Simeone Deary Design Group renovates Loews Vanderbilt Hotel

Loews Vanderbilt Hotel now has the newest rooms in Nashville following the completion of a $7 million guestroom renovation.

Said to be inspired by the image and accouterments of a traveling artist, the 340-room hotel’s newly designed rooms have gray tones, and wood and leather accents that reference guitars and leather boots. Details include authentic guitar straps on head boards, nail head studded draperies, mix and match pillows and art pieces comprised of bus tickets, concert pins and recording signs.

The guestroom renovation marks more than $20 million in updates to the hotel in the past two years. In 2013, the hotel completed a multi-million dollar renovation that included the lobby, restaurant, bar, guestroom bathrooms, corridors and presidential suites. Chicago-based Simeone Deary Design Group designed the looks for both renovations.

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Loews Vanderbilt Hotel is located in Nashville’s Midtown, in the heart of Music City. The hotel, which received $20 million in renovations since 2013, has 340 rooms, including 14 suites, and gathering spaces. Its restaurant, Mason’s, offers Southern-inspired fare with Appalachian and European influences, while the public house-style bar, Mason Bar, serves local beers, wines and spirits. 

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