Wake up and start your day at Killebrew Coffee, the on-site coffee shop serving Revelator Coffee and fresh breakfast sandwiches. Stay for breakfast or lunch, or grab a bite to take with you.
Open from 6:30am – 5:00pm daily
Relax before a busy day of exploring Downtown Nashville with a bubble bath in one of the suite's claw foot bathtubs. Each bathroom comes with brushed brass fixtures, sliding barn doors and state of the art rain head showers. Looking for a pair of Nashville approved denim? Get fitted for a custom pair of jeans by local designer Imogene and Willie right in the comfort of your hotel room.
Spend an afternoon exploring the Gulch neighborhood shopping at Parish, Frye Boots, E Allen, and Two Old Hippies. Lunch at Little Octopus for a fresh and clean twist on Caribbean dishes with bright, sun kissed interior design.
Dinner in the hotel at Marsh House which is John Besh restaurant with a southern seafood flare. Highlight its best dishes such as shrimp toast, seafood tower, Squid Ink Garganelli. Dessert is a must as the menu was created by New Orleans’s chef of the year, Chef Lisa White.
Nightcap on the roof at LA Jackson where Jack White’s label, Third Man Records, spins records each Monday with music ranging from the latest Americana artists to ‘90s hip hop. Sip on a handcrafted cocktail while gazing out over the Nashville skyline; absolutely the best view in the city.
Each piece included in the Thompson Nashville tells a story that ties in Nashville’s rich culture with the mid-century modern design.
1767 Design: A hand crafted geometric floor piece greets guests' as they enter the property. The structure is made from repurposed wood from houses that once stood in the Gulch neighborhood of Nashville prior to the development of the hotel.
FLWR Shop: Pops of lush foliage adorn the hotel from the local flower shop, owned by Miami natives, Alex and husband Quinn. An attraction in itself, this Mom and Pop shop is run out of their Victorian home with their daughter, Johnny, and dog, Lucy, in East Nashville, where you can pick and arrange your own hand held bouquets
Wall art throughout the hotel varies from photography, paintings, and woven wall hangings. You'll see paintings by Black Key’s singer, Dan Auerbach and Kings of Leon’s Chris Coleman. Black and white photos of Nashville’s culture including Dolly Parton and street photography.Drawings on matchboxes of icon such as Marilyn Monroe and James Dean with matches positioned as hand gestures.
Third Man Records: Record albums in each room feature artists from Third Man Records including Margo Price and Jack White. Don't miss the extensive records collection available for listening on a record player in the lobby.
Parts & Labor: The NYC design firm responsible for the masculine midcentury modern design while integrating the city cultural influences to establish the hotel as part of the local landscape. Founders Andrew Cohen and Jeremy Levitt discuss their vision for the property during the development stages. "We simply want people to want to come back. We’ve aimed to create a place that feels special and unique, where guests develop a real connection with the hotel that makes them miss it when they return home. We really want it feel effortless and exciting at the same time."
Local artists to fabricated the art installation on the lobby floor, as well as a custom concrete floor in the lobby restaurant. Neutral hues, bronze detailing and oak accents lend to stylish aesthetic of the guest rooms and public spaces.