1 Hotels this week celebrated the opening of 1 Hotel Nashville, the brand’s first property in Nashville and its eighth hotel overall.
The property adds 215 rooms, including 37 suites, to the city’s downtown core, located directly across from the Music City Center and within walking distance of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Rooms range from the 372-square-foot Cityscape King to the 1,029-square-foot Panoramic One-Bedroom Suite and the 2,000-square-foot Terrace House Suite, which offers a private terrace with a large dining table and stunning views on the city skyline.
1 Hotels, which bills itself as a luxury hotel brand with a focus on sustainability, will bring its signature touches to the new Nashville hotel, with wooden room keys, in-room chalkboards to reduce the paper usage, closet hangers made from 100% recycled paper, and more.
For food and drink, the hotel offers three different dining concepts.
The first is 1 Kitchen Nashville on the ground floor, a casual farm-to-table restaurant with a menu of cold-pressed juices, smoothies and more. The second is Harriet’s Rooftop Bar, which offers a menu of feel-good cocktails made with fresh juices blended on-site with views of the city skyline. The latest is Neighbours, a casual cafe that serves picnic food highlighted by regional produce and local ingredients.
1 Hotels launched in 2015 with the openings of its hotels in Miami and Manhattan. The company has since added hotels in Brooklyn (February 2017), West Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard in June 2019, Sanya (China) in 2020, Toronto in 2021 and most recently San Francisco.
“With the opening of 1 Hotel Nashville, we are celebrating our brand’s entry into this vibrant and culturally rich region,” said Barry Sternlicht, Founder, President and CEO of 1 Hotels.
“We are thrilled to bring a tangible demonstration of our mission, vision and purpose – including a commitment to luxury sustainability, communities, holistic health and wellbeing and natural design – in a iconic city, admired for its positive energy, devotion to live music, local hospitality, festive food and family fun.”