The Four Seasons officially opened its doors in Music City on Nov. 1, elevating further Nashville’s status as an iconic destination for tourists; but there's also lots to offer for Nashville residents looking to experience life to the fullest. Beyond the 5-star resort, it also brings unmatched private residences and a duo of new dining options, a pool and a luxurious spa and fitness center -- certainly upping the game for the SoBro neighborhood. But the goal of the new Four Seasons is to become a worldwide destination, one great guest experience at a time.
Located at 100 Demonbreun St., bordering the Cumberland River, the Four Seasons hotel makes up the lower 14 floors, with private residences filling the remaining floors of the glass tower. Upon entering the revolving glass doors, visitors spot the new southern Italian restaurant, Mimo, and its lobby bar. One surprise? Live music, though it should be no surprise in downtown Nashville. The main restaurant and bar (named after the state bird of Tennessee, the mockingbird) Mimo, is helmed by chef Aniello “Nello” Turco offering Southern Italian fare with flavors and ingredients from the American South. Nello previously cooked at the former one-Michelin-starred Apsleys in London and two-Michelin-starred Noma in Copenhagen. The chef also spent five years at Mio in Beijing, which earned a Michelin star under his leadership. In the spring of 2023 visitors can look forward to also visiting the seventh-floor, resort-style pool oasis and its neighboring restaurant, inspired by the French Riviera.
The property offers 235 hotel guest rooms and suites, offering either city or river views. Rates at the Four Seasons Nashville start at $500 per night, with options ranging from rooms like the 402-square-foot river-view room and the 449-square-foot premier corner room to suites like the 670-square-foot executive pool-view suite, a 900-square-foot premier one-bedroom suite, and the top offering: a 2,238-square-foot presidential suite. The rooms have a warm midcentury feel, with neutral palettes flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows.
The rooms have fun, understated nods to the South and Nashville's rich music history. The room service menu cover says "Mind your biscuits and life will be gravy" and eye-catching tables take design inspiration from turntables, while the woodgrain on the guestroom doors is inspired by the guitar.
Continuing its focus on integrating fully with Music City, the Four Seasons joined forces with Songwriter City to offer Suite Sounds -- a package for suite stays providing a private acoustic concert from a Nashville-based songwriter alongside pre-show snacks and drinks from the hotel bar.