Black Meetings and Tourism

July/August 2014

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11 B M & T ••• July/August 2014 ••• The Omni Nashville Hotel, and its 780- plus associates, recently celebrated its first anniversary in the heart of Nashville. The 21- story, 800-room hotel, billed as "The Key to Music City," is located in the vibrant South of Broadway, or SoBro, district. The luxury hotel opened its doors to Music City a year ago on Sept. 30, 2013. "We had a wonderful first year and have been enthusiastically embraced by the Nashville community," said Dan Piotrowski, general manager for the Omni Nashville Hotel. "We have been honored to contribute to Nashville's thriving business and arts commu- nities by providing a central location for all our guests to experience the best of Music City." The Omni Nashville Hotel is an authentic representation of the city's vibrant music cul- ture. It boasts 80,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, and is adjacent to the new Music City Center, where guests have access to an additional 1.2 million sq. ft. of meeting and exhibit space. It also fully integrates with an expansion of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum on three levels. OMNI NASHVILLE HOTEL CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY Luxury Hotel Embodies the True Character of Nashville best in modern hotel amenities. Styled in shades of cool blue, ivory, taupe and rusty red, each room fea- tures custom-designed rich dark wood furniture, airy light-colored wall coverings, plush carpeting and large bay windows with soaring floor-to-ceiling curtains to ensure a comfortable night sleep. Vibrant, modern paintings and mixed media art- work by three San Francisco artists Derek Lynch, Kristin Kyono and Sandra Russell adds a local urban aesthetic throughout the suites and corri- dors, while guestroom artwork by Los Angeles painter Alex Couwenberg brings a touch of color- ful Southern California culture. A chaise lounge or a chair with an ottoman pro- vides a comfortable place to relax in each room and the executive desks are the perfect workspace for the productive business traveler. All guestrooms and suites feature the world-renowned Westin Heavenly® Bed – featuring lush sheets, down cushioning and a patented pillow-top mattress, which cradles and con- tours to the body for complete comfort. Bathrooms are outfitted with marble vanities, new mirrors, sconces and the signature Westin Heavenly Bath™ with a rainfall showerhead and White Tea by Westin™ amenities. Corridors boast new carpet, wall coverings, ceiling pendants, artwork and elevator landing furniture, tables, lamps and mirrors. For reservations and more information, call (415) 397-7000, toll free (800) 917-7458 or visit

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