Tennessee is a land of stunning natural beauty and tree-filled mountains as far as the eye can see. Any visit to Tennessee is bound to be a memorable one, but you can make it even better by staying in any of these one-of-a-kind hotels.
If you’re a fan of traveling, make that into a theme of your vacation by staying at the Union Station Hotel in Nashville. This historic inn is the reimagination of a Nashville train terminal that was built in 1900, and today it’s a place of exquisite decor and luxury.
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Want to sleep under the stars without actually sleeping under the stars? That’s not a tall order at the Big Cypress Lodge. This incredible outdoor-themed Memphis hotel will have you feeling like you’re a wilderness pioneer without sacrificing the comforts of modern amenities.
Staying at The Oliver is the perfect way to experience the history and culture of Knoxville all in one. This historic hotel, which lives in a building that dates back to 1876, is located in the heart of downtown Knoxville.
Chattanooga is a town where Southern charm is everywhere, but it’s at its strongest at the legendary Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel. The building’s former life was as the first railway station in the South, opening in 1909. Today, the hotel maintains a delightfully train-themed decor and a fun atmosphere.
Nashville has plenty of unique stays, but The Russell is certainly high up on the list. This hotel is situated in a former church, with many of its original features like stained glass windows and pews still in use.
Who doesn’t love the coziness of Christmas? It can be Christmas any time you want it to be at The Inn at Christmas Place, a spectacularly decorated Christmas-themed hotel.
It should come as no surprise that Tennessee has a variety of beautiful treehouses you can book, and in such a beautiful mountainous area, this is the ultimate way to catch the views. A popular favorite is Treehouse Mountain, with four comfortable treehouses to choose from.
If a treehouse hotel lets you stay up in the trees, how do you do the opposite and stay underground? It turns out you can do both in the same state. Forest Gully Farms is a spectacular 15-acre farm with an amazingly cozy Hobbit-like underground home you can book.
The site of the General Morgan Inn has a storied history. In its current life, though, it’s one of Tennessee’s most treasured historic hotels, boasting luxury rooms and incredibly ornate beauty.
With a style described as “European elegance meets Southern charm,” the River Inn of Harbor Town is part of the fabric of Memphis. This historical hotel still has hints of its eras-old roots, including wrought-iron decor, gas lanterns, and so much more.
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