HRI Properties, LLC and Hyatt proudly announce the naming of the Holston House hotel expected to open December 2017 in the heart of downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Located within an iconic 88-year-old art deco building at 118 Seventh Avenue North, just one block from the renowned Lower Broadway area, Holston House will provide guests with the ideal location to explore the vibrant streets and many unique destinations of Nashville. When the property debuts in December, it will join The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, a collection of unique, story-worthy stay experiences.
The 191-room hotel will feature six suites, including two signature 12th floor Bungalow Suites, a fitness center, and a series of food and beverage offerings including a lobby lounge and rooftop bar. Holston House will feature 3,000 square-feet of flexible meeting and event space, which includes ample function space on the first level, a boardroom, and a 439 square-foot skyline room with a private terrace, bungalow bar and folding glass doors leading out to the rooftop pool.
Originally designed by Marr & Holman and recently reimagined by esteemed New York based Stonehill & Taylor design firm, the hotel’s interior will be updated to complement the exterior’s art deco details and honor the buildings historic craftsmanship. To create a dynamic space that is both classic and decadent, richly crafted furniture and textures will be layered with traditional forms using warm locally sourced materials to capture the rugged modernism of today’s Nashville.
“Nashville has become a hot spot for travelers in the U.S. and abroad, and we’re excited to offer visitors and locals alike a uniquely decadent, personalized and authentic experience in the heart of Nashville,” says Peter Tziahanas, general manager, Holston House. “Holston House will provide luxurious touchpoints while highlighting our hometown’s soulful energy and signature sense of adventure.”
“We are excited to soon introduce Holston House as one of the newest properties within The Unbound Collection by Hyatt,” said George Vizer, global vice president, franchise operations, Hyatt. “The brand sets out to turn guests into storytellers, providing them with new adventures and authentic experiences.”
Encompassing the rhythm of Nashville, Holston House will introduce three culinary and cocktail experiences with concepts by New York-based APICII restaurant group. This includes an independently owned signature restaurant, a spacious lobby bar and lounge along with a dynamic roof top pool bar. Serving three meals a day, the restaurant will focus on locally sourced products. The restaurant will be situated off the main entrance to the hotel.
HRI Properties, LLC (“HRIP”) is an internally managed, fully integrated owner, operator and developer of premium branded hotels and upscale apartments in top urban U.S. markets. Since 1982, HRIP and its predecessor have completed more than 80 projects involving more than $2.5 billion of total invested capital, which include over 5,000 apartment units, over 5,000 hotel rooms, and more than 1.4 million square feet of office and retail space. HRI Lodging, a wholly owned subsidiary of HRIP, provides hotel management services for both HRIP owned and third party property owners. HRI Lodging operates 23 hotels, with three more properties currently under construction, and is an approved operator for premium branded and independent hotels. HRIP is a full-service real estate development company, with in-house architectural design and construction management capabilities and is a national leader in the adaptive reuse of historic structures. As the urbanization trend in the U.S. continues, we are committed to developing, acquiring and managing high quality real estate located within “walkable” urban neighborhoods where people want to live, work and play.
The Unbound Collection by Hyatt is a portfolio of new and existing upper-upscale and luxury properties, ranging from historic urban gems to contemporary trend-setters, boutique properties to resorts. Whether it is a fascinating past, an exclusive location, famous architecture and design, or an award-winning dining experience, the properties in the collection provide guests with “social currency” and allow them the freedom to be unique. Current properties include The Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas, The Coco Palms Resort in Kauai, Hawaii, which is expected to undergo a revitalization and re-open in spring 2018, The Royal Palms in Phoenix, Arizona, The Confidante in Miami Beach, Florida, the Hotel Du Louvre in Paris, France and Carmelo Resort & Spa in Uruguay.