The hotel, which joined the Indigo brand in 2010, is actually comprised of two historic buildings--the American Trust Building built in 1905 and the Nashville Trust Building which was built in 1925. The lobby and the public spaces reference the history of the hotel's neighborhood, Printer's Alley, with carved letter blocks similar to the ones found on printing presses filling up the wall behind the front desk.
The lobby has also has a library complete with several orange-bound books while murals up in the guestrooms show off vintage printing equipment. Even the restaurant was completely remodeled and christened a s The District Bar & Kitchen in reference to the Printer's Alley "Men’s District” and its speakeasies of the Prohibition Era."
And of course the things we love about Hotel Indigo are in place here--such as hard wood floors, spa stools in the showers, colorful bedding and of course, free WiFi. But there's one more free perk--live music from Monday through Saturday. When in Nashville....
Room rates start around $235 a night.
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[Photos: Hotel Indigo Nashville]