Peel back the layers of time at Union Station - a splendidly restored 19th-Century railroad station. Come to Nashville Union Station and turn the clock back to a grander era - when travel was truly exotic and special. Back then, passengers dressed in their "Sunday Finest" and gathered in huge terminals that resembled castles rather than train stations. An excited, yet civil, energy charged the air, alongside soaring Victorian architecture, ornate wood carvings, and exquisite Italian marble.
Pulsing locomotives hissed on the platforms, as rubber-throated conductors shouted, "All aboard!" Visit those magnificent days through these notable characteristics, which make our stunning Nashville TN Union Station hotel truly special, including:
Long before it was a historic hotel, Nashville, TN Union Station was a key center in America's economy and culture. Opening on Oct. 9, 1900, to great fanfare, the building's imposing Gothic design - featuring lofty turrets and towers - was a testament to U.S. ingenuity and energy. During railroading's glory years, the station saw characters such as movie starlet Mae West and Mafia kingpin Al Capone - who was escorted through here on his way to Georgia penitentiary. Other fascinating facts surrounding our historic Nashville hotel include:
Connect with the elegance of the past while enjoying the luxury of the present. Showcasing exquisite architecture, historic Southern charm, and first-class service, Union Station is an inspired choice when visiting Music City, USA.