From the early 1930s into the 60s and 70s, downtown Nashville was the place to be for shopping, accommodations and entertainment. With curious attractions like Harvey’s Department Store, the veritable who’s who of patrons to the historic Maxwell House Hotel, and the always-hopping Printer’s Alley nightlife, downtown played host to many unique and authentic Nashville experiences.
Located in downtown Nashville, the National Museum of African American Music is scheduled to open on Labor Day in 2020. The museum will encompass a 56,000-square-foot facility and will highlight how African Americans have contributed to all genres of American music.
Every summer, thousands of country music fans from all over the world move in to Nashville for four days to experience CMA Music Festival. Stay at Noelle during CMA Music Festival and enjoy stylish accommodations just steps from all the action.
CMA Music Festival 2020 will take place from June 4-7. Although we are still awaiting the lineup, you can be sure that all of the big names in country music will be there!
Imaginative yet focused, Stateside Kitchen showcases seasonal cuisine in an intelligent setting. Helmed by Executive Chef Michael Kopfman and his collective of Hillstone Restaurant Group alumni, the brasserie-style restaurant focuses on fresh flavors and locally sourced ingredients to comprise a menu for all palettes.
Paying homage to the building’s past life as the Gray & Dudley Hardware Company, the re-imagined restaurant and lounge space embraces and celebrates high and low, new and old. Adjacent museum galleries exhibiting contemporary art foster exploration over cocktails or following a meal filled with heartfelt hospitality.
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