Third Largest Towneplace Suites by Marriott Opens in Nashville's Capitol District

The Modern All-Suites Hotel Bridges Nashville's Germantown and Downtown Neighborhoods With a Place to Sit Back, Relax, and Stay Awhile.

USA, Nashville, Tennessee. October 20, 2020

A joint venture development between Chicago-based The Gettys Group and Deep Cove Partners announces today the grand opening of the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Capitol District in Nashville, TN on October 15, 2020. Located at 310 Gay Street, the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Capitol District is the first hotel to open in Nashville's Capitol District and the third largest TownePlace Suites by Marriott by total rooms in the world.

"We are excited to be part of the incredible community that makes Nashville a sought-after destination," says TownePlace Suites Capitol District General Manager Robby Gilreath. "Our location allows guests to ‘stay like a local' while channeling Nashville's quintessential Southern hospitality just steps away from the buzz of Music City."

Designed by award-winning interior design and development firm The Gettys Group, the TownePlace Suites Capitol District features 204 modern studios and suites, including one-bedroom suites with terraces overlooking downtown Nashville and three top-floor studios with outdoor patios overlooking Germantown. The hotel is designed to be a natural oasis that celebrates the fauna and history of central Tennessee, providing guests with an elevated hospitality experience in a calming, contemporary setting.

Hotel guests are given the space to settle in and stay productive with hotel features such as full-size kitchens located in each suite, complimentary Wi-Fi, daily hot breakfast, 24 hours fitness center, guest laundry facilities, a rooftop lounge, and an outdoor courtyard with Weber grills, entertainment centers, and firepits.

The property also features two dining concepts to accommodate guests and locals: Moonshot Coffee, a neighborhood café serving house-roasted coffee, freshly pressed juices, breakfast and lunch options, and Zeppelin, an all-season rooftop restaurant with two bars featuring a west-coast-meets-Nashville inspired dinner menu, craft cocktails, and sweeping city views, opening late fall 2020.

Additionally, guests can host meetings and events up to 50 people in the Cable Car Room, a 700 square foot event space in the sky adjacent to the seventh-floor rooftop restaurant.

"We wanted to bring a unique TownePlace Suites by Marriott experience to Nashville," says The Gettys Group Chairman and CEO Roger Hill. "We've capitalized on all of the clever and personal touches that the TownePlace Suites brand is known for and amplified the public spaces and food and beverage offerings to provide the Capitol District with a memorable place to sit back, relax, and stay awhile."

The TownePlace Suites by Marriott Capitol District is located at 310 Gay Street, Nashville, Tennessee, 37201. For more information or reservations, please visit http://towneplacesuitesnashvilledowntown.com/ or follow the hotel on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.


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