1 Hotel Nashville
What it is
A new green-leaning retreat in a modern tower, with an earthy spa and three locavore restaurants (including a rooftop cocktail bar).
What it isn't
Low-tech. You can use the 1 Hotels Mobile app to do everything from check in to order room service.
What we think
Southern California is a long way from Nashville, but it feels lovingly reincarnated here. Guest rooms are adorned in a natural and neutral palette of calming woods, ecru natural fibers and supple leather, and even the “starter” room category feels plush and luxe, thanks to exposed wood beams overhead, rain showers, Nespresso machines and substantial 416-square-foot floor plans. For that SoCal indoorsy/outdoorsy lifestyle, we love the Terrace House Suite, which has its own lush gardens flanking its terrace. The Arbor House suite is a winner for anyone staying with friends, thanks to its separate living room and two and a half bathrooms within its 1,848-square-foot layout. Anyone focused on their personal health will love the spa treatments, which were dreamt up by Brit skincare icon Carole Bamford from her 1,500 acre estate in the Cotswolds.
You're here because
Their stellar events calendar for guests includes “sip & flow with vino vinyasa”—a rooftop yoga class with wine pairings—and a plant potting class with a local botanical boutique.
You had a feeling, given 1 Hotel’s devotion to ethical everything, that 1 Kitchen Nashville would be as locavore as they come. But you didn’t know the food would be so unforgettable. Your favorite dish so far? Local prosciutto with burrata, shaved pear, sorrel pesto and perfectly crunchy grilled sourdough. Drool.
Restaurants & Bars
1 Kitchen - Celebrates local ingredients to create nutrient-dense meals that fuel a mindful lifestyle.
Harriet's Rooftop - Designed with nature in mind, Harriet's creates an atmosphere that is both lively and cozy, featuring light bites and craft cocktails made from seasonal, local ingredients.
Neighbors - Enjoy delicious and healthy grab and go snacks, cold pressed juices, fair-trade coffee and more.
Downtown Nashville’s bopping Sobro district, a mere 10 blocks from the Musician’s Hall of Fame & Museum—where you can see guitars once played by Johnny Cash, Simon and Garfunkel, and more.