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Music City's New Era Of Luxury

Conrad Nashville Hotel Offers Stylish Design And Unique Amenities That Surpass Expectations

Article by Julie Brown Patton

Photography by Provided From Conrad Nashville

Originally published in Brentwood Lifestyle

Located in the heart of Midtown, just steps from Music Row, the new, 234-key Conrad Nashville hotel includes 24 elegant suites, five wellness rooms, an expansive fitness center, three curated dining experiences, a chic poolside retreat and 17,000 square feet of stylish meeting and event space.

“With an emphasis on bold design and intuitive service, Conrad Nashville gracefully blends urban sophistication with refined elegance to create a luxury retreat within the bustle of the city,” says Martin Wormull, Conrad Nashville's general manager. “We're thrilled our guests will discover this unparalleled hospitality experience.”

Visitors already have noticed the hotel intentionally captures the spirit of Music City through design, culinary and artistic offerings. Conrad Nashville also anchors the destination’s newest mixed-use development, Broadwest.

Interior design of Conrad Nashville was handled by the award-winning firm Champalimaud Design. That design fuses Tennessee inspirations with modern touches of bold and contemporary scale and flow of classical architecture while exploring the theme of music. A double-height lobby greets guests, one anchored by a jaw-dropping spiral staircase complete with a satin-finished brass balustrade inspired by musical instruments. Throughout the hotel, local artwork is prominent.

Spacious guest rooms and suites encompass 450 square feet up to the Grand Suite at 3,000 square feet, which includes three bedrooms, a generous lounge, a freestanding soaking tub, a dining table for 10, a movie room and butler’s pantry. Guests can unwind in soft Italian linens by Frette, marble bathrooms with double vanities, private water closets, rain showers, amenities by Swedish brand Byredo, and a minimum 55-inch HDTV with state-of-the-art in-room controls. All suites at Conrad Nashville offer balconies, full-size dressing rooms and soaking tubs.

Wellness Rooms are designed for fitness-conscious travelers, with each including a Peloton bike, Echelon Reflect Fitness Mirror, free weights, yoga mat and a minibar offering healthy alternatives. The rooms also provide an AtmosAir purification environment and an elevated aromatherapy bathroom experience by ZENTS.

The hotel’s main restaurant, Blue Aster, is named for the Tennessee wildflower. Seasonal menus at Blue Aster focus on a farm-to-table approach, sourcing local ingredients, along with a selection of fresh seafood and a variety of local ranch steaks. Blue Aster serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and a signature weekend brunch, with highlights such as Hot Stone Ahi Tuna, King Crab Chitarra Pasta and Mac & Cheese Waffles. The Lounge at Blue Aster provides a polished, contemporary space to enjoy fine champagnes, iconic Southern cocktails and exceptional wines from its 2,500-bottle curated wine room. The Lounge also features an afternoon tea service with international teas, quintessential tea sandwiches, scones and delicate pastries.

On the third floor, at Thistle & Rye, guests can enjoy live music, an indoor-outdoor bar, a large patio and windows overlooking downtown Nashville. The menu features globally inspired small plates, such as Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewers, Pork Belly Bao Buns and Pomegranate Glazed Lamb Kofta, as well as classics including Nashville’s Famous Hot Chicken Sliders and Fresh Lobster Rolls. The Pool Deck at Conrad Nashville draws from the Thistle & Rye menu, alongside house-made gelato and gourmet ice pops.

Conrad Nashville also is being chosen for weddings, meetings and events. The Conrad Ballroom, at 6,370 square feet, and its adjacent 4,000-square-foot outdoor terrace, are the standout venues within the eight event spaces. Events can be supported by on-site catering and dedicated event planners.   

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