W Hotels to Make Nashville Debut

by Jessica Montevago
W Hotels to Make Nashville Debut

The luxury brand will expand its footprint with the launch of the W Nashville in 2020.


W Hotels will make its debut in the Music City in 2020 with the opening of the W Nashville.

Located in the Gulch district of the city, between Nashville’s Music Row and Downtown, the W Nashville will feature 346 guestrooms including 50 suites and two presidential suites, one of which will be a 1,668-square-foot penthouse.

Two dining concepts led by renowned Chef Andrew Carmellini of NoHo Hospitality Group include 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 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. Rounding out the amenities will be a state-of-the-art FIT gym with a yoga lawn; a 9,700 square-foot WET Deck (pool) complete with luxe cabanas, grill and a poolside bar.

The W brand is on track to reach 75 properties globally by 2020, according to parent company Marriott International, which also includes the soon-to-open W Aspen and W Philadelphia.

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