A Glimpse Inside Thompson Nashville


There’s no place like Nashville, the perennial Southern crossroads that refuses to be typecast. And at the heart of this little big town’s explosive growth, the Gulch is the place to be.

Once the site of Nashville’s bustling railroad yard with origins dating to before the Civil War. The Gulch is now a dynamic area of urban development on the southwest border of Nashville’s Central Business District and adjacent to music row. An exciting combination of the old, the adapted, and the cutting edge, the Gulch pulsates with opportunities for the very best in urban living.

Sharing the block with beloved bluegrass and roots music icon The Station Inn, Thompson celebrates this city’s creative spirit, with Nashville’s own Hastings Architecture Associates and James Beard Award-winning chef John Besh weaving an energetic new neighborhood destination into the local fabric. A place where Nashville modern meets casual luxury.

The design intention was to deliver a number of unique experiences throughout the hotel that embody a sense of sophistication and style while remaining understated, casual and full of personality.

Gather on the roof for some awesome cocktails, twenty regional brews and spectacular views from downtown to SoBro. Then head down to The Marsh House for a seafood-focused, Gulf-to-Gulch take on Southern cooking, driven by the bounty of our local farmers and makers.

All of the guest rooms have floor to-ceiling windows looking upon the Gulch. You will find sleek surroundings befitting a luxury residence, inspired by the spirit of Nashville and infused with the warmth of hardwood floors.

Also occupying space in the property is The Frye Company, an upscale retailer whose leather boots, shoes and bags. With stores already booming in cities such as Boston, New York, Chicago and Dallas, Nashville will be the company’s seventh retail location.

For more information, visit www.thompsonhotels.com.

Photo courtesy of Thompson Hotel.