The 404 packs a lot of style into a tiny space right in the middle of the Nashville fun.
It is that time again…looking around for another college for another child. I love it when they are interested in a college in a fun location with great sights to see and delicious food to eat. Our last trip was to Nashville where I had not been in years. What a fantastic place. I could move there. Researching for the trip, I knew just where I wanted to stay. The 404. Staying there felt like living there. The hotel only has 5 rooms so it is quite small and intimate. I saw the manager once, a housekeeper twice, and never did we see or hear another guest.
The 404 is located in a neighborhood known as The Gulch. It is small but packed with fun restaurants and stylish shops.
The unassuming facade of the 404 Hotel.
This is the whole hotel right here. All of the bedrooms are off of this glowing pink corridor. The lounge is on the left and the bar on the right. By bar I mean the counter. Straight ahead is the door to the tiny parking lot. This photograph is taken in front of the door that leads to the restaurant.
The lounge with a bowl of apples and some choice magazines.
The bar is stocked for coffee or cocktails. When you arrive back in the afternoon bowls of M&M’s and nuts await. For the healthy eater there are apples. In the mornings, the yummiest blueberry coffee cake sits under a glass dome. There is also a plate of croissants and muffins. Go for the coffee cake.
Our lovely room. Room 2.
The comfy bed.
The bathroom was a great mix of industrial and traditional elements.
Malin + Goetz products for the bath and more interesting towels than the usual hotel selection.
The generous supply of cotton balls and Q-tips felt like home.
Who can resist a spiral staircase? Climbing it led…
to this fun lounge. We never used it as we were too busy, but it was fun to have a second story loft.
Looking down from the loft to our bedroom.
Casa V can turn your home into a comfortable stylish place that you never want to leave.