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In the heart of downtown Nashville, within walking distance to all major business and entertainment venues. Adjacent to the State Capitol and convenient to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Ryman Auditorium, Nissan Stadium, Bridgestone Arena, Frist Museum, and Broadway. Nashville Int’l Airport: 8 miles, 15 minutes.

Driving Directions

From Memphis: Exit I-40 at Church Street. Left on Church to Seventh Avenue. Left on Seventh Avenue to Union. Right on Union to Sixth Street.

From Nashville Airport: Take I-40 W to Exit 209 (Broadway). Right on Broadway and continue to Seventh Avenue. Left on Seventh to Union Street. Right on Union. Two blocks to hotel.

Nearest Airport

Nashville International Airport: 9.5 miles/15 kilometers, 20 minutes.

Hotel Address

231 Sixth Avenue North, Nashville

Tennessee, United States 37219

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