BY ANGELA GARY
Make Loews Vanderbilt Hotel your headquarters during visit to Music City
Walking through the hotel lobby, you pass through the music-inspired great room with legendary artists depicted on the walls. A jukebox is beside of the elevator. Inside the rooms, authentic guitar straps are on the head-boards of the beds. Art pieces comprised of bus tickets, concert pins and recording signs adorn the walls in the rooms.
A stay at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, which recently completed a $7 million guest room renovation, is a step into the music world of Nashville, Tenn. Inspired by the life of a traveling artist, the 340-room hotel’s newly designed rooms draw visitors into the musician lifestyle with moody gray tones and wood and leather accents that reference guitars and leather boots.
On a recent girl-friend get-away where a night at the Bluebird Café to listen to music and an evening at the Grand Ole Opry to hear hits from new and legendary country artists, we found the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel with its music theme to be the perfect headquarters. Just one mile from the famous Music Row and within walking distance of Vanderbilt University, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel is the perfect location to experience one of the country’s most popular destinations.
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