TownePlace Suites by Marriott Nashville/Smyrna prepares to open

Vision Hospitality Group plans to open the 89-room TownePlace Suites by Marriott Nashville/Smyrna later this week. The property is Vision’s second hotel to open in Smyrna and the seventh hotel in operation in the Greater Nashville area.

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott is located just off of I-24, approximately 15 minutes from downtown Nashville and in close proximity to Middle Tennessee State University and several area businesses. The TownePlace brand is designed for extended-stay, business and leisure travelers alike, with studio and one-bedroom suites available for bookings. All guestrooms include a 43-inch television and are equipped with a full kitchen with quartz counters as well as separate living, working and sleeping environments. Other hotel amenities include hot breakfast service, 24-hour business center, fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool and a patio area with a modern fireplace and pergola.

“We are excited to further expand in the Greater Nashville area,” Vision president & CEO Mitch Patel said in a statement. “As we grow, our ongoing partnership with Marriott continues to reinforce our strategy to invest in premium brands in growing markets. The TownePlace Suites by Marriott is certainly one of the best extended-stay hotel brands available today.”

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Vision plans to open an additional six properties in 2017. Vision Hospitality Group was formed in 1997, and remains family-owned and operated to this day. Vision has a hotel portfolio and pipeline of premium select- and full-service hotels affiliated with the Hilton, Marriott and InterContinental brands.

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