“We are delighted to celebrate the grand opening of Grand Hyatt Nashville, a truly exceptional hotel located in the heart of downtown Music City and the very first project to open its doors within the Nashville Yards development,” said Cary Mack, co-managing partner of Southwest Value Partners, the owner and developer of Nashville Yards.
“Grand Hyatt Nashville embodies the brilliant and captivating spirit of the Nashville Yards with thoughtful architecture and design,” said John D’Angelo, the property’s general manager. “We are thrilled to open today to deliver a personalized guest experience that is authentic to Music City and serve as a social hub that entertains and delights locals and visitors.”
Nashville Yards is on the site of what was once Music City’s transportation hub and raw materials yards. The design of the hotel takes inspiration from this history. Large art installations reference the rail lines. Creative lobby seating pays homage to the lumber yard.
It also embraces the city’s great southern hospitality traditions. The Continental helmed by James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock leads its seven new culinary experiences. A new concept, The Continental delivers reimagined American classics.
Other f&b options include The Nashville Grange (Tennessee to table cuisine); Aurum, a gilded lobby bar serving a signature golden ale; lou/na, a 25th floor rooftop bar and lounge; Hummingbird, a coffee market featuring local roasters Stay Golden; Solstice, its fifth-floor poolside bar and restaurant overlooking Broadway; and the Grand Club Lounge on lobby level.
The property also features:
- 70,000 square feet of state-of-the-art event and pre-function space, including a 20,000-square-foot ballroom
- hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows in guestrooms in its 536 rooms and 55 suites
- one of the highest outdoor lounges in Nashville
- a fifth-floor pool deck overlooking downtown
- a world-class spa called R+R Wellness (R+R standing for recharge and replenish)
Straddling Nashville’s Gulch neighbourhood and downtown, the hotel is within walking distance of many of the city’s attractions, including the Nashville Convention Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium and the honky-tonks on Lower Broadway.