Four Seasons Hotel Nashville

Style on High

fromUSD $491*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 1 night stay, from Fri, May 24 to Sat, May 25. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Nashville, Tennessee

Four Seasons Hotel Nashville

Style on High

What it is

A sleek new tower with ultra-luxe amenities, including a rooftop infinity pool and bar, intimate spa, and Italian restaurant helmed by a Michelin-starred chef.

What it isn't

All take, no give. The hotel prides itself on sustainability; initiatives include zero single-use plastics, green cleaning supplies, local ingredients, and so much more.

What we think

This is no honky tonk. One of the newest jewels in the Four Seasons crown is the pride of Nashville, tucked within a sleek 40-story glass tower abutting the Cumberland River. Guest rooms are expansive—starting at a whopping 404 square feet, for a Superior Room—with floor-to-ceiling windows, locally curated minibars, and tech-forward luxuries like LED backlit mirrors (always flattering), bedside controls for lighting, Lavazza espresso machines, and more. To feel like you just won a CMA Award or Grammy, treat yourself to a Premier One-Bedroom Suite: they’re 990 square feet, with a separate living and dining area with a panorama over Music City. The poolside hot tub on the seventh-floor roof is open year-round; it’s the perfect place to steep after a night at the Opry.

You're here because

Staff can put together experiences you won’t soon forget, including a songwriting session with local guitarists or VIP tickets to the Tennessee Titans.

The Moment

Chef Aniello Turco worked at Noma—one of the best restaurants on planet Earth—for two years, and it shows. The dishes at his Mimo Restaurant are art on a plate, from the citrus poached prawns with puffed grits to the housemade Cumberland River crawfish rigatoni with burnt basil powder.

Restaurants & Bars

MIMO RESTAURANT AND BAR - A stylish yet relaxed dining destination in downtown’s SoBro neighborhood, Mimo is an elevated Southern Italian dining concept with a focus on seafood.


The buzzing heart of Nashville’s riverfront, a block and a half from the Johnny Cash museum—where you can ogle everything from his Martin guitar to handwritten lyrics.

100 Demonbruen Street
Nashville, 37201
TN, United States

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