David Mexico Design Group, Bullock Smith and Partners combine for Westin Nashville Hotel

Each of the hotel’s 453 guestrooms has custom artwork and design details inspired by the city and region.

Westin Hotels & Resorts, Castlerock Asset Management and Wischermann Partners have opened The Westin Nashville. Located near Nashville’s entertainment district and adjacent to the Music City Center, the 27-story property was designed by David Mexico Design Group and Bullock Smith and Partners.

Each of the hotel’s 453 guestrooms has custom artwork and design details inspired by the city and region. There are also three penthouse/style entertainment suites, three hospitality suites and eight executive suites, each designed with its own character and motif.

The Westin Nashville has 20,000 square feet of adaptable event space, including pre-function areas and 12 meeting venues. The Vanderbilt Ballroom has reception seating for up to 500 guests.

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For dining, the property has Decker & Dyer, which was inspired by Nashville’s social gathering place in the 1800s, Vauxhall Gardens, where The Westin Nashville sits today; Oak Steakhouse Nashville, owned by the Indigo Road Restaurant Group; and L27 Rooftop Bar, considered as the highest rooftop bar in the region. L27 also has a pool with exclusive cabanas.

There's also the Rhapsody Spa, which has nine treatment rooms, including a couple’s treatment room, three manicure/pedicure stations and a shared sauna.

Other amenities include the fitness center and an indoor swimming pool.

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