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With the opening of Nashville's new Music City Center, the hospitality industry has been banking (and building) on the philosophy of "if we build it they will come." So, new hotels are abundant in Nashville's downtown corridor. Here are two to check out this year:
The Omni Hotel is slated to open Fall 2013. In addition to 80,000 square feet will be five culinary and entertainment venues — including a steak and chop house and an outdoor eating space, live music space, 800 guest rooms and a rooftop pool deck with prime city views.
Loews Vanderbilt recently re-opened after extensive renovations. The new hotel includes a fully revamped bar and restaurant—a Southern brasserie influenced by French techniques—called Masons, led by Chef Brandon Frohne.