Where to stay in Nashville without a car

Old Jan 12th, 2008, 09:38 AM
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Where to stay in Nashville without a car

Can anybody help us by suggesting to us in which area of Nashville we should stay, when visiting Nashville for the first time end April, if we will NOT have a car (we are flying to Nashville). We want to tour around Nashville, but would like to stay in an area that is convenient for a "first time" visit.
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Old Jan 12th, 2008, 10:28 AM
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When I visit Nashville I stay at
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/trave...bilt-west-end/. They have a free shuttle that will take y.ou
downtown etc. , and pick you up when you call them , until 3am on the weekends. I also fly there and use www.graylinenashville.com ; they have an airport express shuttle that picks up at the airport and takes you to your hotel and back to the airport for your return flight - $20 round trip.
They also have many sightseeing tours that will pick you up at your
hotel. Good Luck
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I agree with Genie, that if you stay at the Marriott, Courtyard, Hampton, or Crown Plaza West End, that you are in walking distance of several good restaurants. The group tours can pick you up at any of these hotels. You are a modest cab ride from several places that have great music every night. The Crown Plaza has music some nights.
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I would stay downtown, but I would really encourage you to get a car if possible. Otherwise you are at the mercy of cabs and tours, which is ok but you will miss some opportunities.
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