Sunday, March 18, 2012

Knoxville to Nashville Megabus route

Ever since Megabus announced the Knoxville to Nashville (and then to Memphis) route, I've been getting questions about Nashville hotels. The bus stop is at the Ramada Inn Stadium downtown. It seems to be a good place for stadium events and downtown attractions.

Everyone know that Music City has a lot to offer for families, business and couples. Some of my favorite spots are covered in this article. With so much to do, where do you begin looking for Nashville hotels? I've taken a few minutes to put hat information together for you.

New ones pop up, closures occur and names change. There is a list of Nashville hotels that is completely inclusive. Although it can be difficult to pin down, I hope that this list makes some of your research go faster.

Search this site to find almost any of the Nashville hotels that are in and around the city. The site says that prices can be as low as $59 and packages are available. Personally, I tend to give more weight to information from official tourism sites when I travel. This may or may not be a good idea but so far, the strategy has worked out well for me.

Trip Advisor, Travelocity and similar sites
Sites like these aggregate data to give you the low down on Nashville hotels. You can read reviews locate the best and research the deals on hotels or packages. It only takes a few clicks to deliver the information.

One of the best ways that I have found Nashville hotels is to call the attraction and ask what is available nearby. Generally, the staff is glad to tell you. In fact, theme parks and other attractions may have worked out special rates or packages that can help with trip planning. This technique doesn't only work for music city but  for almost any other destination around the globe.

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