Owned by Twelfth Avenue Realty Holdings, the new-build hotel is the latest North American development in the brand’s packed line-up of new hotels across the United States and beyond, including the soon to open W Aspen and W Philadelphia.
Known for pushing the boundaries of modern design, W Hotels and leading architecture and design firm, Rockwell Group, will infuse the rich culture and musical legacy of Nashville into every aspect of the property.
“Live music, a buzzing culinary and cocktail scene, young artists; there couldn’t be a more perfect city than Nashville for a W Hotel,” says Anthony Ingham, Global Brand Leader, W Hotels Worldwide.
“W has always been inextricably linked with music. From our star-studded live performances in W Living Rooms to our Billboardpartnership uncovering emerging talent, from W Sound Suites (in-hotel recording studios) across the globe to our groundbreaking new music festival series ‘WAKE UP CALL’ – W Hotels has earned an authentic and long-held place within the music industry.
“W Nashville can only enhance this musical legacy and will thrive off the creative energy of this dynamic city, bringing a bold new perspective to the hotel and social scene.”
Located in The Gulch, a newly revitalised, LEED-certified, upscale live-work-play neighborhood in Nashville that has become a go-to destination for music lovers, shoppers and business travelers alike, W Nashville will take on the spirit of the city through creative and innovative design.
The Living Room (the brand’s take on the hotel lobby) will reinterpret elements of Nashville’s renowned civic amphitheaters and legendary recording studios. The expansive gathering space, complete with full bar and DJ booth, will provide both intimate and open settings, while local artwork will be showcased around every corner.
In terms of its F&B offering, W Nashville will boast two dining concepts from renowned Chef Andrew Carmellini of NoHo Hospitality Group, bringing The Dutch Nashville as well as an evening-only prime Italian chophouse, which will serve up classic steakhouse dishes with a twist next to a glass-walled kitchen.
The new hotel will tempt guests with a history-meets-modern rooftop bar, where sweeping views of the Nashville skyline will be complemented by wood paneling, a central fireplace, and sliding garage doors along the perimeter.