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All reviews live music honky tonks country music great music boot shops broadway street great city cowboy boots bar hopping bachelorette parties pedestrian bridge bridgestone arena no cover charge lots of fun walk around great place to visit johnny cash museum
Downtown Nashville was amazing but it was paaaaacked. The first night there was a hockey game and the second night everyone from the football game trickled in to downtown. Still had an amazing time. Great bars!
If you want a New Orleans Mardi Gras w/o the parades and beads type of experience, then Broadway is for you. "It is crowded" is an understatement! Inside Tootsie's one night it was so crowded no one could move and you are literally mashed up...More
We spent a few evenings in downtown Nashville, The honky tonks were so much fun. The atmosphere is fun and everyone was so friendly. We enjoyed the adult beverages, food, and listening to many up and coming rising country music stars! This is a must...More
Trying to explain Broadway Street in Nashville is almost impossible. So many restaurants, bars, shops, unexpected sights. While walking back to our hotel last evening, there was a huge crowd outside Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. We learned that Brad Paisley was inside. His tour bus had...More
We went with friends and family to celebrate my husbands 60th. We spent a lot of time on Broadway which was more for millennials. Crazy loud, lots of over-served people after 11:00. The Taste Of Nashville Germantown walking tour is a must as well as...More
Or rather the heart of the kingdom. If you like having hun and enjoying your life you’ll be feeling blessed in this place. Lots of music on each corner of the street. Country mainly but also some rock and blues. Shopping area with local stuff....More
Response from Marilynn1972 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the Quality Inn Opryland Area. It was really reasonably priced with restaurants close by. It was beside the Opryland Hotel and by the Grand Ole Opry and shopping center. I too have limited walking ability. We... More
We stayed at the Quality Inn Opryland Area. It was really reasonably priced with restaurants close by. It was beside the Opryland Hotel and by the Grand Ole Opry and shopping center. I too have limited walking ability. We drove to downtown and parked in a parking lot that had handicap parking. In June most of the sidewalks were torn up so hopefully they are completed now. Once you park you can walk around the entire downtown.
Response from SueTravelsOn | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure what you mean by affordable. the Doubletree is about $159 a night. Staying there would allow you to walk to most everything so you will not need a car. If you have a car, this will allow you more choices... More
I am not sure what you mean by affordable. the Doubletree is about $159 a night. Staying there would allow you to walk to most everything so you will not need a car. If you have a car, this will allow you more choices. Also there are Uber, Music City bus, trolley, and a company that gives rides in a golf cart.