Centrally located just one block from Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and four blocks from the Ryman Theatre, the smoke-free, 255-room Hyatt Place offers travelers a comfortable, yet modern stay in the downtown area.
YOU SHOULD KNOW The hotel is pet-friendly with an extra fee.
Warm, oversized rooms all include a signature "cozy corner" with a sleeper sofa and workspace. Televisions, high speed wifi, and complimentary coffee and tea are provided.
The "Odds & Ends" menu available to all guests includes free to borrow and for-purchase products if necessary items were left at home.
Large, clean bathrooms are complete with KenetMD bath products, a hair dryer, and walk-in shower.
The open-layout lobby features cowhide accents, a Johnny Cash glass mural, and plenty of seating for lounging and talking. There is a computer lab with printers, though the printers can be used remotely from anywhere within the hotel. Breakfast is served daily, but a lobby snack pantry is also available for beverages and packaged food to-go.
The heated indoor pool has both chaise lounges as well as tables and chairs. Towels are rolled and stacked in bins for guest use.
A 24/7 fitness center is adjacent to the pool. Treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, and free weights can be accessed to keep fit while traveling.
A complimentary hot buffet, fresh fruit, and other breakfast items are available daily in the lobby.
The bakery café in the lobby that serves Starbucks espresso in the mornings morphs into a bar in the evenings. Guests can order cocktails, wine and beer.
Valet parking is available for $35 per day or self-park can be found across the street for $32 per day.
Because the hotel is centrally located downtown, guests can easily walk to the most notable attractions on Broadway as well as the Johnny Cash Museum and Cafe, a two-block walk. Other sights can be reached by Uber.
If planning to visit Opryland, drive your own car as it is farther outside of Nashville.
Nestled between SoBro and Rolling Mill Hill neighborhoods, the Hyatt Place is near an array of dining options. To experience the kitchen, visit Etch (2-minute walk), which operates in an open layout. To take a break from beef and pork, try The Southern (2-minute walk) for seafood entreés. Sean Brock's famous Husk (10-minute walk) is close by as well.
Pinewood Social (10-minute walk) is a Nashville essential without being too far away on the Cumberland River. Bakersfield Tacos (1-minute walk) may be about tacos first and foremost, but tequila and whiskey are a close second and third. Visit for handmade craft cocktails. Jump start the next day with a cup of freshly roasted coffee at Crema (7-minute walk).
WHY WE LIKE IT
Location is essential in Nashville, a city that requires driving on the interstate to get most anywhere. For guests that want to focus their time downtown to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, see a show at the Ryman Theatre, or spend a night in the honky tonks, this is a perfect location. The Hyatt Place does, however, allow guests to easily access other neighborhoods adjacent to the downtown area.