Review: Four Seasons Nashville
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Four Seasons Nashville is the first Four Seasons in Tennessee. Set in one of the most iconic high-rise buildings in the state of Tennessee, rising 40 stories above the vibrant city, the art and light-filled hotel encompass 235 hotel guest rooms and suites, along with a unique chef-driven restaurant and bar concept, a full-service spa and resort-style pool deck, modern event spaces, and more.

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Location

Long recognized for its popular music and entertainment offerings, Nashville is also home to one of the most vibrant culinary and arts scenes in the United States.

The development is located in the SoBro area of Nashville, affirming its emergence as one of the most dynamic urban areas in the city. Sparked by the arrival of major businesses and corporate headquarters, the new Hotel and Private Residences will be located along the Cumberland River, within a block of fresh and exciting culinary and nightlife experiences on Broadway, West Riverfront Park, Nissan Stadium, and the award-winning Ascend Amphitheater. This prime location offers the ideal spot for visitors and residents to experience the best of Nashville.

Style & Character

With panoramic city and river views and interiors celebrating local heritage and craftsmanship, the stage is set for an all-new luxury experience befitting this dynamic city that continues to attract creative talent and an increasing number of visitors from across the country and around the world.

Four Seasons has already established relationships within the city’s music and arts communities, including Songwriter City, which has collaborated with the Hotel to offer the Suite Sounds package – an opportunity to meet and spend time with industry professionals in an intimate setting. Guests are also encouraged to experience “songwriters in the round,” wherein a group of chart-topping writers talk – and play – through the artistic process.

Rooms

Rooms are large and stylish with fantastic views over Nashville.

Service & Facilities

While results-driven treatments are certainly on the menu at The Spa at Four Seasons, it’s a different kind of relaxation experience that invites guests to come together, chill out and enjoy being pampered with friends, one’s partner, or on their own.

Highlights include a luxurious Gold Body Scrub that takes advantage of the mineral’s anti-inflammatory properties to revitalize tired skin; the Gua Sha Facial using tailored massage rituals to sculpt, revive and oxygenate; and the Hot Stone Massage, now popular around the world but originally inspired by the Native American practice of warming stones in fire to ease aching muscles.

Featured skincare brands include Omorovicza, from the ancient spa city of Budapest, Hungary, and a well-established cult favorite of Nashvillians in the know, in addition to Italian brand Pietro Simone. The Spa includes six treatment rooms – including a couple’s suite – and also offers a full-service salon with manicure and pedicure services.

A 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness center designed by celebrity trainer and Four Seasons partner Harley Pasternak is adjacent to the Spa, overlooking the 7th-floor resort-style pool deck. Next spring, Four Seasons will introduce a poolside dining and drinking experience.

Food & Drink

Mimo Restaurant and Bar, the newly opened flagship restaurant of Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville is led by Michelin-starred Chef Aniello “Nello” Turco. Aptly named for Tennessee’s state bird, the mockingbird, guests of Mimo produces on inspired takes on classic Italian dishes featuring locally-sourced ingredients enhancing fresh-caught seafood and other offerings. Many selections are presented family-style for sharing, with scratch-made pasta, breads, pickles, and more in abundance at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.

Helming the kitchen team is Aniello “Nello” Turco, a Neapolitan chef who first gained international recognition when he earned a Michelin star at Mio at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing.

“Mimo is a place where Chef Nello’s signature caviar linguine, enhanced with local fried okra, happily shares a table with not-so-classic fried chicken and waffles elevated with homemade sauces that offer hints of soy and Calabrian chilies,” says the Director of Food and Beverage Alex Hernandez.

The adjacent Mimo Bar is a destination unto itself, where the local favorite Tennessee whiskies and craft brews are just the beginning. Bar Manager Michael Geffin, originally from Miami, has had the enviable of getting to know the local drinking scene and creating a menu to both introduce out-of-town Hotel guests and surprise and delight locals with something completely new.

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