Hotel near the Nashville airport with complimentary shuttle to and from local attractions, an on-site restaurant, and indoor heated pool
Property at a Glance: Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport
It’s a quick ride to and from Nashville International Airport with this Radisson Hotel’s complimentary shuttle service. Guests can start their vacation or trip within minutes as they’re dropped off at the property and make their way to the on-site restaurant, indoor pool, or their comfortable private room. And with a spot right next to I-40, they’ll have easy access to Music City and tourist sites like the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
- Surf the web using the hotel’s complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Take a dip in the heated, indoor pool that’s open all year-round.
- Grab a bite at RGB Bar and Grill, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner options of down-home American-style meals.
- Take a shuttle anywhere within a three-mile radius, or zip to the airport before your flight in as little as 10 minutes.
Nashville, Tennessee: Music Lovers’ Paradise
Nicknamed Music City, Nashville is the undisputed capital of country music—the place where artists such as Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton hit it big and where generations of singers, strummers, banjo pickers, and fiddlers have taken the stage at the Grand Ole Opry. Despite its country roots, the city has also embraced other genres, including rock, rap, and jazz. You’ll find some of the best Nashville music venues along Honky Tonk Row, as up-and-coming musicians and songwriters step into the spotlight. Nearby, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum showcases an extensive audio archive and a memorabilia collection that includes Elvis’s golden Cadillac, Willie Nelson’s bandanna, and artifacts from iconic rockers including Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bob Dylan.
Just southwest of downtown lies the 132-acre Centennial Park, which is adjacent to Vanderbilt University. The city’s premier outdoor space features a full-scale replica of the Parthenon alongside a 42-foot-tall statue of Athena. Inside the faux Parthenon, you’ll find a permanent collection of 19th- and 20th-century American art.