Dream Nashville Brings New Age Energy To Old School Neighborhood


A little mystery, a lot of history and a side of uninhibited fun. Doesn’t that sound like a dream?

Situated in the heart of Music City, this new boutique hotel is making that vision a reality. Meet: Dream Nashville.


The Story
A downtown playground of sorts, its atmosphere is abuzz with lively nightlife options and craft cocktail moments. But what sets this 168-room property apart from other comprehensive lodging concepts is its predicted influence on a special Nashville area.

Neighbors with legends that date back to the late-1800s, including the notorious Climax Saloon, the just-opened property breathes new life into Printer’s Alley. The district is home of two of the city’s most prestigious newspapers which, of course, played an essential role in the evolution of entertainment. According to Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein, this portfolio addition was designed to entertain guests and locals, while encouraging them to explore the surrounding Nashville area.


The Scene
Offering seven dining and nightlife options, ranging from a full-service restaurant and quick bites to cocktail lounges and entertainment theatres, the property caters to every experiential desire. Stateside Kitchen is a seasonal, brasserie-style eatery with fresh bread and pastries supplied by onsite sweet-spot, Superfine Bakery. Insta-worthy moments abound at California-inspired Natura Café and Coffee Shop, with acai bowls on deck and Oat Milk Lattes on tap. And on-the-go travelers have no fear, Easy 8 serves up speedy signature sandwiches. Hello, Tri-Tip Alley Cheesesteak.

With a name like Dirty Little Secret, the hotel’s speakeasy-style nightlife venue is sure to pique curiosity. Graced by the likes of Grammy Award-winning DJ duo The Chainsmokers during grand opening night, the late-night music lounge plans to keep the energy alive with crowd favorites and emerging musicians.


The Sights
What isn’t a secret is the property’s spot-on style. Lofty ceilings and colors galore, the interiors are rather easy on the eyes. Designed in partnership with Meyer Davis Studios, the finished product features art deco elements such as geometric shapes, funky patterned floors and a vibrant color palette. Think classic, yet youthful.


Dream Nashville is located at 210 4th Ave, North Nashville, TN. For more information or to book a stay, please visit www.dreamhotels.com/nashville.

*All images courtesy of Edward Menashy.