Davidson adds Sheraton Grand in Nashville to portfolio

The Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown features more than 46,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Photo credit: Marriott International

JRK Property Holdings selected Davidson Hotels & Resorts to manage the 482-room Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown. The property joined the newly opened Margaritaville Hotel Nashville as the operator’s second property in the market.

The hotel features more than 46,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a heated indoor pool, a fitness center, a restaurant and a cocktail lounge. Nearby attractions include the Nashville Convention Center, Nissan Stadium, Music City Center, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and the Tennessee State Capitol.

“We are thrilled to welcome Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown to the Davidson family as the fifth Sheraton-branded hotel in our premier portfolio,” Davidson Hotels & Resorts President Thom Geshay said in a statement. “Through our hands-on approach, deep brand familiarity and extensive Nashville experience dating back two decades to when we managed the property under a previous flag, we are confident that we will meaningfully impact the operating efficiency and financial success of this exceptional hotel.”

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Davidson Hotels & Resorts manages more than 50 hotels and resorts; 100 restaurants, bars and lounges; and 1.3 million square feet of meeting space across the United States.

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