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state capitals are rich tapestries, stitched together with colorful communities and neighborhoods. Nashville, Tennessee's state capital is certainly no slouch in that department. One such neighborhood is West End, 2 miles southwest of the downtown area.
Most visitors who make the trip to Nashville take the time to see Grand Ole Opry.
The Ryman Auditorium and Tennessee State Capitol should be on your check list of things to experience while in West End.
West End offers a good selection of short and long-stay accommodations in the vicinity of Ryman Auditorium, including the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, Hilton Nashville Downtown, Union Station Hotel Nashville, Autograph Collection, Omni Nashville Hotel and Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is sure to hit a chord with the musicians among us. At the end of a long day, you won't have to travel far to get to your hotel. The Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown and Courtyard By Marriott Vanderbilt-West End are two quality options to choose from nearby. Learn about the region's sporting champions and heroes at Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Accommodation options to look into near here are the Best Western Plus Music Row and Comfort Inn Nashville - Downtown.
Save money by booking into one of West End's less pricey hotels, such as the Extended StayAmerica Nashville - Vanderbilt.
Whether you want a caffeine fix, something sweet or a savory snack, Dunkin' Donuts is an excellent place to rest and recharge in between exploring West End. Still feeling hungry? Clement Hall Grill is also close by and offers more substantial fare. At the end of a lively day, ask the bartender for an ice cold beer and meet some of the locals at Logan's Roadhouse.