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Places to Stay With Families in Nashville, Tennessee

by Jaime Vargas-Benitez

Whether your vacation is on a tight budget or money is no object, Nashville-area hotels can accommodate your needs and put you in a prime spot to enjoy what Nashville has to offer. Area attractions include the Grand Ole Opry, historic tours, the Country Music Hall of Fame and water parks.

Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center

The Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center is a Nashville resort. Some of the amenities include a spa, a cascade atrium and game room. Whether the family wants shopping, golf, sightseeing or to visit the Grand Ole Opry next door, this hotel has it. Guests can take free dance lessons at the Wildhorse Saloon.

Doubletree Guest Suites-Nashville

The Doubletree Guest Suites Nashville has indoor and outdoor pools that are connected. Because the rooms are suites, separate living room areas allow parents to relax after children go to sleep. The hotel has a game room, a gym and a restaurant. Some nearby attractions include the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show, General Jackson Showboat Cruise and the Country City Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Hampton Inn and Suites Nashville at Opryland

The Hampton Inn Suites Nashville at Opryland is located steps away from the Grand Ole Opry. The hotel caters to families by providing a hot breakfast every morning, and high chairs and cribs when needed. The hotel has a large outdoor pool. The Hampton Inn Suites Nashville at Opryland is near a replica of the Greek Parthenon. Guests can also stroll along historic Music Row, go shopping, or tour Andrew Jackson's home.

Motel 6 -- Airport

The Motel 6 airport allows children younger than 16 years of age to stay for free, and it also accommodates small pets for a nominal fee. The Nashville Shores Water Park is nearby, as is Opry Mills Shopping and Entertainment Complex. Also within 10 miles of the motel are a toy museum, zoo and a wild horse corral.

About the Author

Jaime Vargas-Benitez has been a parenting writer since 2010. She has worked in the child wellness field in various roles for over 20 years. Along with the experiences of raising her own kids, she has been privileged enough to participate in the raising of hundreds of other children as well.

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