Nashville's Newest Hotel Will Transport You to the Smoky Mountains

The outdoors-inspired oasis is the city's first sustainable luxury property

1Hotel Nashville

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From the Warner Parks to the Natchez Trace, Nashville's latest hotel opening brings a taste of Tennessee's favorite outdoor escapes to the heart of downtown Music City.

1Hotel Nashville opened its doors earlier this week, creating a tranquil, outdoors-inspired oasis in the middle of an urban jungle. With its ivy-covered façade and walls built from reclaimed wood, the hotel works to evoke the natural beauty of the surrounding state, including awe-inspiring destinations like the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The 215-room property, including 37 suites, will also be the first sustainable luxury hotel in Nashville. 1 Hotel, a brand known for its eco-consciousness, will continue to keep its sustainability commitments strong with rooms featuring thoughtful touches like wooden room keys, in-room carafes made from recycled wine bottles, and closet hangers made from 100 percent recycled paper.

1Hotel Nashville

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Foodies will have their pick at the hotel's three dining concepts: the ground floor 1 Kitchen Nashville, a casual farm-to-table nook featuring cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and more healthy bites, Harriet's Rooftop Bar, offering house-made "wellness cocktails" made with fresh juices, and Neighbors, a café highlighting classic picnic fare using all regional produce and local ingredients.

And as part of 1 Hotels' mission of fostering a closer relationship between people and nature, the property's Bamford Wellness Spa will offer holistic treatments using natural and organic products— perfect for unwinding after a day at the honkey tonk.

Bookings are now available, with rates beginning at $483 a night.

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