A Night @: Fairlane Hotel

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The Fairlane Hotel is one of Nashville’s newest luxury hotels offering a retro-modern atmosphere and top-notch service in downtown’s business and arts district. The 81-room boutique hotel has mid-century design with 1960s and 70s flare, including terrazzo floors, vintage furniture, funky art, and brass elements throughout. There are three food and beverage concepts on-site, including Union Teller Coffee Counter, Mile End Delicatessen, and Ellington’s Mid Way Bar & Grill. After enjoying everything the hotel has to offer, step outside and experience some of Music City’s best restaurants and nightlife. Here’s what to expect during a night at The Fairlane Hotel.  


A Night @: Fairlane Hotel

Check In (& Check It Out)

Check into your room and get settled. Your room has floor-to-ceiling windows, Euro-top beds with a handy fold-down cupholder in the center, a marble shower, and a mini-fridge (or drawer) with snacks and beverages, including Nashville’s own Yazoo Brewery.


Enjoy Cocktails & Bites at Ellington’s

Hit the “Restaurant” button in the elevator and venture to Ellington’s Mid Way Bar & Grill on the 4th floor for cocktails and bites on the rooftop terrace (or a full-fledged dining experience inside). Explore the menu before you arrive, but if you can’t decide, start off with some cheese curds—they won’t let you down.


Paint the Town

After enjoying some of Fairlane’s offerings, make your way to some of the best restaurants and bars in Nashville. Stick with the vintage vibe and get dinner or beverages at Black Rabbit, Woolworth on 5th, Skull’s Rainbow Room, or Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse. If you’re really feeling adventurous, spots like Robert’s and Tootises on Lower Broadway are sure to get you dancin’. Finish your outing with a stop at Legendairy Milkshake Bar for a sweet treat, or get room service when you return to the hotel.


Farewell Fairlane

In the morning, relax in your room with a cup of Stumptown Coffee from Union Teller Coffee Counter. Then, make your way down to the lobby with your luggage and fill up at Mile End Delicatessen before departing. Mile End opens at 6:00am on weekdays and 7:00am on the weekend, serving everything from hand-rolled bagels to omelets to potato latkes. See the menu. 

For your next visit or staycation in Nashville, The Fairlane Hotel should be on your list. 

For more details, visit The Fairlane Hotel’s official website.