Why stay in a bland hotel room while you’re in one of the most exciting cities in the country? Nashville is anything but boring, so choose a place to stay that’s as unique as Music City and the talented people in it! Below, we’ll cover all of the bases when it comes to choosing a hotel vs. vacation rental.
If you’re planning your musical getaway to Tennessee, make sure to access our free Nashville Vacation Guide. With this tool, you can explore the best restaurants, honky-tonks, live music, and attractions in town. Use our local expertise to create an itinerary that’s jam-packed with fun things to do and long-lasting memories.
Nashville Hotel Vs. Vacation Rental
Book a vacation rental instead of a hotel room if you’re in search of a modernly styled accommodation with fantastic amenities. AirBnBs are on the rise because vacation rentals allow you to choose an accommodation with personality as unique as your own. Playlist Properties offers a wide variety of luxury rental properties in different neighborhoods all over Nashville.
1. Choose Your Location
You can choose where to stay from a selection of vacation rentals across Nashville. The different Nashville neighborhoods all have unique personalities with an array of things to do. You can choose which Nashville attractions you’d like to stay near, depending on the rental that you prefer.
2. Enjoy a Longer Vacation
Vacation rentals are perfect for longer stays, rather than hotel rooms, which are more for short-term stays. So, unpack your belongings and consider the house, condo, or apartment, your new home-away-from-home!
3. Vacation Rentals Are Like Homes
When staying at a hotel, you don’t get that at home feel that you would get in a vacation rental. It’s essentially a house with bedrooms, a living room, a full kitchen, and sometimes an entertainment room. We know that even though you love your family, you sometimes need your own space!
“There is an unspoken bond you create with the friends you travel with.” – Kristen Sarah
4. More Space, More Company
The more, the merrier, right? Vacation rentals offer more space than a hotel room, leaving you more room for company. That’s why families or groups tend to book vacation homes. Hotel rooms typically accommodate four guests or less, while vacation rentals can accommodate large groups of up to 12.
5. Home-Cooked Meals Like Grandma Makes
Okay, so maybe not like Grandma makes (unless Grandma is coming with), but you can cook your own meals because you have access to a kitchen. This is perfect for groups who are looking for cost-effective ways to save money on dining while on vacation. Plus, vacation rentals are typically in convenient locations, near grocery stores and other shops. In other words, it’s a great way to live like the locals!
You don’t need to restrict yourself to only eating what is served at nearby restaurants since you can plan your own meals. Sure, it’s a little more work to cook and clean than staying at a hotel where you would dine out at restaurants for every meal, but this is a great opportunity for bonding.
The best memories are made in the kitchen, so spend time with your favorite people and cook a meal with them! Plus, cleaning up is never a chore when you’re doing it with the right people – especially if you’re competitive. Try turning it into a game!
Another fantastic perk of staying in a vacation rental is that most of them include kitchen utensils, a washer, and dryer, as well as other necessary appliances. Everything you would need from a home is readily available for you!
When you choose Playlist Properties, you’re choosing luxury and stylish vacation homes that are the icing on the cake during your Nashville getaway. Return to your relaxing vacation rental after dancing the night away at all of the best honky-tonks in Nashville. It’s the best way to rest those dancing feet before another exciting day in Music City, USA.
So, what are you waiting for? Browse our extensive list of elegant properties all over Nashville, and start planning your musical escape today!