StepStone Hospitality assumes management of Nashville DoubleTree

Rhode Island-based StepStone Hospitality assumed management of The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Downtown Nashville.

More than $7.5 million has been committed to renovating the 337-room hotel, which will update the hotel's lobby, guestrooms and dining facilities, with work beginning in December 2014. These renovations are in addition to the more than $2 million that has already been invested in upgrading the hotel's guestrooms over the last year.

The hotel is located ten miles from Nashville International Airport and near the Music City Convention Center, the Ryman Auditorium and the Bridgestone Arena. Deluxe rooms have 37-inch plasma flat-screen televisions, Internet access and weekday newspaper delivery. Other amenities include a swimming pool and fitness center.
 
The hotel’s meeting space can accommodate events for up to 900 people. Dining options include in-room dining, a Starbucks Grab and Go in the main lobby and the Plaza Café for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Swanks Martini and Wine Bar provides live music and entertainment.

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