Nashville has never been more in tune with the needs of planners and groups.
Set to open next year, JW Marriott Nashville will soon become a favorite for meeting and event planners. Located right next to Nashville’s International Airport and across the street from Music City Center, the 533-room hotel will boast 50,000 square feet of flexible event space equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual and wireless technology, allowing guests to make the most of any meeting or special occasion.
The Westin Nashville has revealed two new packages: Park and Party and See and “B” Seen. Park and Party is a more stress-free option while See and “B” Seen is for guests wanting to explore Music City.
Park and Party takes guests down to “Honky-Tonk” Highway for a night out on the town while enjoying cocktails and a nightly valet service.
See and “B” Seen package offers guests the opportunity to tour RCA’s Historic Studio B, followed by a day of exploring at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. This package also features champagne service at L27 Rooftop Bar.
Music City hosted the 2016 IBTM America in June and showed attendees a grand ole time
Many significant Nashville, Tenn., institutions are celebrating anniversaries in 2017. These will be commemorated as part of Nashville’s Music City, a celebration of music’s popular and historic music venues, museums, festivals and more. These institutions include Ryman Auditorium, 125th; Nashville Songwriters Association International 50th; Nashville Symphony 70th season; and Historic RCA Studio B, 60th.