Set in Nashville, Tenn.'s West End district and across the street from Vanderbilt University, the smoke-free Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Nashville delivers a unique Music City experience. A few blocks from Hillsboro Village's restaurants, the hotel is 1 mile from Music Row and downtown Nashville.
The marbled lobby features a vintage jukebox. Neon signs promote the on-site restaurant and bar, appropriately called "Eat" and "Drink," while 12-foot-tall birds-of-paradise plants and white columns lend the space a stately grace. "Eat" serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, while "Drink" features live jazz piano nightly. The lobby level is also the venue for an art gallery, a gift shop and a Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. This hotel hosts numerous conventions and meetings with its 24,000 square feet of flexible rooms. Internet access is available at the 24-hour business center. Common spaces within the hotel also provide complimentary wireless Internet access. The property encourages exercise with a 24-hour fitness center where flat-panel televisions grace each stationary bicycle and complimentary juice is offered.
Sporting sunset-colored hues of orange and red, guestrooms are vibrantly spacious with 300-thread count sheets and thick mattresses. Accommodations boast CD players, bathrobes and slippers, and cmplimentary wireless and wired Internet access. 3 custom CDs feature songs recorded by celebrity guests. Additional amenities include stocked minibars, designer toiletries, complimentary newspapers, and makeup mirrors. Refrigerators and turndown services are available upon request.