Condé Nast Traveler

April 25, 2017 | “What to Do in Germantown, Nashville’s Hottest Neighborhood”
Now out-of-towners can bed down here too at the newly opened Germantown Inn, a former residence dating back to 1865. Each of the six suites is named after a U.S. president with a Tennessee connection (get the spacious Monroe room upstairs), but you’ll want to drink your freshly brewed Steadfast coffee on the hotel’s roof-deck, which will make many a New Yorker wonder why the hell they still live where they do. You could build a whole itin around the culty restaurants that are within walking distance…And when you’re ready to hit a honky-tonk (we say go around four-ish to avoid the bachelorette parties), Robert’s Western World is less than a ten-minute ride away.

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April 15, 2017 | “Hotels and Resorts for Romance of All Kinds”
Whichever half of a couple books the new Germantown Inn in Nashville’s hip, bungalow-lined neighborhood gets bragging rights for style and location. Each of the six bedrooms in the 1865 home is named after a president, whose collaged portrait within encapsulates the history-with-a-wink décor. Broadway’s honky-tonks and the state capital are a walk away, but the acclaimed restaurants of historic Germantown are even closer. Downy beds and local Steadfast Coffee and pastries served in the courtyard encourage lazy mornings.

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Wall Street Journal

November 30, 2016 | “Where to Go in Nashville’s Newest Destination Neighborhood”
There’s a lot of noise being made in Nashville, and it’s not all coming from the Ryman Auditorium, the storied performance venue in downtown Music City that celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2017. The cool commotion is coming from the district just north known as Germantown—named for the influx of European immigrants in the mid-19th century. Considering its history as Nashville’s first suburb, the 18-square-block neighborhood feels refreshingly current… For true Southern hospitality, check into one of the six rooms at the Germantown Inn, the neighborhood’s first hotel, which opens this month.

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