|Minimum Stay||1 - 7 nights|
True two-story loft in the heart of Downtown Nashville, overlooking the Titan's Stadium and the Cumberland River! Your loft reservation will include: secure key code access to the building and the unit, non-smoking bldg, cable and wifi provided, fine linens in a fully furnished private residence right on 2nd Ave. Once you arrive, you are within walking distance to most of downtown and you can Uber everywhere else!
Looking for a Getaway? Then BookIt! Nashville has the vacation rental you have been looking for, ready at your fingertips. Be sure to check out our photos of all the sights and sounds that can be seen and heard, just around the corner! Nashville has a thriving downtown community with something for everyone. Whether you are looking for sporting events, shopping, museums, a grocery store or a pharmacy for that last minute item, a quick cup of coffee or a nice glass of wine, a major concert venue, the symphony, a broadway musical, or just a local honky-tonk band, Nashville has it all and it is just steps away from our Condo at The Quarters, located on 2nd Avenue. Just click the BookIt Now button to secure your reservation.
Our Downtown Hideaway is just that, a condo in the heart of Downtown Nashville that feels like a hidden gem. It is a two-story, true loft with 20 ft windows overlooking the Cumberland River. You can see it all and still feel removed from everything because this 100 year old building is just that quiet and peaceful. We have a Queen bed in the upstairs bedroom that overlooks the living room which has a Queen sofa-sleeper, 1 and a half baths, and a fully stocked kitchen for your entertaining needs.
Our loft is in the heart of it all and yet still hidden away from it all at the same time! It is a fully renovated condo that is ready for your weekend getaway, girl's night out, or family gathering. The building is a residential property, so you will feel this is more like a home than a hotel. The building is a secure building with electronic access only available to residents and our guests and the unit as well, has a convenient combo access for our guests; prior to arrival, you will receive instructions on how to access both the building and the unit. Parking is available just around the corner whether you prefer a lot or garage parking, just park your car and walk to everything... Printer's Alley, Titan's Football, TPAC, Country Music Hall of Fame, the Music City Center, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Frist, The Ryman, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and countless other possibilities are all at your fingertips!
The Quarters is one of Nashville's truly unique condominium communities. The building is over 100 years old and in 2006, it was converted from apartments to condos, giving the tenants, many of whom had lived in the building for over a decade, a chance to own the home they loved so much! As a result, the building has a very friendly vibe and you feel it with everyone you meet.
Truly, the views from this home are amazing. We overlook Market St, the Cumberland River and Titan's Stadium and we get a unique perspective of all the outdoor events from concerts to CMA's to game day, to 4th of July Fireworks to just a gorgeous day in Nashville. It is really a relaxing oasis in the city and if you visit once, you will be back again and again.
Steps from the entertainment district downtown.
Felt safe (door lock with code to building and then code to loft)
Liquor/wine/beer next door.
You have to park a block away and that cost $36 a day for an open lot. I paid using the parkmobile app. (the sign said I could at the lot). I received a $60 parking ticket. So, now I'm disputing the parking ticket. Clearly this is not the property's fault. However, I did not realize that the open lot was $36 a day when booking the property.
The upstairs of the loft was hot. When we checked in the thermostat was on 68 degrees. The thermostat is downstairs. When we went upstairs it was probably in the 80s. We turned it down to 54 at night after we woke up dry and hot. Considered even sleeping downstairs. I know, heat rises. We stayed during a cold snap in December and the unit kicked on every 15 minutes.
Shampoo, conditioner and body wash/soap is not provided. There were a few nearly empty containers of shampoo in a drawer that we used; a hodgepodge of used hotel mini containers. But it was probably eft over from another traveler. So, bring soap, shampoo and conditioner. You'll need it.
The bed was ok. Aside from the temperature we slept ok until an upstairs Roomba went on and vacuumed in the middle of the night (or morning) for 15 minutes. (I'm not certain it was a Roomba, it could have been a bored upstairs tenant).
The damage deposit. I booked in June for a December trip. The damage deposit is $500! I stayed one night and checked out on the morning of Thursday December 15. I have not received my deposit back as of Monday, December 19. However, the HomeAway location I checked out of yesterday refunded my damage deposit within hours (on a Sunday). Clearly, I would recommend the deposit returned within at least 1 business day.
All in all, Nashville is a great City and the location was perfect.
We went there for Broncos game which is walking distance you can walk anywhere from this location cute little room with a full kitchen we had a great experience
This loft condo is steps away from the bars and restaurants. Convenient liquor store right next to entry door. Safe and quiet rental over a busy football weekend. The views of the river and Nissan stadium are visible by day and lite up at night. Close walk to MANY areas from this location. The loft condo itself could use a few minor upgrades, but the location outweighs anything. Parking in downtown Nashville was our only complaint, it was expensive and time constraints at certain ramps were inconvenient. We will be back and hope to use this loft again, because the LOCATION is ON!
First time visiting Nashville, TN and simply loved it! The Condo was awesome. All the action was at our door steps. A few blocks away was from Broadway, the " main drag of Nashville". Good not have had a better location. Condo was a perfect resting place. Clean and well taken care of.
Only down side is parking. Lots of parking lots near bye, but we did not do enough research on pricing out locations. Some were extremely expensive. Aside from that, we will definitely come back! Ed - East Greenville, PA
'Begin your visit in Nashville by taking in the historic and music-filled downtown scene on the Music City Trolley Hop On/Hop Off Tour. Hop off at your leisure at historic spots such as the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. This state-of-the-art facility features more than 40,000 square feet of country music artifacts, including the museum’s newest exhibit, The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and California Country.
For lunch, walk to down-home Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant’s downtown location on Church Street. With mismatched tables and chairs and an eclectic clientele, Puckett’s serves Southern-style food that is some of the best in town.
Next, walk a few blocks to the Mother Church of Country Music, the Ryman Auditorium, and see where hundreds of famous artists, from James Brown and Patsy Cline to Bruce Springsteen and Mumford & Sons, have performed. Finish your afternoon by exploring Marathon Village, a.k.a. Nashville’s Creative Neighborhood. From Corsair Artisan Distillery, a craft distillery that makes high-quality spirits in small batches, to Antique Archaeology, created from Mike Wolfe’s American Pickers on the History Channel, enjoy the unique complex created for artists, photographers and designer studios.
For family attraction options, check out the Nashville Zoo, where you can come face-to-face with a wide variety of animals, or experience the Adventure Science Center and interactively explore the Adventure Tower, BlueMax or Sudekum Planetarium, where astronomers teach you how to identify the seasonal constellations, bright stars and planets.
Enjoy dinner at Merchants, a classic, modern-day restaurant reinvented from the historic 1892 Merchant’s Hotel. End the night by hitting Nashville’s world famous honky-tonks on lower Broadway including Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, Robert’s Western World and Legends Corner.
GET YOUR ART ON
Enjoy breakfast at Taylor Swift’s favorite spot, Fido, a funky coffeehouse in Hillsboro Village. Conveniently located near Vanderbilt and Belmont universities, Hillsboro Village is a collection of shops, boutiques and restaurants perfect for a day’s stroll.
Not in the mood for shopping? Learn about Nashville’s thriving arts scene. Discover one of the Frist Center for the Visual Arts’ many temporary exhibits, pop in to any of the downtown art galleries, most of which are on the “Fifth Avenue of the Arts,” or visit the Parthenon in Centennial Park, the world’s only full-size reproduction of the Greek Parthenon and home to Athena, the tallest indoor structure in the Western world. Not sure where to start? Consider the First Saturday Art Crawl throughout downtown Nashville on the first Saturday evening of every month, during which visitors can visit a plethora of galleries in downtown Nashville.
Spend the afternoon at Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville’s largest and wealthiest private estate that was once a renowned thoroughbred horse farm, or visit The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson and see the mansion, tombs of Andrew and Rachel Jackson, and Rachel’s beloved garden. Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is also a must-see, with a rotating exhibition schedule, events and breathtaking gardens to explore.
Finish up your day with dinner at Bound’ry, and upscale Midtown restaurant featuring global cuisine and an ambiance complete with eclectic artwork, or take in a show at Bluebird Café, where patrons can enjoy songwriters performing in an intimate “in the round setting” – a true Nashville experience. If you want to enjoy a more classical show, take in a performance by the Grammy-award winning Nashville Symphony at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in the heart of the downtown entertainment district.
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp (CVC) operates two downtown Visitor Information Centers (VIC), offering discounted attraction tickets, special hotel rates, a plethora of brochures and coupons, and concierge assistance.
501 Broadway (615) 259-4768
The VIC in the glass tower of the Bridgestone Arena, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue South and Broadway, has a gift shop and wireless café with a large selection of Nashville souvenirs. Open 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
150 Fourth Avenue North (615) 259-4730
The VIC in the Regions Bank Building, at the corner of Fourth Avenue North and Commerce Street, features music-themed giftware, art and accessories, as well as free maps. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
NASHVILLE CITY MAPS
City maps are available at the VICs, the Nashville International Airport, the Nashville Convention Center, the Metropolitan Courthouse and in most hotel lobbies.'
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
|Nightly Hotel Tax County||$8|