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533 Room JW Marriott Nashville hotel opens

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Turnberry Associates and Marriott International announced the Grand Opening of JW Marriott Nashville, situated steps from Music City's most treasured landmarks.

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The 33-story glass tower transforms the iconic Nashville skyline and ushers in a new chapter for luxury hospitality and sophistication in one of the South’s most dynamic and storied destinations.

JW Marriott Nashville features 533 guestrooms including 37 luxurious suites, a rooftop pool, a full-service Spa by JW, over 50,000 square feet of indoor event space, a 13,000-square foot outdoor event lawn as well as renowned chef and restaurateur Michael Mina’s first Nashville outpost of Bourbon Steak.

The modern glass tower, designed by internationally celebrated architecture firm Arquitectonica, offers unprecedented views and draws inspiration from the nearby Cumberland River and its symbolic place in the city’s history.

The contemporary interiors, led by award-winning design firm Stonehill Taylor, exude a masculine aesthetic with rich color schemes and subtle nods to the city’s industrial past.

JW Marriott Nashville masterfully combines modern luxuries with subtle yet intentional nods to the city's unique history.

Each expansive guestroom incorporates pale wood paneling with pops of deep earth tones and contemporary bronze finishes.

Tailored lines and custom carpet featuring an eye-catching geometric design and modern furniture guide the eye to floor-to-ceiling windows, which reveal unparalleled views of the city's best entertainment attractions.

The residential style and intuitive layout of the rooms immediately exude the feeling of home, all the while offering the approachable luxury of a JW Marriott experience.

Located on the 33rd floor with panoramic views of Nashville, the expansive rooftop lounge is the hotel’s crown jewel -- attracting in-the-know locals and guests seeking exceptional service in a warmly authentic, convivial atmosphere that transitions seamlessly from sunset cocktails to late-night live music.

Just as the unparalleled views offer a unique outlook on Music City, the sophisticated design and artfully crafted menus are indicative of a new perspective – one that combines a deep respect for Nashville roots with cosmopolitan panache.


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