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The 10 Best Hotel Gyms in Nashville

The 10 Best Hotel Gyms in Nashville

A visit to the Music City doesn’t mean you should be skipping workouts. Stay at one of these hotels for access to a superior gym.


There was a time when the hotel gym was the size of a closet and had just one broken, lonely treadmill. But that's changing.

Hotels are now racing to court fitness-minded travelers by building bigger and better gyms, and that's good news for us.

Some hotels have done better than others at providing a top notch fitness experience and we've picked ten of the best, most unique hotel gyms in Nashville, aka “Music City, U.S.A.”

Hutton Hotel

The state-of-the-art fitness center at Hutton Hotel is open 24/7 and offers guests access to equipment that you’re unlikely to find in most hotel gyms, including Peloton bikes, kettlebells, TRX training straps, and foam rollers. It’s also equipped with treadmills, ellipticals, yoga mats, free weights, fruit, water, and towels.

Omni Nashville Hotel

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The 5,500 square foot fitness center at the Omni Nashville is open 24/7 and has treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bikes, free weights, benches, a rower, and a leg press. If you prefer to work out in your room, in-room fitness kits are available through the concierge, and includes a floor mat, two hand weights, elastic bands, towels and water.

JW Marriott

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The fitness center at the JW Marriott is open 24/7 and offers guests the opportunity to work out while enjoying views of Nashville. The gym is equipped with free weights and cardio machines, including a StairMaster and rower.

Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt

The 2,000 square foot fitness center at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University is open 24/7 and includes cardio machines, weight machines, dumbbells, kettlebells, a yoga/stretching area, and views of Vanderbilt Stadium.

Noelle, Nashville, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel

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The fitness center at the Noelle Nashville is open 24/7 and the equipment offered includes a Peloton bike, treadmills, ellipticals, dumbbells, and TRX training straps.

Union Station Hotel Nashville

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The fitness center at the Union Station Hotel will remind you to not get too caught up in how you look with its “You Look Fine” writing on the wall - great advice that’s shared while guests enjoy 24/7 access to a full compliment of cardio machines, weight machines, and free weights.

Cambria Nashville Downtown Hotel

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It might be one of the smaller gyms on this list, but the fitness center at the Cambria Nashville Downtown Hotel is open 24/7 and offers a solid variety of equipment, including treadmills, ellipticals, slam balls, suspension trainers, battle ropes, dumbbells, kettlebells, and pull-up bars.

Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center

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The 3,500 square foot fitness center at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center features a wide array of cardio machines, dumbbells, barbells, benches, weight machines, and suspension trainers.

Holston House Nashville

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The fitness center at Holston House is open 24/7 and makes up for its smaller size by holding within it a great selection of equipment to use. You’ll find cardio machines, dumbbells, kettlebells, a rower, a Smith machine, and foam rollers.

DoubleTree Nashville Downtown Hotel

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The fitness center at the DoubleTree Nashville Downtown Hotel is located adjacent to the pool and is equipped with treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bikes, a cable machine, dumbbells, and benches. While this is one of the weaker gyms on our list, its location and convenience make it worth considering.

Cover photo by Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt.

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