Visiting Nashville, Tennessee More Than Country Music

Nashville, Tennessee, may not be the destination you would’ve considered as your destination wedding option or honeymoon selection before this article. But I promise you will consider it for a trip for your bachelor/bachelorette party or, at the very least, a honeymoon destination if you are not a local.

If you enjoy music, good food, history, and great whiskey, start looking for your flights! I booked my flight during the JetBlue Fall Sale, packed my backpack, and left for some good old fashion southern experience.

Tennessee has a great history regarding civil rights, historically Black Colleges, the famous Fisk University, which gave me a sneak peek of the art installation during my visit, and the main stage where some of the world’s greatest Country Music artists have performed.

There are a few must-see places for you to make a stop at when visiting. But before we get to that part, we want you to find some of the most fantastic spots to stay:

We will start with the beautiful 1 Hotel located in the heart of downtown, within walking distance of every historical place you must visit. This property is not only a sustainably conscious business, but their customer service perfectly represents what southern hospitality is all about.

Their standard rooms are spacious and practical for both short and long visits. The rooms are wonderfully laid out for you and your beloved to enjoy comfortably.

It is truly an urban oasis that provides a remarkable luxury experience while protecting the planet. 1 Hotel Nashville has 215 rooms, which include 37 suites. For those of us that are environmentally concerned, you will see the thoughtful touches of nature in the architecture of the building. They bring spirit into each space with native greenery, reclaimed materials, and organic cotton linens.

They have a restaurant in the main lobby for your dining experience. But if you prefer to stay in the room, you will also enjoy fresh takes on in-room dining and 1 Hotels’ signature Lobby Farmstand.

The food is delicious, and their presentation is just as expected.

The property provides three unique ways to have a wonderful dining experience: a restaurant, a bar, and rooftop venues. Each space offers sustainable and locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine.

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