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The planned activities at The Hermitage Hotel mostly revolve around food and drink — which makes sense, since this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel knows its way around a menu. There’s cider, fresh-squeezed lemonade and cookies in The Hermitage lobby in the afternoons, as well as a lively happy hour in the Oak Bar from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. that’s popular with hotel guests and locals. Of course, since The Hermitage Hotel is in downtown Nashville and just steps from some of the city’s best cultural venues, you don’t need many onsite activities to keep you entertained.
The concierge of this luxury Nashville hotel will be happy to help you book tickets to a concert or show — you are in the Music City, after all — or make reservations at a hotspot restaurant. If you just want to dip your toe into all Nashville has to offer, walk over to Second Avenue or Broadway; both streets are historic entertainment districts downtown, where you can catch live music 24/7. You can also make the one-block trek to Fifth Avenue of the Arts, where you can explore Nashville’s increasingly vibrant art scene at a cluster of galleries.