• Nashville’s Newest Tourism Numbers are Something to Sing About

     
    POSTED August 13, 2019
     
  • Nashville’s Newest Tourism Numbers are Something to Sing About

     
    POSTED August 13, 2019
     
  • Nashville’s Newest Tourism Numbers are Something to Sing About

     
    POSTED August 13, 2019
     
  • Nashville’s Newest Tourism Numbers are Something to Sing About

     
    POSTED August 13, 2019
     
  • Nashville’s Newest Tourism Numbers are Something to Sing About

     
    POSTED August 13, 2019
     

Music City shows $7 billion in visitor spending over the last year, all while underscoring the importance of the city’s hospitality industry. In 2018, there were 71,140 hospitality industry jobs in Nashville, and 15.8 million visitors traveled to the Greater Nashville area in Fiscal Year 2019. 

Because of the increase of one million visitors in the last year, many new hotels have been and are being built in Nashville. There are currently 20 hotels with 2,413 rooms scheduled to open this year. Last year, 15 hotels opened for a total of 2,300 rooms, as well as 133 new restaurants and another 100 scheduled to open in the next year.  

As Nashville is continuing to grow in order to accommodate the numbers of new visitors, the revenue from the hospitality industry is going back into marketing the city to sustain and continue to grow the number of visitors, as well as investments in improvements to the city’s infrastructure.  

Throughout the city’s hotels, from the buildings to the marketing, Nashville’s music permeates throughout. The industries are woven so closely together that there is live music to be heard 24/7.

For event planners, there are so many “Only in Nashville” types of experiences to add to your itinerary. From events like corporate meetings to weddings, visitors of any kind can experience and explore all that Nashville has to offer while staying in brand new hotels where music can be heard from anywhere and everywhere.  

After 7 years of planning, the VanDyk Mortgage Convention Center is now open in downtown Muskegon. The official ribbon cutting took place on April 12, 2021.  

 

On September 1, over 1,500 businesses across the country illuminated their buildings with red lights to draw attention to the devastation that the live events and performance art industries have faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

According to a survey commissioned by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), frequent travelers feel safer when hotels adhere to AHLA's Stay Safe guidelines, which detail cleaning protocols for hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic.