Since opening as Nashville’s original million-dollar hotel in 1910, The Hermitage Hotel has long been known as the top hotel in Tennessee and one of the premier hotels in the country. Our tradition of excellence that began in 1910 has remained vibrant and alive throughout the years, serving as the first – and at times the only – five-star hotel in the state.
Style has always been synonymous with our historic hotel in Nashville. Our distinctive, Beaux Arts aesthetic that blends classical Italian and French Renaissance features. From the moment you ascend the grand staircase into our opulent lobby, you will be struck by the grandeur of the original marble, the ornamental details, and the elegant craftsmanship visible throughout our hallowed halls.
At The Hermitage, our sense of style transcends the visual with a unique historical gravitas. We have been practicing best in class hospitality as a cornerstone for the Nashville community for more than a century. As such, we have borne witness to this city’s most notable, and most notorious, moments.
In 2020, The Hermitage Hotel was designated as a National Historic Landmark by the United States Secretary of the Interior, ensuring that our esteemed hotel will be preserved and protected for generations to come.
In August of 1920, Tennessee’s 33 Senators and 99 Representatives descended upon Nashville for a special session called by the Governor. At stake was a hotly contested issue of national importance – women’s right to vote. Tennessee was the 36th and final state to vote on the 19th amendment, and The Hermitage Hotel became an infamous backdrop for political leaders in the weeks and months leading up to ratification.
Crafted in the early 1900s, The Hermitage Hotel is a masterful work credited to Tennessee native James Carpenter, who completed his formal education at the famed Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris before going on to be one of New York’s premier luxury high-rise designers. To this day, more than 40 of J.E.R. Carpenter’s buildings remain sought-after residences along the coveted Park and 5th Avenues, a testament to the enduring caliber of The Hermitage Hotel.
With a central location just steps from the state capitol, The Hermitage Hotel quickly established itself as a favorite among politicians, but it wasn’t long before this beloved local haunt captured the attention of other travelers as well. Over the years, The Hermitage has played host to American presidents, foreign dignitaries, musical legends, Hollywood icons, business magnates and more.
We have proudly partnered with some of the premier organizations and loyalty programs from across the industry.
Over the years, we have repeatedly been named among the top hotels in the country, earning accolades from a collection of premier travel publications.
A Music City icon with enduring style, The Hermitage Hotel has been spotted gracing the silver screen since the inception of film, providing the backdrop for hit movies, television dramas, primetime commercials, music videos and more.
With our firm commitment to preservation, The Hermitage Hotel partnered with The Land Trust for Tennessee in 2008 to further our mission of conservation and sustainability. Since then, we have donated more than $1 million towards the protection of Tennessee lands through our Guest Visionary Program and tended our 2-acre heirloom garden at The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Glen Leven Farm where we grow produce to be served at Drusie & Darr.
As The Hermitage Hotel enters a new era, our beloved Nashville landmark has been restored once again to a level of grandeur that graced its inception. The hotel was completely renovated as a luxury boutique property in 2002-2003 by notable designer Forest Perkins, and again in 2020-2021 by the same team. Rooted in history but in-step with the now, The Hermitage is embarking on the latest chapter of our ever-evolving story.
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