Built by Roger Miller and once known as the "King of the Road Hotel," the Clarion Hotel is in a light industrial area just north of the football stadium and on the opposite side of the Cumberland River from the city center. Budget-conscious travelers have good reasons to consider staying here: it's one of the best deals for anyone wanting to be near downtown Nashville, and it underwent a $5 million renovation in 2013. The attractive, spacious rooms are comfortably furnished and have all the usual basic amenities. Although the hotel lacks a restaurant, the Gerst Haus, Shoney's, and Thai Phooket—very popular with the locals—are a short drive away, plus there are plenty of excellent offerings in East Nashville, which is close by. On the downside, a nearby train and the proximity to the interstate might be a turn-off for light sleepers. Parking here is free, unless there's an event at the stadium, and the hotel operates a shuttle that runs hourly, making two stops in downtown Nashville for guests who want to explore the bustling entertainment district.
Clarion Hotel Downtown Nashville-Stadium
211 N 1st St.
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown Phone 615/254-1551 Prices $89–$299 singles and doubles, including breakfast Units 180 units Amenities Indoor pool, fitness center, free Wi-Fi Web site Clarion Hotel Downtown Nashville-StadiumBook a Room Now
Map211 N 1st St. Nashville
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