The Westin Nashville opened on Thursday in the city’s SoBro neighborhood,
across the street from the Music City Center.
The 453-room hotel features Decker & Dyer, a restaurant inspired
by Nashville’s social gathering place in the 1800s, Vauxhall Gardens, where the
Westin Nashville sits today. The Oak Steakhouse Nashville, Rhapsody Spa and L27
Rooftop Bar are due to open in late fall.
The hotel touts L27’s “Nashville’s highest infinity pool,” cabana
rental service, casual poolside fare and weekend brunch. In the evening, L27 will
have a lounge setting and feature live music and local DJs.
The 27-story Westin Nashville has 20,000 square of meeting
space, including the Vanderbilt Ballroom, which can accommodate as many as 500
The Westin Nashville opens in a market that has been among
the best-performing in the U.S. Through June, Nashville hotels’ revenue per
available room was up 12% from a year earlier, according to hotel data research