The 404 Hotel offers Nashville’s first true boutique accommodations
Now taking reservations for March 14 opening at www.the404Nashville.com
NASHVILLE, March 2014 – The 404 Hotel, a five-room venue offering Nashville’s first true boutique accommodations, will open on Friday, March 14. The hotel is currently taking reservations on its website. Housed in a 2,800-square-foot former mechanics garage, next door to the legendary bluegrass venue The Station Inn, The 404 Hotel is located in the Gulch, a turn-of-the century rail yard turned LEED-certified neighborhood blocks from downtown Nashville.
The 404 Hotel is designed to provide discerning travelers with an urban oasis, a hideaway in plain sight, where they can linger in comfort day or night or use as a home base from which to explore all Nashville has to offer. (Each room has a designated parking space.) “Invisible service” allow guests to customize their visits with the assistance of an onsite manager. Privacy is at a premium at The 404 Hotel: rooms and common spaces are accessible via keyless entry to registered guests only.
Architect Nick Dryden of the Nashville firm DA|AD led the project. Many local products and services were employed in the design and decoration of The 404 Hotel, including Southern Lights Electric Company (fixtures), Turkish-T (towels and soft goods), and Peter Nappi (vintage leather furniture). Photography by Nashville artist Caroline Allison appoints each guest room, which feature Sferra bed linens, Malin + Goetz toiletries, and lighting from Artemide, which also fabricated the main hallway’s giant steel dome fixtures, currently outfitted with pink bulbs.
The 404 Kitchen, the Hotel’s sister restaurant, is housed in an adjacent storage container facing 12th Avenue South. Open since October 2013, it offers a modern take on classic European cuisine. Helmed by executive chef Matt Bolus, The 404 Kitchen was recently named a semifinalist in the highly competitive Best New Restaurant category of the 2014 James Beard Foundation Awards.
Each of the hotel’s five rooms feature king bed accommodations; four rooms include a loft space, accessible by spiral staircase, which can be used as a meeting area or to accommodate an additional overnight guest. Rates range from $275 to $350 for a king suite to $350 to $425 for a king suite with loft. Reservations can be made at www.the404nashville.com.
For questions about The 404 Hotel, contact Libby Callaway at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-403-2053.