Virgin Hotels Nashville
What it is
A new mainstay of Music Row with expansive rooms, a daybed-lined 14th floor rooftop pool and pool club, and buzzing restaurant and coffee shop.
What it isn't
Tailor-made for kids. But grown-up fun is exactly what you’re looking for when you go to Nashville.
What we think
If a second coming of Johnny Cash were going to try to make it in Nashville today, we have no doubt he’d stay here: the hotel is everything a creative-type on the rise could ever want. Each and every guest room has a dressing room divided from your living and sleeping lair by a sliding barn door—plus yoga mats, SMEG mini fridges, window seats and the types of full-throttle stylish art and furniture that make it look like a page from Architectural Digest sprung to life. Rooms start at 300 square feet but feel enormous thanks to their expertly curated floor plans; for more spacious digs, consider the 562-square-foot Grand Chamber King Suite (complete with a walk-in rain shower, floor to ceiling windows and their patented king size Best Bed Ever).
You're here because
Virgin has rolled out its usual plush red carpet for guests: you can order room service on their app, use the valet 24/7, and bring your furbaby with no fees or size restrictions.
You love a “pinch me, I’ve made it '' feeling, and on the roof deck at The Pool Club that’s exactly what you’ll get. Ensconced in your striped cabana—sipping a “Zigga Zig Ahhhhh” cocktail—you’re feeling like Nashville’s biggest star on the rise.
Restaurants & Bars
Commons Club - Offers an eclectic menu with reinvented takes on contemporary American dishes
The Bar at Commons Club - Serves creative cocktails in a beautifully designed setting
The Pool Club - Enjoy plenty of ways to sip & savor the day away with our refreshing food and drink options
Funny Library Coffee Shop - Kick back, grab a pastry or lite bite, and settle in at our caffeinated watering hole
Right on Music Square in downtown Nashville, just two blocks from the museum at Historic RCA Studio B—where Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, and so many more icons recorded their tracks.