A block away from hot chicken at iconic Hattie B's, the Hutton puts guests within a short drive of the honky-tonks on Broadway yet far enough away to sleep soundly at night
"The cool factor skyrockets at Analog" (Oyster.com): the hotel's nightly live music venue has already hosted big-name acts like Maren Morris and Allen Stone
Guests can try their hand at composing in one of the on-site writing rooms designed by Dierks Bentley and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder
This hotel is 14 minutes from the Nashville International Airport. Valet and self-parking are both available on site (for a fee).
Sitting between Vanderbilt University, Centennial Park and Broadway Avenue in the aptly named midtown neighborhood, the Hutton Hotel screams Music City from head to toe: Guest rooms, with floor-to-ceiling windows, feature wallpaper patterned after sound waves in a nod to the city's musical roots. Then there are country-chic accents like bar-stools fashioned to resemble saddles in the on-site restaurant.
The Hutton is a magnate for country-music stars, too — Maren Morris recorded her No. 1 single "The Middle" here. During awards shows, you just might have a "celebrity sighting or three if you camped out in the lobby long enough" (Conde Nast Traveler).
Rooms and suites come with modern necessities like free Wi-Fi, plus a litany of indulgent extras — think steam showers with rainfall heads, twice-daily house-keeping services and gourmet snack drawers stocked with locally sourced treats (for an added fee). There's also a host of other freebies, like car service around Nashville — in a Tesla — and vinyl records available for rental.
The hotel's newly opened restaurant, Mane & Rye Dinerant, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and specializes in boozy milkshakes — like the Fat Elvis, which comes with banana ice cream, peanut butter, marshmallow fluff and a shot of Jack Daniel's. After a late night on Broadway, we recommend the short rib hash or sour cream pancakes with whiskey bananas.