There’s nothing to up the elegance factor of a getaway like staying in a National Historic Landmark.
We spent last weekend in Nashville at the gorgeous Union Station Hotel, a former 1900 railway station turned into 125-room hotel (no two rooms alike), part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. The 65-foot-high lobby still has the original Tiffany-style stained glass ceiling. We could easily walk to tour the Ryman and visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and all the honkytonks on Broadway.
My one regret? We didn’t sample the gourmet Jell-O shots in the lounge before our excellent dinner at Prime 108.