The capital city of Tennessee, Nashville is home to legendary country music venues including; the Grand Ole Opry House, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the historic Ryman Auditorium. Here is our roundup of new hotels to experience on your next visit.
Soak up rooftop views of Nashville’s historic Music Row at Virgin Hotels Nashville
This reimagined boutique hotel opened its doors to the public in July 2020. Virgin Hotels Nashville is the brand’s fourth hotel to launch in the US. In the words of Sir Richard Branson, “Nashville’s time is now and we want to be part of that excitement”. Located at 1 Music Square, the hotel is conveniently positioned for guests to experience the star-studded cultural arts and music scene, culinary delights and southern charm of the city. Featuring 262 chic guest rooms each featuring two spaces, separated by a barn style sliding door. The Pool Club Rooftop & Bar is an oasis on the 14th floor for travellers to soak up the southern sun. The rooftop offers views across Nashville’s historic Music Row and lush landscapes, with comfortable cabanas to take advantage of light bites and cocktails.
Indulge in contemporary art and hand-crafted cocktails at The Joseph, A Luxury Collection Hotel
Brand new to ‘Music City’ The Joseph opened in August 2020, the hotel is defined by artistic diversity and Nashville’s endearing southern hospitality. The Pizzuti family have created a hotel experience that combines the highest quality craftsmanship, cuisine and art to showcase Nashville’s creative spirit. The hotel will highlight a Tennessee art programme and local artists’ work will be displayed in every bedroom. Contemporary pieces of work from the Pizzuti family’s private art collection will be hung in the hotel’s public spaces, providing the hotel with a truly authentic atmosphere. From the arrival experience in the porte-cochere, to the exquisitely crafted cocktails at the hotel bars, or the views of the stunning skyline from the fitness centre —every detail at The Joseph is carefully curated to embody Music City’s vibrancy, intriguing complexity and substantive moments.
Stay in the heart of Downtown Nashville at The Grand Hyatt Hotel
In autumn 2020, Music City will see the addition of the impressive four star Grand Hyatt Nashville, set to hit the streets of downtown. The contemporary accommodation features cosy den style guest rooms and one-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchens. Alongside contemporary bars, a rooftop lounge and luxe pool deck, the Grand Hyatt Nashville has also partnered with James Beard award winning chef Sean Brock, a Nashville icon, set to introduce a signature dining experience at the property.
Experience Nashville celebrity-style at the W Nashville
Set to take centre stage in February 2021, visitors to Music City can check-in and choose from 346 hotel rooms, 60 suites including two Extreme Wow Suites at the W Nashville. Guests can relax and look out over The Gulch from the expansive 9,700-foot WET Deck pool and bar lined with luxury cabanas. The hotel will house two restaurants by Chef Andrew Carmellini so guests will never be short of the finest cuisine in Nashville. In the evening, guests can swing by the Rooftop Bar for a stunning Southern sunset and end their night Nashville style by paying a visit to the Living Room for a classic cocktail or local brew at the hotel’s music venue for live entertainment.
Unwind at the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville
In 2022, Nashville will see a new addition to its skyline in 2022 with the opening of the five-star Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences. The hotel will be the first five-star property to open in Nashville in over a decade. The hotel and residential tower will redefine luxury urban living in the heart of Nashville and will boast floor-to-ceiling windows, providing panoramic views of Music City.