FAQ: Nashville Airbnbs
Where is Nashville?
Nashville is located in Tennessee, sandwiched between the Midwest and Southern states. It’s truly a place of its own, but you’ll get a sense of both Midwestern hospitality and slow-paced, Southern comfort and charm.
What area is the best to stay in Nashville?
Nashville is special for its eclectic mix of neighborhoods. At the center, you’ll find Downtown, which is the heart of the city. Other notable and popular neighborhoods include Broadway, The Gulch, East Nashville, Germantown, Pie Town/Blueberry Hill, Music Row, and 12South. Nashville is relatively small, so it’s easy to drive (and sometimes walk) from one neighborhood to another.
How do I book an Airbnb in Nashville?
Go to Airbnb and enter your preferred location (in this case, Nashville) along with travel dates and the number of guests. You can also narrow your search further by price, neighborhood, the number of bedrooms, and certain amenities.
For a full breakdown on how to book on Airbnb, click here.
Are there travel restrictions in Nashville?
As of May 2021, Nashville is no longer operating under capacity restrictions or curfews. Restaurants, museums, venues, and bars are all open at full capacity. Masks are welcomed and encouraged for everyone, but some businesses have lifted mask requirements for unvaccinated people based on CDC recommendations and President Biden’s remarks.
Given the re-opening, many streets — particularly on and around the main strip of Broadway downtown — and businesses are back to their pre-Covid crowdedness. If you’re not vaccinated or feeling wary about large crowds, we recommend booking a more remote getaway instead.
Is it safe to visit Nashville?
If you’re comfortable with the lack of travel restrictions, booking an Airbnb instead of a hotel is safe because it helps minimize your interactions with others. This form of lodging allows for contactless check-in and checkout, and Airbnb requires all hosts to abide by Enhanced Clean procedures, which outline mandatory sanitization protocols.
What is there to do in Nashville?
Nashville is known as Music City, so get ready to enjoy all things music. From live music at honky-tonks to shows at the Grand Ole Opry, and museums that pay homage to the city’s greats (like Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline), there’s no shortage of music.
Nashville is also known for its amazing eateries, so pencil in a few spots for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and make sure to at least get a biscuit, BBQ, or fried chicken. We’ve included specific recommendations throughout this list by neighborhood.
What should I look for in an Airbnb?
We recommend outlining your preferences and searching within that criterion. For example, you may want to stay in a certain neighborhood, require a specific number of beds, or want to meet a budget.
From there, ensure the location has the amenities you desire, such as Wi-Fi, A/C, a backyard, kitchen, or pool. You’ll also want to check the host’s rating and read through recent reviews. Anything above 4.7 is typically excellent.
What is Airbnb’s cancellation policy?
Cancellation policies on Airbnb differ from home to home and are set by each individual host. For a full breakdown of Airbnb’s cancellation policies, click here.
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