There’s a reason Nashville makes the rounds for bridal parties, couples, and large groups—Music City is ready to entertain everyone.

But if you’re caught up searching for a rental with the right balance of space, location, and amenities, here are the top 6 urban Nashville Airbnbs we recommend for your downtown adventures.


A room with a TV

  • $387/night
  • Sleeps up to 12
  • 2,200 sq ft, 4 bedrooms (6 beds), 4 bathrooms

Designed especially with large groups in mind, The Quad is the perfect Nashville bachelorette Airbnb. We love how the ultra-homey, 2,200 sq ft of space is more than ample for living it up, lounging about, and cooking it out in the full chef’s kitchen.

With on-site service staff, an indoor cafe & bar, and an outdoor courtyard (complete with fire pits and games) this place will have every member of your bridal party ready for the night outs and morning afters.

Room Highlights

  • $900/night
  • 2,200 sq ft
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Full Living Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Full Kitchen
  • 2 Balconies

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Best for Groups: The Trio

A balcony

  • $600/night
  • Sleeps up to 6
  • 1,100 sq ft, 3 bedrooms (3 king beds), 2 bathrooms

If you’re visiting with loved ones or for a group Workation, The Trio is a dream Airbnb monthly rental in Nashville we hands-down recommend. Get all your work done before hanging out in the comfortable and stylishly furnished living rooms.

Feel like some sunshine? There’s a large patio area where you can grab an on-site coffee (or cocktail). With a 10-minute walk to Broadway when you’re looking to dine in or party, groups will love this Airbnb in Nashville Tennessee downtown.

Room Highlights

  • $600/night
  • 1.100 sq ft
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Full Living Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Full Kitchen

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Best for Families: The Duo

The Duo room

  • $400/night ($34/person per night with 4)
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 900 sq ft, 2 bedrooms (2 king beds), 1 bath

Traveling with family usually means space is non-negotiable. With 2 bedrooms and a balcony, this 900 sq ft Airbnb in downtown Nashville Tennessee lets the parents and children spread out a little.

Unique amenities like locally roasted coffee from Good Citizen, outdoor firepits, and an on-site craft bar and market make the stay even better. If you're looking for a complete Music City family vacation on a budget, we think this Airbnb house in Nashville Tennessee ticks all the boxes.

Room Highlights

  • $400/night
  • 900 sq ft
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Full Living Room
  • Bathroom Amenities
  • Full Kitchen

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Best for Couples: Pocket Bode

Pocket Bode

  • $200/night
  • Sleeps up to 2
  • 200 sq ft, 1 bedroom, 1 king bed

Cozy, modernly curated, with all the amenities you’ll need and more—the Pocket Bode is the perfect couple’s Airbnb in Music City Center Nashville. King-sized bed: check. Deep bathtub: check. TV for late-night lounging in bed: check.

A spacious courtyard with an on-site cafe and cocktail bar: check, check, and check. This is a place to relax in and feel comfortable. When it’s time for a romantic night out, this Airbnb is within walking distance from Broadway.

Room Highlights

  • $200/night
  • King Bed
  • Bathroom Amenities

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Best Penthouse Experience: The Titan Penthouse

The Penthouse

  • $900/weekday night; $2200/weekend night
  • Sleeps up to 12
  • 2 levels, 4 bedrooms (10 beds), 5.5 bathrooms

The Titan Penthouse may be the best Airbnb in Nashville if you have the budget to blow for those looking to go all-out. From a balcony lounge with a pool table to an outside deck with a hot tub, you'll get two whole floors of space for hanging out and relaxing.

And if all that (plus 4 ensuite bedrooms) still hasn’t got you excited: this Airbnb puts you in the heart of downtown Nashville Tennessee and near the best live music, restaurant, and bars. Not many things beat being in the heart of downtown Nashville.

Room Highlights

  • $900-2,200/night
  • 10 beds
  • 2 levels

Best Luxury Stay: Golden Ticket in the Gulch

Luxury living room

  • $1,300/weekday night; $2,200/weekend night
  • Sleeps up to 12
  • 3,231 sq ft, 4 bedrooms (8 beds), 6 bathrooms

If the high life must be had for a group special occasion, this place is a unique Nashville Airbnb that is made for celebrations. We love the shipping container pool, the master bedroom with a soaking tub, the whopping eight bedrooms, and the rooftop balcony.

Leaving no luxury spared, this Nashville Airbnb mansion is also within the upscale Gulch neighborhood. Perfect for after-parties in the Music City or an unforgettable family experience.

Room Highlights

  • $1,300-2,200/night
  • 8 beds
  • 3,231 sq ft

Nashville Bachelorette Party FAQ


  • Costs can vary for bachelorette parties based on how decked out you want to go. If you’re looking to experience fine dining, get front row seats to concerts, and go luxury shopping, your budget can easily creep into the thousands. That said, Nashville provides an affordable option for bachelorette parties with travel accommodations like Bode that are better suited for groups and offer savings over separate rooms in traditional hotels, as well as reduced costs on getting around, you can certainly plan a Nashville bachelorette weekend on a budget.


  • By and large, Nashville isn’t an expensive city for a bachelorette party, but that all depends on the weekend you want to have. If you’re having every meal out, shopping all day, and then hitting the town for drinks in the evening, the bills can stack up. If you can find accommodations with a kitchen, you can reduce costs by having a breakfast in or pregaming with a drink before heading out to Broadway, and save money for those special moments to splurge on the bride-to-be.


  • Yes! Crime has been decreasing in the city over the course of the last several decades. For locals and tourists alike, Nashville is considered a safe city.


  • Planning a bachelorette party can be overwhelming, and it’s hard to know where to start. We’d recommend considering your bride-to-be, what does the like to do? Is she more of an introvert or extrovert? Late nights or early mornings? There’s options for everyone in Nashville, whether it’s grabbing an early morning yoga class, or strapping on the heels for a rowdy night on Broadway. Check out our sample itinerary above to see what suits your crew the best.


  • One of the best parts about Nashville is that it’s a great city to be in year-round. That said, you’ll want to consider seasonality when it comes to your bachelorette party. Nashville can get quite warm in the summer and if you’re going to be out-and-about, you’ll want to make sure you have sunscreen, sunglasses, and clothes for warm weather. Alternatively, the falls and winters can get chillier, so pack layers and consider making plans that are more indoors.