Billed as a “hideaway in plain sight,” the 404 Hotel is just that—and it’s also the best way to experience metropolitan Nashville as though you were a resident: simply stepping out your door to find music, food, and shopping. Featuring four king suites with a mix of vintage and custom furniture, concrete floors, and local photography, the small hotel has a modern but luxe feel, as do the spacious bathrooms and the spiral iron staircases that outfit some rooms and the restaurant in front. Located just a few blocks from downtown Nashville, the 404 offers “invisible service,” meaning that housekeeping will try to sweep in while you’re away. They’ve got noise machines and keyless entry, and included in the room’s pricing is a parking space out back, which is ridiculously rare in Nashville, especially in any area that is walking distance to downtown. You’ll also find, just down the hall past the private sitting area where you can read the paper or grab a complimentary bottle of water, that you’ve got very solid on-site dining in Emmy Squared, a Detroit-style pizza place that offers a small rooftop, which is a perfect place to watch the sunset.