Hyatt Place Murfreesboro offers an ideal home base that puts you close to well-known day trips like Stones River National Battlefield, Oaklands Mansion, grassy park-filled neighborhoods of Murfreesboro, and much more. You’re minutes from popular dining, trendy retail, and downtown Murfreesboro activities, all outside your doorstep when you stay at our hotel.
Enjoy upscale steaks and seafood at this modern restaurant, boasting incredible premium steaks, chops, and fresh seafood. The Chop House has been serving Murfreesboro locals and visitors lunch and dinner since 1992.
This award-winning restaurant chain serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner at their popular Tennessee flagship diner. Staying true to their humble roots, they offer signature dishes like Charleston Shrimp and Grits, and Fried Chicken & Waffles.
Tuck into a split bone ribeye, 50-day dry-aged strip steak, or a tasty rack of lamb at this posh, very renowned restaurant. Come for the exceptional food, but do enjoy their patio overlooking the park at Fountains Gateway.
A one-stop shopping nirvana that’s conveniently located adjacent to our hotel. This retail hub is premium outdoor shopping at its best and includes a variety of buzzed-about restaurants, including Bar Louie and BJ’s brew house.
The university is five miles from the hotel and makes a nice day trip. Stroll the leafy, well-manicured grounds, grab an espresso and people watch outside a local coffeehouse, or shop for souvenirs. Be sure to stop by the campus horseshoe for good luck.
Follow key milestones from the Battle of Stones River, a crucial campaign during the American Civil War. The site is considered one of the largest and most relevant battles. Learn about the conflict, the people, and how the clash shaped the Union, Murfreesboro, and the state of Tennessee.
One of the top public golf courses in the state surround by charming antebellum landscapes, the Old Fort Golf Club course is located along the banks of the Stones River. This verdant course is only three miles from the hotel and is owned by the City of Murfreesboro.