Stonehill & Taylor designs largest guestrooms in downtown Nashville

Owned by Turnberry Associates, the JW Marriott Nashville is slated to open in summer 2018.

Designed by Stonehill & Taylor, the property’s accommodations will be the largest in downtown Nashville starting at 450 square feet, and with suites reaching up to 2,000 square feet.

JW Marriott Nashville’s interiors will have a modern aesthetic with a warm color scheme and subtle nods to Music City, such as musically-inspired artwork adorning the walls.

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Each guestroom will combine pale wood paneling with pops of brown tones and bronze finishes. There will also be custom carpet featuring a one-of-a kind geometric design and furniture that will guide the eye directly to the floor-to-ceiling windows, revealing views of Nashville’s landmarks. The white marble bathrooms will have walk-in rain showers, dual vanities, silver fixtures, private water closets and custom lighting.

For dining,  the property will have Nashville’s first Michael Mina restaurant, Bourbon Steak, which will have an al-fresco terrace on the 33rd floor. The property will also have a 10,000 square-foot outdoor pool venue, Spa by JW, fitness center and retail offerings.

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