27 JANUARY 2020


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Article from BTNews 27 JANUARY 2020

Nashville date for Virgin Hotels

The fourth and latest US property in the Virgin Hotels portfolio is due to open in Nashville in May with 262 rooms, known as Chambers, including suites. It follows hard on the heels of the company’s arrival in Dallas (BTN 4 January).

Part of Nashville's Music Row neighbourhood, the hotel will offer a total of 9,000sq ft of flexible meeting and events spaces, multiple dining and drinking outlets such as the brand's signature Commons Club, and a rooftop lounge with pool.

The Commons Club flagship bar and restaurant is designed to feel like a “members-only” experience but open to all, with a specially curated entertainment and music programme.

The roof of the 14-storey building will feature another brand trademark, the Pool Club, giving guests the chance to relax and swim with views across Music City and indulge in light snacks and cocktails.

As with Virgin Hotels’ properties in Chicago, San Francisco and Dallas, the Chambers have two distinct spaces separated by a sliding door.

One area, the Dressing Room, combines the hallway and a dressing area with full vanity, makeup desk, an extra-large shower with a bench, and a roomy closet.

Through the privacy door, the Lounge contains Virgin Hotels’ patented lounge bed, a red Smeg mini-fridge, yoga mat, pedestal table and built-in window seating.


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