JW Marriott Nashville
Why We Love This Hotel
- Dine at celeb chef Michael Mina's Bourbon Steak restaurant on the hotel's rooftop
- Views of the cityscape available from every room
- Located two blocks away from the Honky Tonk Highway on Broadway and down the street from Bridgestone Arena
- Built from the ground up and opened in late 2018
Skyline views that span 360 degrees and dishes by Michelin-starred, James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Mina represent just a handful of the reasons Forbes named the JW Marriott Nashville "a swanky addition to Music City." Its proximity to the Country Music Hall of Fame and legendary Broadway street -- both within two blocks -- along with a spa as well as five other bars and restaurants located on the property also help push the JW to a top spot among our favorite hotels in Tennessee.
Each room looks out on downtown Nashville through floor-to-ceiling windows; we recommend staying on a higher floor for the best vantages. Marble bathrooms with rainfall showers and light-up double vanities come standard, in addition to modern fixtures like USB outlets for devices and flat-screen TVs.
While Nashville never lacks for a good watering hole, guests should consider sampling a cocktail at the hotel's Bourbon Sky rooftop bar. Its futuristic balcony features automated windows, which open in the summer and let in the sights and sounds of Music City. Alternatively, take a dip in the third-floor outdoor pool while sipping a refreshing drink from the deckside Cabana Club bar.