Nashville: A guide to short-term rentals

The Music City never quiets down. Kasa's short-term rental options in Nashville put you smack-dab in the middle of the action.

Kasa's short-term rentals in Nashville

Booking one of Kasa's short-term rentals in the heart of Nashville means never having to be far from the music, food and energy that make the city the unique treasure that it is.

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    Kasa The Gulch Nashville

    • City center
    • Washer/dryer
    • Full kitchen
    • Parking
    • Outdoor pool

    Grab your dancing shoes, there is music around every corner here! Experience everything Nashville has to offer amidst the most exciting neighborhood in town, the Gulch. Whether you want to stay in or have a quiet night at home, your Kasa is conveniently located nearby the best urban eateries, upscale boutiques, and entertainment venues in town. Our tech-enabled apartments offer self check-in at 4pm, 24/7 guest support by text, phone, or chat, and a Virtual Front Desk accessed via mobile device.

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Discover Nashville

After booking your short-term rental in Nashville, here's everything you need to know for your trip.

Nestled on the Cumberland River in central Tennessee, Nashville is the state’s capital and largest city, with a population of around 700,000. First founded in 1779 near an existing settlement along the river, it was named after American Revolutionary War general Francis Nash, and ultimately became incorporated as a city in 1806. The city grew in size, and during the Civil War's Battle of Nashville it became the first Confederate state capital to fall under Union control.

In 1925, during a period of new prosperity following the end of the Civil War, the Grand Ole Opry was established, solidifying Nashville as a hub for the emerging trend of blues and country music, and eventually earning its moniker of “Music City USA.” Today it has a thriving live music scene and is home to Vanderbilt University, as well as the historically Black colleges of Fisk University and Tennessee State University.