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With Nashville’s constant change and growth, there isn’t a bad time to visit Union Station Hotel. In the fall, travel down the pristine Natchez Trace to enjoy the changing leaves, crisp sunshiny weather and the city’s outdoor adventures. In the spring and summer, Union Station Hotel is just minutes from Nashville’s farmers markets, riverfront park and Centennial Park, where free live music is always on hand. In the winter, snow is rarely a challenge in Nashville, but the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel's original fireplaces are ready to warm hands and feet, and The Lounge is always ready with a glass of something to liven the spirit, even on the coldest days.