Located to the north of Honky Tonk Row and the Ryman Theatre, Sheraton Grand Nashville offers guests an impressive place to call home while in Nashville. With a wide range of rooms to offer, from traditional to luxury suites, guests will find it a comfortable and accessible stay.
Spacious gray and white rooms with navy accents provide a tranquil setting for guests to relax and unwind after a long day. Minimalist rooms feature art on open shelves, city views, a sitting area, and a desk and chair. All rooms include complimentary wifi for SPG members and in-room Starbucks coffee and tea.
Club level rooms on the twenty-third to twenty-fifth floors allow access to the club lounge, which serves both complimentary breakfast and hors-d'oeuvres in the evening. The executive suite is near twice the size of other rooms with a separate living space.The governor suite sits atop the rest of the high-rise hotel. Guests will find a separate living area as well as an even larger layout. Finally, the presidential suite, also located on the top floor, includes a dining area as well as a separate living room. Each suite also allows club lounge access with complimentary breakfast and happy hour.
YOU SHOULD KNOW For better views between the ninth and twenty-second floors, an upgrade to a deluxe room will be required.
Most rooms have small, plain bathrooms with striped wallpaper and a bathtub shower. Suites have larger bathrooms with soaking tubs, large mirrors, and seating.
Guests check in at one of the three wooden front desks backed by a matching honeycomb design. Plenty of navy sectionals and leather chairs are placed around the light, open space.The lobby's focal point is the modern atrium with a skylight from which glass spheres holding Edison light bulbs are suspended and the glass elevators overlook.
Yearound the indoor, heated pool is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. for a calming escape from a busy day.
Guests can stay fit inside the 24-hour fitness center, adjacent to the indoor pool and complete with free weights, treadmills, stationary bikes, ellipticals, and other weight machines.
Breakfast is served on the second floor from 6:30 to 11 a.m. on weekdays and between 7 and 11 a.m. on weekends at Broadway Kitchen. Guests can choose from healthy options, chef's choice, or favorites like waffles and pancakes.
Don't miss Sunday brunch for inventive takes on Southern dishes like barbecue eggs benedict and cast iron cinnamon buns. Bottomless mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar begin after 10 a.m..
Self-parking at the hotel is $35 per day, while valet is $39 per day. From the hotel, the main attractions are within walking distance, but travelers may choose to Uber as well.
To start the day in a café setting with a well-made cappuccino, visit Provence Breads & Cafe (2-minute walk). Puckett's (4-minute walk) is also nearby for an easy and classic Nashville lunch. Capitol Grille (3-minute walk), serving elevated Southern fare is also within walking distance.
For a posh night on the town, go to Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars (4-minute walk). The stylish atmosphere is the perfect setting for quality cocktails and cigars. Robert's Western World (9-minute walk) is a classic Nashville pick that is within walking distance. Stroll to the opposite end of Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park to reach Geist (5-minute drive), an exceptionally trendy spot serving artful cocktails.
WHY WE LIKE IT
The Sheraton Grand Nashville is beautifully designed and positioned to offer guests anything they may require. From a superb bourbon collection at the hotel to nearby bars, the hotel will impress style-forward weekenders looking for a base to return to after nights on the town and in the honky tonks.