Vision Hospitality opens Nashville Courtyard

Vision Hospitality Group opened the Courtyard by Marriott Nashville SE/Murfreesboro. This marks Vision’s ninth hotel either in operation or under development in the greater Nashville market.

The four-story hotel has 113 guestrooms, more than 2,000 square feet of meeting space and an indoor saltwater swimming pool. Developed using Marriott’s latest Gen 6 design, guests will have access to Marriott’s exclusive interactive GoBoard; The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect. food & beverage outlet; and flexible meeting space that can be converted to a pop- up boardroom or entertainment space for social gatherings. The property also provides a picnic area, and a hot daily breakfast.

With direct access to I-24, the Courtyard by Marriott Nashville SE/Murfreesboro is located near Vision’s Residence Inn by Marriott Nashville SE/Murfreesboro, and is a short distance from Middle Tennessee State University, The Avenue lifestyle mall and is convenient to several corporations. The location also allows access to all of the attractions in the Nashville area. 

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“We are pleased to open another hotel in the Nashville market, especially one of the best brands available today,” Vision president & CEO Mitch Patel said. “The Courtyard by Marriott Nashville SE/Murfreesboro will offer a superior experience to the area’s business and leisure travelers, as we continue to reinforce our strategy to develop premium brands in growing markets.”

Vision also plans to open two more hotels in 2016 out of its pipeline of 19 properties in development. The company also recently opened the new Home2 Suites by Hilton Nashville/Franklin/Cool Springs in August.

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