With so many hotel options in Nashville, it’s great to find a property that offers a luxury experience, a great location and some cool history. Fresh off a $5 million renovation, the Hotel Indigo Nashville embraces its historic roots, as part of Nashville’s printing history.
The hotel is comprised of two historic buildings, one of which was built in 1905 as the American Trust Building, and the other in 1925 as the Nashville Trust Building. It joined the Hotel Indigo system in 2010. As a result of the $5 million renovation, the guestrooms now feature new soft goods and furniture; the lobby, meeting rooms and fitness center have been completely renovated; and 33 new guestrooms have been added. The restaurant was completely remodeled and is now open as The District Bar & Kitchen, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
With the renovation, the hotel now tells the story of the local neighborhood, “Printers Alley.” The restaurant design and name reference the Printer’s Alley “Men’s District” and its speakeasies of the Prohibition Era. The carved letter blocks behind the front desk are a reference to the trays of letter blocks that printers used to assemble their presses. In a nod to printing history, the lobby’s library wall features a myriad of eye-catching red-orange bound books. Murals in the guestrooms feature vintage printing equipment. The hotel hosts live music Monday through Saturday. It is Nashville, after all!
Booked online with the hotel, rates are available for $189 per night, for two adults, including breakfast.
Hotel Indigo Nashville
301 Union Street, Nashville, TV