Conrad Nashville

A new era of luxury in Music City

Sitting in the epicenter of one of America’s most vibrant cities, Conrad Nashville brings a dose of contemporary luxury to the music country capital. The hotel, which debuted in June 2022, caters to those who love design, food and art.

Anchored in the mixed-use Broadwest development, the 13-story Conrad Nashville features 234 rooms, including 24 suites and five innovative Wellness Rooms. Elsewhere on the Champalimaud-designed property, three dining and drinking spots have established themselves as places in the city for Southern fare and whiskey. Head outside for the recreation deck, where a pool lined with loungers and cabanas overlooks the city skyline.

Conceived for those who like to work hard and then play hard, everything from the hotel’s grand lobby, sweeping spiral staircase and towering wine cellar brings luxurious touches to a city known for its approachable attitude and mischievous fun.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Conrad Nashville is an urban retreat that’s attractive to business and leisure travelers alike, given its location only a half-mile from Music Row and Vanderbilt University, and less than three miles from Bridgestone Arena, Music City Center, Nissan Stadium and First Horizon Park.
  • See regional art, even if you don’t make it to Nashville’s Frist Art Museum. Some of the prominent names featured in the luxury hotel include Ed Nash, Natalie Dunham, Jerry Atnip, McKenzie Dove, Marc Boyson, Jocelyn Limmer, Robert Rector and KJ Schumacher.
  • Executive chef Dwayne Edwards sets the tone throughout Conrad Nashville’s three varied dining spaces. Blue Aster serves modern Southern cuisine for all-day dining and brunch. The Lounge at Blue Aster, which spills into the Conrad lobby, pours champagnes, Southern cocktails and wines from its 2,500-bottle curated wine room, plus afternoon tea. On the third floor at Thistle & Rye, enjoy live music, an indoor-outdoor bar, a large patio and windows overlooking bustling downtown. The menu focuses on small plates like pork belly bao and Nashville’s famous hot chicken sliders to complement the drinking experience.
  • The lobby’s grand spiral staircase leads to Conrad Nashville’s meeting rooms on the second floor. The event space totals more than 17,000 square feet.
  • For those seeking to stay healthy on the road, check in to a Wellness Room with a Peloton bike, an Echelon Reflect Fitness Mirror, free weights, a yoga mat and a minibar stocked with the good-for-you items — think low-sugar treats and green drinks — without the temptation of the typical decadent offerings.

The Rooms

  • Find a wide range of rooms and suites to choose from at the Nashville hotel. Some have balconies and others span up to 3,000 square feet. Across all room categories, slip into Frette linens, lather up in Byredo Mojave Ghost bathroom amenities and rinse off in a rain shower or dip in the soaking tub.
  • The well-appointed marble bathrooms with dual vanities and spacious closets grant the hotel standout status.
  • Control everything in your room with a single touch thanks to simple lighting, curtain and temperature controls.
  • In addition to workout equipment, the Wellness Rooms have an AtmosAir purification system and an elevated aromatherapy bathroom experience by ZENTS.

24-hour room service
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
1620 West End Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
BNA (9-14 min)