255-Key Hyatt Place Opens in Downtown Music City
By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of the Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown, the newest hotel addition to Music City’s vibrant downtown.
The property is located at 301 3rd Ave. South, in the vibrant SoBro neighborhood, one block away from the newly constructed Music City Convention Center and the newly expanded Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and within walking distance of the Nashville CBD and Honky Tonk Row, the city’s famous live music cluster. Sporting attracations such as the Predators’ Bridgestone Arena and the Tennessee Titans’ LP Field are also in close proximity, as is Vanderbilt University. “With thousands of music enthusiasts, sports fans and business travelers arriving to our great city from across the country, there couldn’t be a more exciting time to be a part of this new opening in downtown Nashville,” declared Bill Farrell, general manager, Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown in a press statement. “Hyatt Place is a smart and exciting brand, and we believe it is well positioned for success as part of the new Music City Convention Center District,” added Tim Marvin, managing director of acquisitions, Host Hotels & Resorts.
Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown is owned by Host Hotel & Resorts, Inc. affiliates and White Lodging. As previously reported, White Lodging served as developer of the project and will manage the property, its 170th portfolio asset. The property represents Host Hotel’s first new construction select service asset. PFVS Architects designed the 13-story project.
Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown features amenities such as more than 3,386 square feet of high-tech, flexible meeting and event space, a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor swimming pool, a bar and bakery, The Guest Kitchen serving made-to-order meals, complimentary Wi-Fi and a 175-car parking garage.
Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown broke ground in August 2012.
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