Union Station Hotel

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Historic Lodging
Historic Lodging
No longer serving passenger rail, Nashville’s Union Station became a hotel in 1986, and was completely renovated in 2007 to reflect its turn-of-the-twentieth-century grandeur. Alas, the train sheds are no longer, but the hotel and its property offer reminders of its bygone purpose. Located next to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and walking distance to midtown neighborhoods.
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