Third Night Free
Save when you stay a little longer! Book three or more consecutive nights with us and receive the third night free. Your Nashville getaway is calling
“Meet me at The Hermitage” is an adage that has echoed throughout Nashville for more than a century. As the city’s original million-dollar hotel, these illustrious halls have served as backdrop for more than 110 years of Nashville’s iconic moments, historic imprints, and cherished memories, serving as a gathering place for travelers and locals alike.
Celebrating the Holidays has been a Hermitage Hotel tradition for over a century. Whether a Nashville resident or guest to our city, come see why the Hermitage Hotel is the place to be during this most special time of the year.
Our timelessly elegant, well-appointed accommodations offer all the comforts of home alongside the delights of a five-star destination. With expansive guest rooms and luxurious amenities, you are sure to rest wistfully in your personal haven of relaxation.
Renowned chef Jean-Georges invites you to indulge in enticing cuisine & creative cocktails.
The Pink Hermit is our chic new all-day café conceived by Jean-Georges. Revel in our cozy indoor and outdoor spaces while enjoying a coffee bar with pastries in the morning, casual take-away fare for lunch, or small bites and fine wines in the evening, perfect for pre- and post-theater gatherings.
Since 1910, The Hermitage Hotel has served as Nashville’s premier gathering place for occasions of all kinds. Today, our versatile venues exude timeless style for both the modern bride and the modish event planner. With sophisticated yet soulful surroundings, detail-oriented staff, and a world-class culinary operation under the direction of Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, we are ready to host your wedding, meeting, or event in refined style.
EXPLORE MUSIC CITY
Just steps from an abundance of world-class music venues, outstanding restaurants, eclectic shopping, and historical treasures, The Hermitage Hotel is the perfect starting point for your Nashville adventure. Music City awaits!
In the early 1900s, the women’s suffrage movement sported yellow roses to show their support forwomen’s right to vote, while the anti-suffragists donned red roses to show their opposition to the movement. In honor of our role in suffrage history, look for the color yellow hidden in plain sight throughout The Hermitage Hotel.