Stonehill Taylor blends residential features, organic materials for JW Marriott Nashville’s spa

The JW Marriott Nashville, Tenn., launched the Spa by JW. Curated by spa director Kendra Rice, the spa’s treatment menu includes Aromatherapy Associates and Natura Bisse products.

The spa interiors were conceptualized by design firm Stonehill Taylor, which used organic materials, such as blonde wood and bronze accents, coupled with residential features and plush seating.

Situated on the third floor next to a 10,000-square foot outdoor pool deck, Spa by JW is bathed in natural light from the space’s floor-to-ceiling windows. Steel, stone and glass contrast with the natural color palette.  


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In total, Spa by JW measures 4,000 square feet. It has five treatment rooms, a relaxation lounge and a boutique.

Photo credit: Lisa Diederich Photography

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