See how Nashville’s newest hotel honors the Music City’s illustrious history.
The 144-room Bobby Hotel, housed in a nine-story building, is a welcomed refuge from the hustle and bustle of Nashville. Designed by New York City firm David Mexico Design Group, the industrial chic décor features a mix of accessories gathered from across the globe. The lobby’s chandelier, constructed solely of car parts, marble columns, reclaimed artisan wood planks, copper, brass and industrial metal, will be sure to attract your gaze upon entering the hotel.
The four dining options on-site ensure you don’t have to leave the property for a meal. Two of our favorite spots include the French-inspired café with indoor/outdoor seating and Tavern at Bobby, serving locally-sourced ingredients and a rooftop lounge featuring stunning views and a 1956 retrofit scenic cruiser bus to enjoy craft spirits.
Avi Niego, Bobby Hotel’s general manager, tells us about the property and what makes it so special.