Come explore Nashville, TN, attractions
It’s seriously hard to beat Kimpton Aertson Hotel for proximity to good times in Nashville. Our Midtown location means you’re central to eclectic neighborhoods, paddle boarding and kayaking on the Cumberland River, plus miles of greenways connecting you to shopping, recreation areas and parks.
The Gulch — Just south of Downtown, The Gulch has risen from its abandoned warehouse past to hot spot status. Bite into a “bonut” (biscuit dough donut) on your way to The Frist Center for Visual Arts with rotating global exhibits in a stunning Art Deco building.
12South — Pop into a coffee shop for a latte among the local free spirits. Then stroll past stylish boutiques and revitalized homes. Catch the Tuesday farmers market in historic Sevier Park during the warmer months.
West End — More shopping and coffeehouses, plus the 132-acre Centennial Park, Nashville’s largest urban park and home to the Parthenon, a full-scale replica of Athen’s original that serves as an art museum.
Belmont/Hillsboro Village — More than two dozen bars and restaurants welcome you to this walkable neighborhood, plus clothing boutiques, local bookstore and the Belcourt Theatre, showing classic, indie and foreign films along with live music and theater performances.