Four Seasons Nashville Opening November 2022

Four Seasons Nashville Opening November 2022

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The Four Seasons brand is growing at an incredible pace at the moment, with dozens of new properties in the pipeline. The luxury hotel brand has just opened reservations for its next major city hotel in the United States, following the recent openings of the Four Seasons Minneapolis and Four Seasons New Orleans.

Four Seasons Nashville basics

The new Four Seasons Nashville is now accepting reservations for stays as of November 2022. The building will rise 165 meters, with a total of 40 floors. The first 15 floors will feature 193 guest rooms plus 43 suites, and the remaining floors will feature 144 residences. The hotel will be located in the SoBro area, one block from Broadway, where you’ll find a lot of Nashville’s live music and nightlife.

Here are a few key facts about the new Four Seasons Nashville:

  • The hotel will feature Mimo Restaurant & Bar, an all-day dining destination featuring Southern Italian cuisine
  • On the seventh floor terrace, there will be an infinity pool
  • The hotel will feature a spa with six treatments rooms and a gym
Four Seasons Nashville location
Four Seasons Nashville exterior
Four Seasons Nashville entrance
Four Seasons Nashville pool
Four Seasons Nashville pool deck
Four Seasons Nashville gym
Four Seasons Nashville Mimo Restaurant & Bar

Four Seasons Nashville rates & how to book

What are rates like at the Four Seasons Nashville? Well, they’re steep, but that doesn’t really surprise me, given the current environment, and that hotels tend to be a bit optimistic pre-opening. As of now the cheapest rates at the property are $1,000+ per night. As you’d expect, rates fluctuate seasonally, based on the day of the week, and based on what’s going on in town.

Currently there are no special offers loaded for the property, though I imagine that will change. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a third night free offer added, for example. In theory I imagine there’s some demand for Nashville hotels that can sustain this pricing, but I can’t imagine 230+ rooms can be filled at these rates.

If you’re going to book this hotel (or any Four Seasons), you absolutely should book through a travel advisor who is affiliated with Four Seasons Preferred Partner. With this program, eligible travel advisors can add value to your stay without it costing you extra.

They can add perks like complimentary breakfast (including via in-room dining), a hotel credit, an upgrade subject to availability, and more. For example, breakfast alone would cost a minimum of an extra $70 per day, and that doesn’t factor in all the extra perks.

Best of all, Four Seasons Preferred Partner can generally be combined with any rates you’ll find directly with Four Seasons. For what it’s worth, the upgrades through this program are also prioritized over upgrades through other programs, so you’ll want to use Preferred Partner over a program like Virtuoso or Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts. Ford is always happy to help with Preferred Partner bookings, and can be reached at [email protected]

The Four Seasons Nashville is a cool addition

While Four Seasons doesn’t have a traditional loyalty program, personally I think it’s the only major hotel brand (with 100+ properties) that consistently provides a great customer experience. That has become more evident during the pandemic than ever before, since it’s a company that hasn’t cut services the same way as competitors.

There’s so much to love about Four Seasons, from the truly consistently great room design, to the amazing app, to the excellent fitness centers, to twice daily housekeeping, to employees that actually seem to enjoy their jobs. Of course that comes at a cost, though.

It’s especially cool to see Four Seasons open properties in markets that traditionally haven’t had true luxury hotels (like Nashville).

Four Seasons Nashville guest room

Bottom line

The Four Seasons Nashville is accepting reservations for stays as of November 2022, and this will be Nashville’s most luxurious property. It’s priced significantly higher than any other options in the city, and it’ll be interesting to see if these rates can be sustained.

It’s always exciting to see new luxury hotel options added in markets that don’t historically have many five star hotels. While another luxury hotel in a place like London or Paris is great, it’s not exactly noteworthy in the same way.

What do you make of the new Four Seasons Nashville?

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  1. Travel Points 101 Guest

    Nashville is growing fast. The Conrad just opened a couple months ago, so this is the second luxury hotel to a city like Lucky said that had no luxury hotels. At the pace it grows, I am sure more luxury hotels will be added in Nashville. I think Nashville is becoming the new Atlanta in the Southeast. I currently live in the Southeast though lived in New York City for about a decade.

  2. reddargon Diamond

    Agree with many of the other opinions, these kind of hotels don't really excite me (even if prices come down significantly). I guess the growing number of local businesses in Nashville will support this hotel, but personally I don't really understand the appeal of ultra-luxury city hotels. I'll of course stay in them on points if they have reasonable redemption rates, but otherwise I don't seek them out because, unlike at a resort location, I'm...

    Agree with many of the other opinions, these kind of hotels don't really excite me (even if prices come down significantly). I guess the growing number of local businesses in Nashville will support this hotel, but personally I don't really understand the appeal of ultra-luxury city hotels. I'll of course stay in them on points if they have reasonable redemption rates, but otherwise I don't seek them out because, unlike at a resort location, I'm generally only going to be in my hotel room to sleep at night.

  3. Christian Guest

    Wow, a really expensive hotel. Just what Nashville needs!

  4. Robert D Guest

    Wow, that pricing is crazy. I just spent 4 nights at the Four Seasons Embarcadero in San Francisco (an amazing hotel that Ben reviewed not too long ago, in an amazing city) for $482/night. I can’t imagine paying over $1,000/night, in Nashville of all places.

  5. Anthony Diamond

    I've stayed at a few of these newer, city domestic Four Seasons (New Orleans, Austin, etc). What they consistently get right are
    1) Fitness center, spas, and pools
    2) Good in-room dining and good bars
    3) Very good standard rooms

    Someone going to Nashville for a leisure event or conference, and who wants to bring their spouse or kids, will pay up the extra dollar for those amenities - especially the pool. Pools are becoming more important in hotels.

  6. Luke Guest

    I see the recently opened JW Marriott Nashville has rates ranging from $350 to $500 a night this summer. Is the upcoming Four Seasons going to be really that much better to be worth 2 to 3 times the rate! Absolutely nuts what has happened to hotel room costs all over the world since the pandemic!

  7. Alonzo Diamond

    Just another hotel for bachelorette party chicks to share a room. 4 chicks sharing 2 queen beds trying to act like they ain't broke. "We got a room at the Four Seasons". Yeah....in a standard room. All y'all sharing one bathroom lmao.

  8. Daniel B. Guest

    Nashville resident here.
    First, Nashville is NOT in the Midwest. It is in the South.
    Second, because of country music and the healthcare business, and several other businesses there is tremendous amount of wealth in the city. That's why a few years ago BA introduced a direct flight from Nashville to LHR. Those flights always had full business class sections.
    As for the hotels, the room rates are through the roof. Ten...

    Nashville resident here.
    First, Nashville is NOT in the Midwest. It is in the South.
    Second, because of country music and the healthcare business, and several other businesses there is tremendous amount of wealth in the city. That's why a few years ago BA introduced a direct flight from Nashville to LHR. Those flights always had full business class sections.
    As for the hotels, the room rates are through the roof. Ten years ago a local extended stay hotel advertised its rate as $99 per week. yesterday it was $599/week.
    Smyrna is a small town 30 miles south of Nashville. It is in a different county. There is a Fairfield Inn there which used to cost $60 per night. Last time a friend asked me to book a room there, it was $260 per night.
    Nashville is also the capital of "bachelorette parties", so that also contributes to the very high hotel occupancy.
    I encourage those of you who have never been to Nashville to come and see. You would be shocked. It is a very vibrant and very liberal city.

    1. BenjaminGuttery Gold

      Agreed, and same here in Fort Worth and Austin. The growth and wealth is unimaginable to those "on the coasts". What other city (besides maybe Nashvile & Austin) has had an Omni Hotel (new expansion tower planned), 2 award winning Autograph Collection hotels (Sinclair & Drover), a new build AC Hotel, a new historic Kimpton hotel (Harper), 2 independent boutique hotels (Revel & Dryce), along with 3 dozen chain hotels and an under construction Le...

      Agreed, and same here in Fort Worth and Austin. The growth and wealth is unimaginable to those "on the coasts". What other city (besides maybe Nashvile & Austin) has had an Omni Hotel (new expansion tower planned), 2 award winning Autograph Collection hotels (Sinclair & Drover), a new build AC Hotel, a new historic Kimpton hotel (Harper), 2 independent boutique hotels (Revel & Dryce), along with 3 dozen chain hotels and an under construction Le Merdian in the last few years alone? FORT WORTH. The major centers of commerce & industry are changing fast. Stay tuned and Goldman Sachs from NY and Wells Fargo from Cali are expected to move their HQ's to DFW in the coming months along with the recently announced Catapillar from Illinois.

  9. kw Guest

    Nashville is one of the most expensive hotel markets in the USA.

    https://www.rd.com/list/most-american-cities-for-hotels/

  10. AA70 Gold

    I feel like your typical Nashville goer will not be shelling out this much for a hotel. Curious to see what their occupancy rates end up being

    1. BenjaminGuttery Gold

      Again, these are opening prices, and once you calculate in a 3rd night free (will happen soon), it becomes around 700 per night. Also, Nashville is serially underrated as are Fort Worth, Austin, and numerous other places. You'd be surprised.

  11. Jkjkjk Guest

    Who’s gonna shell $1k per night in the midwest in the middle of November? Or did I miss something? Are there many HNWI going to Nashville?

    1. SamB Member

      I can’t understand this either, outside of special events. Those are Paris/NYC prices.

    2. BenjaminGuttery Gold

      It's just the opening prices.....and I'm sure the local business community and industry will be happy to pay whatever to support a new luxury tower like this. Lots of HNWI live there: Nissan & Mitsubishi N. America are both based there, HCA Hospital Corp is based there, the Music Industry is based there, Dollar General is based there, along with a "mini-Hollywood" of sorts these days, and Amazon put a huge 3rd office there during...

      It's just the opening prices.....and I'm sure the local business community and industry will be happy to pay whatever to support a new luxury tower like this. Lots of HNWI live there: Nissan & Mitsubishi N. America are both based there, HCA Hospital Corp is based there, the Music Industry is based there, Dollar General is based there, along with a "mini-Hollywood" of sorts these days, and Amazon put a huge 3rd office there during the "Dual HQ" announcement of Virginia & NYC. The health care, logistics, and automotive industries have huge bases in and around there.

    3. Jkjkjk Guest

      Why would local stay in hotel other than staycation and special events? My question was, are there a lot of HNWI visiting Nashville. People who would actually need a hotel. I doubt exec from Japan would have a budget to stay $1k a night on business trip. Amazon travel policy is one of the worst of the tech companies. So i doubt their employees including exec will get reimbursement for $1k per night. Even if...

      Why would local stay in hotel other than staycation and special events? My question was, are there a lot of HNWI visiting Nashville. People who would actually need a hotel. I doubt exec from Japan would have a budget to stay $1k a night on business trip. Amazon travel policy is one of the worst of the tech companies. So i doubt their employees including exec will get reimbursement for $1k per night. Even if these employees from seattle are extending stays, tech bros are smart enough not to pay a thousand bucks for a hotel.
      The only people who would pay is the music industry and record labels.

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Alonzo Diamond

Just another hotel for bachelorette party chicks to share a room. 4 chicks sharing 2 queen beds trying to act like they ain't broke. "We got a room at the Four Seasons". Yeah....in a standard room. All y'all sharing one bathroom lmao.

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Luke Guest

I see the recently opened JW Marriott Nashville has rates ranging from $350 to $500 a night this summer. Is the upcoming Four Seasons going to be really that much better to be worth 2 to 3 times the rate! Absolutely nuts what has happened to hotel room costs all over the world since the pandemic!

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BenjaminGuttery Gold

It's just the opening prices.....and I'm sure the local business community and industry will be happy to pay whatever to support a new luxury tower like this. Lots of HNWI live there: Nissan & Mitsubishi N. America are both based there, HCA Hospital Corp is based there, the Music Industry is based there, Dollar General is based there, along with a "mini-Hollywood" of sorts these days, and Amazon put a huge 3rd office there during the "Dual HQ" announcement of Virginia & NYC. The health care, logistics, and automotive industries have huge bases in and around there.

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