The Best Hotels In Nashville For Meetings And Conferences

Would you like to hold your next team off-site meeting, or annual conference in Nashville?  LOL, take a number!  In 2018, Nashville was the most frequently requested city for meetings by VenueQuest customers.  Unfortunately, we often see our customers begin a hotel search with Nashville as their first choice, only to give up and choose a different destination due to high prices, or very limited availability.  The other destination where we see this phenomena is Austin, Texas.

Meeting planners, and corporate department managers are drawn to Nashville for company meetings and annual conferences for several reasons:

  • Unlimited Outstanding Live Entertainment
  • A Walkable And Easy To Navigate Downtown
  • Relatively Mild Year-Round Weather
  • Great Food
  • Popular Culture Highlights (Nashville TV show, American Pickers, Sirius/XM The Highway live shows, etc)

There are two primary neighborhoods you need to know about, if you are planning a meeting in Nashville.

Downtown, Lower Broadway and The Gulch:   This area is the most requested section of Nashville.  Every hotel in downtown Nashville fits into an area less than 1 square mile,  and the bulk of the action and entertainment is along Broadway, and the three blocks paralleling this haven of live music.  But, don’t stress about the address of the hotel you choose, because aside from one historic hotel located practically on the railroad tracks, you will not find any conference or meeting oriented hotels actually on Broadway.

Midtown and West End:  As Broadway extends past the interstate, and splits into Broadway and West End Avenue, you will find yourself in a thriving and exciting neighborhood of hotels, fantastic restaurants, music industry offices and studios, and the grounds of Vanderbilt University.  One of VenueQuest’s top recommended hotels in Nashville is in this part of town.  We like this area because you can be far enough from the distractions of the honky tonk’s to get serious work done, but you are only a $6.00 Uber ride from the steel guitars, boots and neon of Lower Broadway.

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