The Best Pet-Friendly Hotels In Nashville
Nashville’s top hotels are increasingly welcoming pets to the party, and these are the best pet-friendly hotel experiences in town.
The Hermitage Hotel, Nashville’s original and longest-standing hotel, was built in 1910, in a group effort by Nashville’s community, the luxury Nashville hotel has been the backdrop for 106 years of traditions, memories, and Nashville’s most iconic moments. The Pampered Paws Program includes organic food and treats, speciality pet bedding, pet turndown service and even an on-call pet masseuse.
Housed in a 1929 art deco-style building, this stylish, downtown hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Ryman Auditorium and 9 miles from Nashville International Airport. A $75 fee covers up to a week of reservation for one pet up to 25 pounds (with the potential deep-cleaning fee for longer stays), and comes with bed, bowl and treats.
Designed with a curator’s touch, Noelle, Nashville, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel offers historic luxury within steps of Printer’s Alley. Immerse yourself in boutique elegance amid intuitively designed rooms and sumptuous suites with 5-star amenities, fine appointments, floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping views of the downtown Nashville skyline. Noelle welcomes one pet of any size per room and charges no additional fees for bringing along their furry friend.
Known as a modern oasis among locals and travelers alike, JW Marriott Nashville stands as the pinnacle of luxury in Music City. For $100 per stay, two pets up to 50 pounds are invited to join you in this already iconic tower.
This trendy hotel in the entertainment district is a 15-minute walk from the Frist Art Museum, 5 minutes on foot from the Ryman Auditorium and 9 miles from Nashville International Airport. Dogs weighing 35 pounds and under are permitted in the pet-friendly rooms, but can’t be left unattended (don’t worry—you won’t have trouble finding pet-friendly places to enjoy with your pup in Nashville anyway).
21c Museum Hotel Nashville is woven into the fabric of downtown, welcoming both visitors and locals to enjoy the curated exhibitions, cultural programming, and culinary offerings at Gray & Dudley. While many pet policies refer only to dogs, 21c Museum Hotels welcomes dogs and cats to stay with a flat fee per stay (two pets, any size).
Bobby is a vibrant lifestyle hotel unlike any other in the heart of Music City. Residing in historic Printers Alley in Downtown Nashville, Bobby Hotel just steps away from the bustle of the downtown music scene yet far enough away to get some shut-eye. Also, Bobby also employs a canine greeter, Sasha, with her own line of merchandise. Order from the dog menu anywhere pets are allowed—including the rooftop lounge.