Hyatt House hotel launches in Music City

by | 14 Mar 2021 | Hotel Openings, Projects

Hyatt House Nashville Airport has opened to the public in Tennessee’s state capital, welcoming guests with its intuitive design and relaxed atmosphere.

The unveiling of Hyatt House Nashville Airport has further boosted the upscale brand’s footprint across the US. We find out more.

Introducing Nashville’s newest hotel

Rising four storeys high, Hyatt House Nashville Airport offers 128 guestrooms in total. Both business and leisure guests will doubtless appreciate the practical amenities on offer here, including free wifi and a 24-hour gym.

The Hyatt House hotel is also less than ten miles away from major attractions like Music City Nashville, Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry.

“We are excited to add this lodging option to the Nashville area,” said Dean Manternach, vice president of operations for Tharaldson Hospitality Management. “The size of our guestrooms and features, the hotel amenities, and the level of cleanliness, sanitation and service, set the hotel apart in the area. Nashville is a vibrant market and we are happy to add our third hotel to the area.”

A broad F&B offering

At the new Hyatt House Nashville Airport, guests can get snacks or drinks at any time they want. Its Breakfast bar ensures everyone is able to enjoy a healthy start – serving popular staples such as oatmeal and fruit, plus hot items – while The Market dishes up fresh meals day and night, and The Bar offers specialty coffees and premium beers alongside wine and cocktails.

Away from F&B, the hotel incorporates 660 sq ft of meeting space, decked out with high-tech equipment. Its director of sales Jessica Beckner is responsible for providing sales service and support to guests and event organisers alike.

“Nashville is a world-class city and a key business and leisure destination, and Hyatt House Nashville Airport adds a wonderful new option for business and leisure travellers visiting the heart of the city’s business and financial district,” said general manager Matthew Werksman.

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ABOUT THE CHAIN

 

Hyatt House is a distinctive hotel concept that will evolve the extended-stay model into a social and modern environment where guests feel like residents of an upscale apartment community.

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