What are the guest rooms like at The Hermitage Hotel?

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When you walk into your guest room at The Hermitage Hotel, Tennessee’s only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, you will feel right at home — literally. You’ll immediately be greeted by pleasant elemental music and tons of natural lighting that make the room feel warm and lived-in. Incredibly spacious (the average guest room is 500 to 650 square feet), your room will be tastefully decorated with warm wood furniture and textured fabrics on the beds, desk chairs, couches and armchairs. Make sure you leave plenty of time to get a good night’s sleep, because you just may never want to leave your custom-made pillow-top bed — it’s fitted with luxurious 600-thread count Italian linens from Frette. Picky about your head rest? The Hermitage guests are welcome to choose from a pillow menu that includes buckwheat, memory foam, latex and down options.
Any traveling fashionista will be pleased with the large closet that’s in every room and holds a plush microfiber robe and even a large umbrella. Complimentary Wi-Fi keeps you in touch with the world when you’re on the go, and your huge marble bathroom with a deep-soaking tub can help you tune out that world when you want to lighten your load. Like a room with a view? Ask for a guest room at the luxury Nashville hotel that overlooks Tennessee’s nearby Greek-inspired State Capitol Building. The other rooms offer Nashville city views, so you really can’t go wrong.

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