3 Chic Reasons To Book A Stay At This Nashville Property


A sunlit living room with multi-dimension fireplace wall, upholstered furniture and working fireplace

Found on the fringes of the university by the same name, the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel is on a mission to master Southern hospitality. Part and parcel to the swanky Nashville property’s multi-year renovation efforts, it recently debuted three new designer suites ranging from 1,000 to 1,600 square feet each.

Called Baritone, Creator and Belle, each is inspired by Nashville icons for the ages: Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and the collective leading ladies of country music. From functioning fireplaces to full-size dining rooms, guests enjoy all the trappings of a luxury apartment.

Chicago-based Simeone Deary Design Group headlined the plush appointments, which include hardwood floors, textural wallcoverings and supple textiles like velvet, leather and fringe. On our list? As a nod to the famously black-clad crooner, midcentury-style lighting and moody hues bring a masculine vibe to the Cash-inspired suite, which also boasts a full kitchen, walk-in closet and Peloton fitness bike.