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Coming Soon to Music City: Conrad Nashville

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We’re excited to share that Conrad Nashville, Music City’s newest hotel is opening its doors in Spring 2022. Located downtown in the new Broadwest development steps away from the city’s best restaurants, shopping, entertainment, music and sports venues, Conrad Nashville will be the place to gather, whether that be a weekend getaway, celebratory dinner, casual happy hour or business meeting.

The 13-story hotel will boast the largest suites in town, featuring design by Champalimaud Design inspired by the poetry of music and carefully handpicked one-of-a-kind artworks that pay homage to the city. Each of the 234 guest rooms are beautifully subtle with crisp white walls, full height wardrobes and stone flooring that extends seamlessly into the bathroom. Additionally, guests will enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows, balcony views of the city and in-room soak tubs for utmost relaxation.

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Upon entry, guests will be greeted with a lobby bar that will focus on classic libations and offer afternoon tea service. The adjacent mainstay restaurant will be helmed by a celebrity chef and feature locally sourced modern American fare inspired by the sea served within a moody, intimate space and open-air kitchen. The grand staircase, the centerpiece of the lobby, leads guests to over 11,000 square feet of design-forward event space on the second floor, as oversized custom chandeliers dance between the two floors creating balance along the curved window wall.

The third floor is home to the fitness area where more full height windows allow for natural light to illuminate both sides of the center, with a connecting outdoor space to enjoy open air training or yoga. The neighboring terrace and lounge area are complete with a pool that creates a sense of serenity, surrounded by wooden crafted loungers and cabanas. A terrace and lounge area hugs the pool and will serve as a destination on-site for activations such as live entertainment, pop-ups and more.

Courtesy of Conrad Nashville


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