The centerpiece of the city’s transformed Gulch neighborhood, the towering all-glass Thompson Nashville made its splashy debut at the end of 2016 and was an instant favorite for its hotspot rooftop bar, L.A. Jackson, and sharp style that’s all dark hardwoods, brushed brass and plush velvets. Guestrooms nail the lazy-morning essentials with King beds dressed in 400-thread-count SFERRA linens and floor-to-ceiling windows framing views across the Gulch and Downtown. Downstairs, chef Nathan Duensing is at the helm of streetside Marsh House restaurant where classic Southern dishes are given a creative twist and cocktails change by the season, but the real party happens on the roof, where traditional tipples and local brews pair with vinyl DJ sets and best-in-show views across the cityscape.
• 242 rooms
• Hotel opened: October 2016
• Architecture: Hastings Architecture Associates
• Interiors: Parts and Labor Design
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