderbilt's campus or downtown Nashville (2 miles away).Price: Moderately Expensive
Not endowed with the same glamour or character as its higher priced rivals, Courtyard's heart of downtown location and more thrifty rates make it a worthy challenger every day fo the week.Price: Moderately Expensive