$379 & up – 4.5-Star Nashville Escape w/Flights
Rock out in Music City and stay at one of the "Leading Hotels of the World" (U.S. News).
With the Country Music Awards, holiday tours at antebellum mansions plus loads of concerts, we think winter might be the best time to see Music City. It's even better when you can save up to $400 on 3-night trips to a top-rated Midtown hotel that's "equal parts Southern sass and global rock 'n' roll" (Conde Nast Traveler).
- Roundtrip flights to Nashville
- 3 nights in a Premier King or Two Queen Room overlooking the city skyline or the Vanderbilt Campus
- $25 daily food-and-beverage credit
Depart: Select departures through March
Customize your trip: For an even better corner view, upgrade to a Midtown Suite. Longer and shorter trips are also on sale, and the savings apply throughout. Flights are available from over 50 cities — use the calendar on the next page to search dates from your preferred airport.
About the hotel:
Sitting between Vanderbilt University, Centennial Park and Broadway Avenue in the aptly named midtown neighborhood, the Hutton Hotel is about as Music City as it gets: For instance, country-music star, Maren Morris recorded her No. 1 single "The Middle" in one of the on-site sound studios; and over awards shows, you just might have a "celebrity sighting or three if you camped out in the lobby long enough" (Conde Nast Traveler). Guests can even rent Fender guitars and vinyl records from the front desk to master classic riffs and licks during their stay.
The hotel itself has loads of country-chic accents like bar-stools fashioned to resemble saddles in the on-site restaurant, which by the way, makes a mean boozy milkshake. There are also a host of other freebies, like Tesla car service around Nashville, turndown service (upon request) and even complimentary shoeshine.