National Plan for Vacation Day is coming up on January 25. This annual holiday created by U.S. Travel Association is celebrated to encourage Americans to commit all their PTO for the year ahead and provide inspiration as they plan how to spend them.
If you’ve been craving culture, from concerts to museum exhibits to historic home tours, and more the below Sonesta destinations are perfect for your next vacation. Check in to these hotels and check out the arts and music scene each is immersed in.
Music lovers shouldn’t miss out on a visit to The Live Music Capital of the world! Our landmark hotel, located on Austin’s Congress Avenue, is just steps from The Paramount Theatre, a classical revival structure that is listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places and features movies and live entertainment. The hotel is also in close proximity to The Moody Theatre, a state-of-the-art live music, performance, and private event venue. Art lovers will also be pleased with the hotel’s location, a short walk from the Mexic-Arte Museum and The Contemporary Austin-Jones Center.
Atlanta is a destination for culture, and Sonesta Atlanta Northwest Galleria places you in the heart of the city’s cultural attractions. Catch a performance at the Atlanta Opera or the Atlanta Ballet or explore the nearby Dunwoody neighborhood, home to Spruill Center for the Arts, Art Institute of Atlanta, and the Dunwoody Arts Festival, in addition to having a great dining scene.
This artfully re:imagined hotel features art curated by Indiewalls, with pieces ranging from textile wall hangings to photography. You don’t even have to leave the hotel to enjoy world-class art originals! Royal Sonesta Chicago Downtown makes the perfect home base for exploring Chicago’s art and music scenes including the Chicago Theater, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Chicago Architecture Center Tours.
The heart of Music City is minutes away from our full service Nashville hotel. Here you’ll discover new live music favorites in the vibrant Broadway entertainment district and have the opportunity to visit iconic music destinations like the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. For visual arts, visit the nearby Frist Art Museum, which has one of the most impressive collections in the world. While at the hotel, be sure to spend time at The Nashville Tap House, known for its delectable cuisine and Bourbon Barrel Program.
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