Conrad Nashville

Ushering in a new era of luxury in Midtown

By Jodi Werner Greenwald | Photos courtesy of Conrad Nashville



Conrad Nashville is the perfect home base for Charlotteans looking to tap into the playful vibe of Nashville, Tennessee, while still enjoying lavish accommodations. The Hilton property offers intuitive design with front-row access to live music, a growing culinary scene and all the outfitting fun Nashville has to offer.

The best part: After experiencing the hustle and bustle of Music Row, guests can return to the Conrad and enjoy turndown service and a peaceful night’s sleep in modern luxury.

Yes, Nashville may have earned a reputation as the bachelorette party capital of America, but the city is rapidly becoming much more than honky-tonk. The capital of Tennessee is also a prime destination for romantic getaways, business trips and college tours.

Take a scenic drive from Charlotte through Cherokee National Forest this fall and meander with stops in Asheville, North Carolina, Pigeon Forge and Knoxville, Tennessee. Leaf peepers will enjoy nearby Pisgah National Forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Or, hop on a brief flight from Charlotte and immerse yourself in Music City in about an hour. Live performances greet you from Tootsies Orchid Lounge at Concourse C, and rotating guitars are on display in the baggage claim area.

A 10-minute Uber or taxi ride later, and you arrive at Broadway and West End Avenue, ready to start your stay in Midtown. Conrad Nashville is in the Broadwest mixed-use development, sharing a courtyard with regional fine-dining favorite Halls Chophouse. It is situated mere blocks from a trendy new neighborhood, the Gulch, and Vanderbilt University.

Modern, Thoughtful Luxury

When it opened in June 2022, the 234-key Conrad Nashville helped usher in luxury to Midtown. Award-winning firm Champalimaud Design appointed a sweeping, two-story lobby with deep browns, jewel tones and brass accents — including an impressive winding staircase reminiscent of the musical instruments and rolling topography at the heart of Music City.

A curated art collection showcases local Nashville and middle Tennessee artists, and a baby grand piano self-plays and contributes to live entertainment.

The acute attention to detail continues in the guestrooms. The beds, with light switches on both sides, are outfitted with buttery-soft Frette linens and nestled along extended, curving headboards.

Personal touches include a welcome message on the TV and nail polish remover offered in the marble bathroom alongside Byredo bath products. Want privacy? Use the command panel at the room’s entrance to turn the doorbell red instead of placing a card on the handle.

Suites are spacious — 450 to 3,000 square feet —and Conrad Nashville has 24. The presidential suite even has a watch winder in the vast walk-in closet.