Virgin Hotels Nashville sets May opening date in Music Row

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Virgin Hotels Nashville will open in early May in Nashville's Music Row neighborhood. (Courtesy Virgin Hotels)

Virgin Hotels Nashville will open in early May in Nashville's Music Row neighborhood. (Courtesy Virgin Hotels)

Virgin Hotels Nashville is accepting reservations for stays beginning May 3 in Music Row at 1 Music Square W., Nashville, according to a news release from the hotel company. The 14-story hotel will feature 262 rooms, dining options and a rooftop lounge with a pool. The hotel will also include a fitness center accessible 24 hours a day and more than 9,000 square feet of meeting space. 800-806-8080. www.virginhotels.com/nashville


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