5 Meeting Hotels Coming to Nashville in 2020

New, conference-friendly properties will be debuting in Music City next year.

Nashville has long been a hit for groups, but a number of recent additions have really propelled the Music City to center stage as a prime meeting destination. Last year, the Tennessee city welcomed a total of 15.8 million visitors, up 7 percent from 2017, and that number continues to increase. To support such growth, new properties and venues have been springing up. 

In 2018, Nashville welcomed 15 new hotels totaling 2,304 rooms, according to Visit Music City, the area's convention and visitor bureau. Another 21 properties have come online this year, adding 2,628 rooms to the city's portfolio. It seems as though the trend will continue, with Visit Music City reporting that 5,969 hotel rooms currently are under construction. Following are five meetings-ready hotels expected to debut throughout 2020.