Hyatt House Nashville at Vanderbilt Opens

Brand New Hotel Positioned in the Heart of Nashville's West End

USA , Nashville , Tennessee. January 08, 2019

Hyatt House Nashville at Vanderbilt officially opened its doors to guests on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, two months ahead of schedule. The residential-style hotel, developed by Atlanta-based Songy Highroads, LLC ("SHR") in partnership with Hyatt Hotels Corporation, is situated in Midtown within walking distance to Vanderbilt University, Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital and TriStar Centennial Medical Center.

Designed by Wakefield Beasley & Associates and built by Reeves Young, the 15-story hotel features 201 spacious guestrooms, including 49 suites with fully equipped kitchens for extended stays. Guests have access to an outdoor pool, 24-hour gym, around-the-clock market, garage parking and 2,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. The pet-friendly hotel serves complimentary breakfast, and its H BAR features drinks, snacks and an outdoor fire pit area. Located in the city's West End district, the Hyatt House is close to some of Nashville's best dining and entertainment options as well as many corporate offices.

"The hotel overlooks Elliston Place and is just a few blocks from the Vanderbilt campus, Centennial Park and many Broadway and West End Avenue hotspots," said Todd Nocerini, SHR Chief Operating Officer. "We've already experienced an overwhelming response from guests, reaching near full capacity just two weeks after we began accepting bookings. We look forward to helping our guests experience all that Midtown has to offer through a stay at our newest hotel."

SHR began construction on the Hyatt House Nashville at Vanderbilt in June 2017. Located at 2100 Hayes Street, the new hotel marks the developer's entry into the market. SHR has become a trusted partner of the Hyatt brand for developing upscale, urban hotels throughout the Southeast. Other recent projects include the Hyatt Regency and Hyatt Place adjacent to Houston's Galleria shopping center, the Hyatt Place in downtown Washington, D.C., the Hyatt Regency Fairfax conversion and renovation in Fairfax, Va., and the currently under construction Hyatt Place Centennial Park in downtown Atlanta.


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Nancy Amaker
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