Hilton Nashville Downtown completes Phase I of $28M renovation

Hilton Nashville Downtown and Turnberry Hospitality completed Phase I of a $28-million dollar to the only all-suite, full-service hotel in downtown Nashville. The transformation includes upgrades to all 330 guest suites, 17,800 square feet of meeting space and an expanded fitness center. Also introduced is a new executive lounge.

The hotel’s new design scheme includes rich finishes, exotic woods and metals inspired by the intricate details of the guitar, while polished marble and granite finishes are also used. All 330 guest suites now include custom furnishings and artwork, along with a modern color palette of steely grey and dark woods accented by bright pops of coral. Each guest suite’s private parlor has a centerpiece sectional sofa, custom entertainment center wall with 46 inch flat screen high definition TV, and a workstation.

Bathroom upgrades include granite accents, Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities and glass-enclosed walk-in showers for king guest suites. A new executive lounge located off the lobby stretches across 2,024 square feet and has spaces for work and leisure. Highlighted by earth tones, woods and stone along with touches of periwinkle, the space includes window walls, a centerpiece fireplace, a private meeting room, data ports, computers and printers. The F&B service includes hors d’oeuvres served tapas style and an international wine list.

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Additional renovations include enhancements to the grand ballroom and meeting rooms. Other features include: crystal lighting fixtures, wall coverings in warm hues and a statement mirror in the grand ballroom. The updated meeting rooms now also have warm tones punctuated by modern lighting fixtures.

The Phase I completion also includes a newly renovated fitness center that was doubled in size. It now has large windows that provide natural light.

Phase II of the hotel’s renovation is in progress, with completion scheduled for early fall 2014.

The hotel recently unveiled a transformed grand atrium lobby and lounge that feature a modern design aesthetic with new furnishings, marble floors accented by modern rugs, a grand glass circular entrance, and lobby staircase fashioned in glass panels. Other key additions include a re-imagined lobby bar, redesigned MarketStreet restaurant, an open-design business center in the lobby and new front desk experience. A Trattoria Il Mulino location from Il Mulino New York will be introduced in early 2015.

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