What We Love
- A voice command virtual concierge service
- C.O. Bigelow bath amenities in all guest rooms
- Cali-fresh dishes (acai power bowls, oat milk lattes) at the casual café Natura
- Monthly rotating craft and local beers at Snitch, the hotel’s cocktail den
What To Know
- Amenities at the property’s presidential suite include a mahogany poker table
- The hotel offers complimentary house car service
- The property’s 24/7 gym features a Peloton Bike
- The stand-up piano at the hotel’s speakeasy-style bar invites surprise guest performances
- Handicap Accessible
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
Revived historic landmark near Nashville’s nightlife district, with Art Decoish rooms and easy access to the Country Music Hall of Fame
Two major newspapers were once camped inside two historic landmarked buildings—now the Dream Nashville— in what eventually became Nashville’s nightclub district in the 1940s. The publishers have long packed their bags, but a refresh gave the decades-old entertainment haven a much-needed boost: there’s now an art collection donated by the illustrious Frist family, a Frank Gehry-flavored atrium brasserie, and jewel-toned, loft-style guest rooms with cosmopolitan design details like oversize Anatolian rugs, Karelian Burl wood closets, and Japanese-style Suminagashi marbled wall coverings. The Utopia Suite, named after Nashville’s first boutique hotel, wows with its sweeping downtown views, while the Terrace Suite comes furnished with an outdoor grill—and the option to summon a Barbecue Butler. In true Dream fashion, the nightlife here is built-in: choose from a seductive live-music joint, a speakeasy-inspired cocktail lounge, or a parlor bar serving barrel-aged classics and a formidable snack menu.
In the Area
The hotel is smack dab in the center of Music City’s eclectic must-dos, within easy distance of Broadway’s honky-tonks—The Stage, where the pop-in guests have included Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, is a consistent crowd pleaser—and legendary live-performance venue Ryman Auditorium. The Dream’s own art collection serves as a fitting preview to the Frist Art Museum, a former post office that now showcases an ever-rotating collection (there are no permanent exhibitions), about 15 minutes away on foot. Further afield, a lively farmer’s market—one of the state’s few year-round versions—buzzes with vendors that hawk everything from bibimbap to barbecue.
How to Get There
Overall great service and food. Susan from concierge was excellent. In the center of downtown Nashville, close to Broadway. Excellent location, great restaurants and cafes around. Dream hotel has a very unique interior design, perfect boutique hotel, new, modern.
It is a little too dark....hard to tell if it's clean. Most special thing about this hotel is the large whiskey sized ice cubes they bring you for room service....I expected a lot more from what I read and saw online. Best part of the trip was our waiter in the hotel restaurant,
Outstanding location, beautiful and neat. impeccable staff.
Lovely decor and ideal for everyone.
Colby at the main bar was incredible...
We had fun and will definitely go back....hopefully for a longer stay.