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An inside look at Conrad Nashville

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A suite with a view. | Photo by NASHtoday

Conrad Nashville, Hilton’s luxury brand, offers 234 rooms and suites, a fitness center, three food and beverage concepts, a pool deck + 17,000 sqft of meeting space. The 13-story hotel anchors Midtown’s Broadwest development at 1620 West End Ave.and it’s officially open.

Whether you’re taking note of this new addition for out-of-town guests, scouting out new dining options, or planning a summer staycation, here’s what to know about Nashville’s newest hotel.

🍽️ A menu for every meal

Conrad features three dining concepts: Blue Aster, The Lounge at Blue Aster + Thistle & Rye.

  • Blue Aster offers an “innovative twist on modern Southern cuisine” with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Some menu highlights include hot stone ahi tuna, king crab chitarra pasta + mac and cheese waffles.
  • Adjacent to the restaurant is The Lounge at Blue Aster, a contemporary space to enjoy champagnes, cocktails, and wines from its 2,500-bottle curated wine room. Other dining features include an afternoon tea service, scones, pastries, and tea sandwiches.
  • The third floor beverage-centric concept Thistle & Ryeslated to open later this summer — will serve up small plates (think: lobster rolls + pork belly bao buns) paired with live music.

🛀 What’s in a room?

You can’t talk about a hotel without mentioning the rooms — and we’re dishing on the hotel’s best. The 3,000-sqft Grand Suite includes three bedrooms, a lounge, a movie room, a butler’s pantry, a freestanding soaking tub, and a dining table for 10. The hotel’s five wellness rooms feature a Peloton bike, weights, a yoga mat, and other fitness-related features.

🛏️ The vibe is in the details

Talk about a first impression. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a double-height lobby and a spiral staircase. Local artwork is on display throughout the hotel with a palette of dark woods, brass, bronze, and neutral tones — including this floor-to-ceiling piece by artist Jocelyn Limmer.

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