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Directions & Transportation to Cambria Nashville Downtown

We can’t wait to welcome you to Music City! And since Cambria Nashville Downtown is nestled right in the heart of the action, you don’t have to look far for the iconic bars, honky tonks, and fine dining that makes Nashville famous.

But first, you’ve got to get here! Our hotel is a quick a fifteen-minute ride from Nashville International Airport and just off I-24, I-65, and I-40. Take a look at our Nashville insider’s transportation guide to not only discover the best ways to get to our front door but also to find tips on how to travel around the city like a local during your visit!


Driving Directions to Cambria Nashville Downtown

It seems like all roads lead to Nashville, so whether you’re coming from I-24W, I-65N, or I-40E, you’ll find us only a couple miles off the interstates and conveniently located right in the middle of downtown. Our brand-new hotel is located in South Broadway where a three-minute walk puts you in front of the Bridgestone Arena (Go Predators!) and a five-minute walk places you squarely on Broadway, where you’ll find the neon lights of world-famous bars and honky tonks.

Getting Here from BNA Airport

By Car

If you’re coming to the hotel from Nashville International Airport (BNA), take I-40W, and we’ll see you in only 15 minutes! When you pull up, feel free to use our valet parking with convenient in-and-out privileges.

Parking Fee: $39.00 plus tax per Night

By Taxi

Hail a taxi from the airport, and a nine-mile drive will get you to your new Nashville home away from home.

Cost: $25.00 Flat Rate with a $1.00 Fee for Each Additional Passenger

By Uber or Lyft

Fun fact: Nashville International Airport was the first airport in the United States to allow ride-sharing services to operate on airport property. That’s why calling an Uber or Lyft is the easiest way to get to our hotel. After you get your bags, open the app, order an Uber or Lyft, head down to Level 1 (below Baggage Claim), and wait near the ridesharing signs.

Cost for Uber: $16.00 to $20.00 for UberX
Cost for Lyft: $20.00 for Lyft, $35.00 for Premier

By Public Transit (Metro Transit Authority)

Save your money for drinks on a rooftop deck by traveling in the most cost-effective way: the Metro Transit Authority (MTA). The Route 18 line runs hourly, seven days a week, and will bring you one block from our hotel.

In the airport, the MTA bus stop is located on Level 1 within the Ground Transportation area. As you leave the facility’s door, make a right and continue straight until you see the blue-and-white bus stop sign and the Nashville MTA sign. Once there, the Route 18 Airport/Downtown schedule is clearly posted.

You’ll take the Downtown via Elm Hill bus and after a half-hour ride, you’ll get off at the Demonbreun St & 7th Ave WB stop. Cambria Downtown Nashville is only a three-minute walk from there (0.1 mi).

Cost: $1.70


Getting Around Downtown Nashville

Try B-Cycle

Once you get to Cambria Nashville Downtown, walking around the city is easy as we’re a short walk from most attractions. But maybe peddling around town on a bright red bicycle is more your style, and B-Cycle has you covered. One of the 36 B-Stations is located only 0.2 miles from our hotel. Grab a bike and discover the city one push of a brightly colored pedal at a time!

Cost: $5.00 for 24 Hours; $10.00 for Seven Days

Learn More About B-Cycle

Take the Music City Hop

Combine a tour of Nashville’s most famous spots with the convenience of a trolley or double-decker bus and you get the Music City Hop. The entertainingly narrated tour stops at 16 attractions as it makes its way around the city. And the best part? You can hop on and off any time you wish! It’s the perfect way to not only learn more about Music City but also actually get out there and discover your favorite spots!

The Music City Hop tour features some of the city's most iconic attractions, including the Ryman Auditorium, the Johnny Cash Museum, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Bicentennial Park, Music B, Hattie B's Hot Chicken, the Gulch, the Parthenon, and more.

Cost: $39.00 for a Two-Day Pass (Order Online to Save $5.00)

Learn More About the Music City Hop

Ride the Music City Circuit

Nashville’s newest way to discover the city is the clean diesel hybrid fittingly called the Music City Circuit. Not only is it green, it’s absolutely free to visitors and locals alike!

With a stop less than a mile from Cambria Nashville Downtown, you can hop on and be on your way to an array of attractions. Take the Green Circuit to see downtown destinations including Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC), Nashville Farmers Market, Country Music Hall of Fame, First Tennessee Park, Historic Second Avenue, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Bicentennial Mall, Gulch bars and restaurants, and other downtown attractions and landmarks.

The Blue Circuit goes north down historic Jefferson Street, passing Fisk University, Meharry Medical College, and on to the Tennessee State University campus.

Cost: FREE!

Get in Touch

If you have any questions about getting to the hotel or want to know more about navigating Nashville, feel free to drop us a line or call us at (615) 515-5800! We can't wait to show you around!

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Cambria Nashville Downtown
118 8th Ave S,
Nashville, TN 37203


(615) 515-5800

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