The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville is now open to guests.
Here’s what you need to know!
Four Seasons Hotel Nashville Opens
Four Seasons is one of the world’s most luxurious and exclusive chains, with more than 124 properties across 47 countries and on every continent except Antarctica in its portfolio.
The newly-opened 40-story Four Seasons Nashville features 193 rooms and 42 suites between the seventh and 14th floors, as well as 144 fully serviced Four Seasons Private Residences on its top floors. The new location is in the downtown SoBro (South of Broadway) neighborhood just a 15-minute drive from Nashville International Airport (BNA).
“Nashville has always been a place where people come together, whether in the storied venues that have shaped American music, the local havens that continue to further its food culture, or the stadiums and arenas where we cheer on our favorite sports teams,” General Manager Richard Poskanzer said in a statement.
“Our aim at Four Seasons is to showcase the very best of the city – from the famous to the many wonderful people and places you might not have heard of yet, but you will.”
The new Four Seasons Hotel Nashville features a sun-soaked rooftop pool deck, a spa, and dining options.
For music lovers — Nashville is known as Music City, after all — the hotel is in a prime location, just steps from the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum and the Nashville Symphony.
Four Seasons hotels are notoriously expensive, and the new property in Nashville is no exception. You can book a room for $500+ per night in early December for the least expensive room, a 404 to 410 square-foot Superior room with pool or river views.
If you want to splurge, the 990 square-foot Premier One-Bedroom Suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic views of the Cumberland River and Nissan Stadium, and a walk-in shower for a whopping $3,700 per night.
Hot Tip: Check out how to make a Four Seasons Preferred Partner booking to enjoy additional perks and amenities on your next stay!
Nashville is a famous city for sports, music, tourism, and so much more, so it’s not surprising that the Four Seasons would plant its flag in the heart of downtown.
If you’re interested in visiting Music City, a stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Nashville should undoubtedly be at the top of your list!
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