Hotels near Jubilee Hall
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Built between 1873 and 1876 by architect Steven D. Hatch of New York, Jubilee Hall is a symbol of Nashville’s African American heritage and educational excellence. Situated on the campus of Fisk University, the six-story Victorian Gothic structure, which now serves as a residence for freshman students, was the university’s first permanent building, completed with funds raised by the Fisk Jubilee Singers in their first singing tour across Europe.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Jubilee Hall

Courtyard By Marriott Vanderbilt-West End
Courtyard By Marriott Vanderbilt-West End
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8.1
Excellent
1901 W End Ave, Nashville
from $139
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
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8.5
Excellent
2800 Opryland Drive, Nashville
from $144
Days Inn East
Days Inn East
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6.5
Good
3445 Percy Priest Dr, Nashville
from $59
Nashville Airport Hotel
Nashville Airport Hotel
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7.8
Good
2200 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville
from $129
Knights Inn Nashville Downtown
Knights Inn Nashville Downtown
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6.5
Good
99 Spring St, Nashville
from $58
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Spence Lane
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Spence Lane
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8.0
Excellent
714 Spence Lane, Nashville
from $97
Best Western Plus Music Row
Best Western Plus Music Row
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7.9
Good
1407 Division Street, Nashville
from $100
Quality Suites Nashville Airport
Quality Suites Nashville Airport
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9.0
Excellent
2615 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville
from $94
Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport - Music City
from $59
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Nashville-Opryland
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Nashville-Opryland
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8.6
Excellent
2461 Mcgavock Pike, Nashville
from $145
More About Hotels near Jubilee Hall...

Due to its striking architectural features and major role in the education of the South’s recently freed slaves, Jubilee Hall was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974.

Staying near Jubilee Hall

Located on the Fisk University’s 40-acre campus, in the Fisk/Meharry neighborhood, Jubilee Hall is conveniently close to downtown, Farmer's Market, Germantown, and Metro Center. Additionally, guests staying in the area will find themselves steps away from Nashville’s historic Jefferson Street district, famed for its music legacy, idiosyncratic shops and the annual Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival.

Nearby Accommodation Options

If you are planning to visit Fisk University’s Jubilee Hall and looking for accommodation in the area, you’ll have no problem finding one that covers everything you need.

For those with a moderate budget, 3-star hotels such as Aloft Nashville West End, Courtyard By Marriott Vanderbilt-West End and Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Vanderbilt are about one mile from the university and provide you with a wealth of amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, free parking and modern in-room technology.

Equally close to Jubilee Hall, Guesthouse Inn & Suites Vanderbilt* in the West End/Vanderbilt area and Comfort Inn Downtown on Music Row are excellent choices if you want to enjoy freebies like hot breakfast, Wi-Fi and on-site parking without breaking the bank.

Another good alternative, especially if you want to experience Nashville like a local, is 11 North By Stay Alfred*. Situated less than a mile from Jubilee Hall and very close to the vibrant Gulch neighborhood, this high-rise property offers accommodation in upscale apartments equipped with kitchens, separate seating areas and flat-screen TVs.   

Practical Visitor Information

Fisk University is right across the street from Nashville General Hospital, and its famous Jubilee Hall can be visited through campus tours that are scheduled twice daily Monday through Friday. In addition to the impressive architecture of Jubilee Hall, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the lovingly restored Appleton Room where lies a floor-to-ceiling portrait of the original Jubilee Singers created by royal painter Edward Havell.

 

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