NASHVILLE, TN— Courtyard Nashville Downtown has completed a $2.5 million renovation of its guestrooms and suites.
“Our new room design is truly intuitive and thoughtful,” said Scott Faircloth, GM of Courtyard Nashville Downtown. “We wanted to create a space where guests have the opportunity to be as productive or relaxed as they desire. I’m beyond confident we accomplished our goal and look forward to exceeding guests’ expectations.”
The property’s renovated guestrooms and suites offer hybrid zones for working, sleeping and relaxing. Two new room types—an extended king and extended double-double—provide extra space to guests, and a new one-bedroom executive suite offers a private guestroom with a separate, adjoining room.
Upon arrival to all rooms, guests can store bags on luggage drops and plug in all of their personal devices while keeping them all in one place on tech drop ledges. Style was a strong consideration throughout the renovation, according to the hotel. A neutral, tone-on-tone color palette with chic light fixtures enhances the contemporary vibe while creating a retreat. Signature furniture and architectural elements were also added, replacing traditional art.
The redesigned rooms also feature lounge-around seating and a new, light desk on wheels.
Additionally, guests can dine at The Bistro—Eat. Drink. Connect., located in the hotel lobby, or stay active in the state-of-the-art fitness center, complete with a variety of free weights and cardiovascular equipment featuring personal TVs.