What We Love
- Slurping oysters at Marsh House, James Beard Award winner John Besh’s Southern seafood restaurant
- Exploring the surrounding Gulch and adjacent Music Row
- Jamming out to country tunes on your Marshall bluetooth speaker—this is Music City, after all
What To Know
- All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with views of downtown Nashville and The Gulch
- The rooftop bar has a great selection of local brews
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Thompson Nashville made a bold statement as soon as it hit the Music City hospitality scene, with boutique style to spare. Your room or suite is at once urban and rustic, with a sliding barn door, a subway-tiled bathroom, floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the neighborhood or city, and a Marshall bluetooth speaker for streaming your favorite Dolly Parton and George Strait tunes post-visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Of the hotel’s three stellar dining spots, the signature restaurant is Marsh House, which is the creation of celebrity chef and James Beard Award-winner John Besh and serves his takes on seafood and southern classics. Here and at panoramic rooftop bar L.A. Jackson, you can taste Southern brews and fine wines from small-batch producers. For your caffeine fix, hit Killebrew, with java by Alabama export Revelator Coffee Company, plus a pastry counter and menu of morning breakfast and afternoon grab-and-go sandwiches.
In the Area
The hotel is set in the Gulch District, a LEED-certified community with an industrial vibe and plenty of hip new restaurants, bars and shops. Among these are buzzed-about boutiques and music venues, since you can’t experience Music City without watching some live shows. Broadway, with its honky tonks, and the studios of Music Row are both adjacent to the neighborhood; the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is an easy 15-minute walk.
How to Get There
This is a nice hotel in the Gultch area of Nashville. Some shops and food places near by. Nice rooftop bar with great views, but it closed way too early for Nashville and did not have live music. Restaurant was good for breakfast, but a bit pricey for what you got.
Middle of the city with lots going on around us.Staff fantastic and fun vibe!Rooftop bar was so fun....Have breakfast in Marsh House. Great Biscuits!Killerbrew coffee was amazing too! 10 minutes to Downtown
The hotel is fantastic. The service, rooms, food and decor are phenomenal. It is great for business and pleasure. The location is convenient for the Gulch restaurants and shopping. You can easily drive to downtown as well.
Staff was beyond professional! Always helpful and kind. Concierge Terry was outstanding! The restaurant was exceptional. The rooftop bar was the most popular in the area. The Gulch is a wonderful location! Feels like Hoboken, NJ.
With in one day of looking for a hotel in the Gulch to the next day booking the price almost doubled. Very disappointed, I understand that inventory creates a higher price when a hotel is almost full, but this was extreme and I feel like it take advantage of the guest. It will be nice to have another Hotel which is being built right next door to temper the outrageous prices.