The all-new Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville, anticipated to open this September, is now accepting reservations. Ideally situated just one block from the entertainment hub of Broadway in Nashville’s celebrated SoBro district, Four Seasons will enter a city that is enjoying exponential growth and has broadened its appeal on the international stage.
“With every new location, Four Seasons takes inspiration from the local community and culture, celebrating what makes it special today, and proudly contributing to its future,” notes Antoine Chahwan, Four Seasons President, Hotel Operations – Americas East. “Nashville’s creative spirit makes it one of the country’s most exciting destinations, and it will soon be home to a truly exceptional Four Seasons experience.”
A striking addition to the city skyline, the 40-storey glass tower designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz architects is an understatement in luxurious style. Sunlight streams in from all sides, with panoramic city and river views in every direction. Light-filled interiors crafted by Marzipan and HOK pay homage to Tennessee’s iron industry heritage, while making thoroughly modern use of steel, copper, bronze and the state’s native black walnut.
An art collection featuring local and international artists speaks to the city’s reputation for attracting creativity, including more than 700 reproductions by Berlin-based multi-disciplined contemporary artist Gregor Hildebrandt.
Four Seasons Hotel Nashville will join the city’s vibrant culinary scene with an exciting new dining concept; introduce a resort-style experience for guests with a sun-soaked rooftop pool deck; unveil a beautiful new spa; and host memorable weddings, galas and more in its light-filled event spaces. Guest accommodations, including 193 rooms and 42 suites, are between the 7th and 14th floors, and the Hotel is also home to 144 fully serviced Four Seasons Private Residences on its uppermost floors.
“Opening up for reservations brings us one step closer to our opening day, and we simply can’t wait,” says Richard Poskanzer, General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Nashville. “The city’s authentic Southern hospitality and our own commitment to treating our guests with genuine warmth and care are a perfect match. From the beginning, we’ve been welcomed with open arms, and with a large proportion of our staff being recruited locally, we feel a part of this incredible community even before opening our doors.”