April 2, 2019
Union Station Hotel is an iconic piece of Nashville’s history and skyline. Located in the heart of Nashville, TN on Broadway, Union Station Hotel: An Autograph Collection is a perfect place to host your beautiful wedding.
Originally the Union Station Hotel was a train station built in 1900. The once train station is now a signature piece of Nashville and serves as one of the premier hotels and event venues for weddings and events.
To maintain the history of the train station throughout the hotel during the renovation they preserved the heavy-stone Richardsonian-Romanesque design with marble floors, oak-accented doors and walls, and three Kentucky limestone fireplaces. The hotel is also known for the 65 foot, barrel-vaulted lobby ceiling which features gold-leaf medallions and the 100-year-old stained glass.
As one of Nashville’s premier boutique hotels the accommodations are spectacular. The hotel features 125 premium guest rooms, including 17 signature suites. Each room is unique with different architectural personality but maintains the beautiful modern comforts and luxurious amenities of an Autograph Collection Hotel.
The hotel boasts an upscale design with a warm, residential feel while featuring contemporary technology (LCD flat screen televisions, high-speed wireless internet, and personal workspaces). All of these features and amenities are perfect for your wedding and guests to enjoy.
Weddings at the Union Station Hotel are stunning. If the wedding takes place in the grand lobby, all of the furniture is removed. The ceremony can take place in front of one of the Kentucky marble fireplaces. It is really a beautiful and amazing space. The hotel also has meeting and banquet rooms to host seated dinners, receptions, cocktail hours, and more.
With 125 guest rooms, a beautiful lobby, stunning banquet rooms, a covered outdoor veranda, and an unbeatable location in the heart of Nashville, it is the perfect place to have your dream elegant Nashville wedding.
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