When traveling to Nashville, you will have a choice of where to stay. There are the music-themed properties close to the honky tonk bars of Broadway, or for the business traveler, the quintessential branded hotels along Korean Veterans Boulevard, their tall towers lining South Korea Street. the river to the highway. But for the ultimate luxury experience, which feels indulgent and refined while reflecting the laid back spirit of Nashville, I would go for The " Joseph , a Luxury Collection property located just steps from the delights of Music City, but away from the crowds .
The Joseph lobby bar Eric Laignel
The Joseph opened last summer at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, but it didn't It hasn't stopped tourists from sprawling out among its 297 rooms spread over 21 floors, each with a sleek, contemporary aesthetic courtesy of Miami-based design firm Arquitectonica. With design features in warm tones of copper, oak, warm marble and beautiful brown leathers juxtaposed with Italian marble, brass and rich textiles, the Joseph is both rock 'n ' roll and all the basic elements of aluxury experience.
"As The Luxury Collection sought to expand its portfolio in North America, Nashville established itself as a growing destination, but one which also had a rich cultural heritage with much more to discover than It 's not at first glance. ”Said Philipp Weghmann, vice president and global brand leader at The Luxury Collection. "With The Joseph, we wanted to create a hotel unlike any other in the destination and serve as a gateway to discover the many facets of America's music capital.
Une chambre au Joseph Eric Laignel
The Joseph wears the name Joseph Pizzuti, the patriarch of the Pizzuti family, owner of the property. Thanks in large part to these Ohio-based real estate developers, he has a huge art collection with multimedia installations, structural forms, and bold prints. There is the larger than life sculpture by Hank Willis Thomas titled "Harriet & Annie (Capri) ", immersive digital installations at the hotel 's porte cochere, a magnificent chandelier by Misha Kahn suspended above the hotel bar and more than 1000 pieces of Pizzuti. Collection flanking its walls on each floor. There are also original works by local, regional and international artists, some from the private collection of the Pizzuti family, and others specially commissioned by artists with a unique connection to the state. These works include The Tennessee Collection - exclusive to The Joseph - and most can be found in the property's guest rooms.
The rooftop pool at Joseph. Jim Kruger
Beyond aesthetics, guests will revel in the Joseph 's culinary program, led by James Beard Award winner chef Tony Mantuano and oenologist Cathy Mantuano. From the iconic Yolan Restaurant to the All-Day Rooftop Lounge Denim to the Coffee Bar and Lobby Lounge, the property has an incredible list of food and drink options. The rooftop terrace is also home to the Joseph 's Rose Spa, a 5.5-square-foot 200-square-foot spa and salon offering everything from body treatments to deep soaking tubs. Just outside is a pristine swimming pool set high above the city, the perfect place to rest after a long day of sightseeing in the heat. Just make sure you book more than one day.Come to Nashville because if you are staying at the Joseph you may not want to leave.