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The Hermitage Hotel keeps fees to a minimum, so you won’t find any surprises on your bill at check-out. Beyond taxes, the only extra fees regularly added to room charges include the $2.50 Music City Center fee, which goes toward the cost of constructing Nashville’s new convention center, and a $2 per night opt-out donation that goes to the hotel’s charitable organization partner, the Land Trust for Tennessee.
Donations collected through this effort have totaled over $150,000 since 2008 and have preserved more than 1500 acres of Tennessee land. One parcel purchased thanks to donations from this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is the Farm at Glen Leven, a historic farm at which executive chef Tyler Brown has constructed an organic farm that produces vegetables and herbs used at The Hermitage’s Four-Star restaurant The Capitol Grille. Be sure to stop in at this clubby, classic restaurant and sample the fruits of this effort in Brown’s updated Southern cooking. If you drive to The Hermitage or the restaurant, you’ll pay $26 per night for parking. If you bring your pet (which you’re very welcome to do; The Hermitage is particularly pet-friendly), the fee is $50 per night.