Renaissance Nashville Hotel

Renaissance Nashville Hotel
General information
Location 611 Commerce Street
Nashville, Tennessee
United States
Coordinates

36°09′39″N 86°46′52″W / 36.1608°N 86.7810°W / 36.1608; -86.7810Coordinates: 36°09′39″N 86°46′52″W / 36.1608°N 86.7810°W / 36.1608; -86.7810

Completed 1987
Owner Renaissance Hotels
Height
Roof 117 ft (36 m)
Technical details
Floor count 31
Design and construction
Structural engineer Structural Affiliates International
Main contractor Derr Steel Erection Company

The Renaissance Nashville Hotel [1] is a hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The building is 385 feet high with 31 floors.[2] The hotel is physically connected to the Nashville Convention Center[3] and is its anchor hotel.

The hotel contains 649 rooms, 24 suites, 25 meeting rooms with 31,000 sq ft of meeting space, and 2 concierge levels including a Starbucks coffee shop, 2 lounges, and a full service restaurant.[4] One of the lounges is located in an enclosed bridge walkway, spanning above Commerce Street, which connects the hotel to a parking garage across the street. This walkway was severely damaged during a 1998 tornado in downtown Nashville.[5]

In addition to being a hotel, the building also contains office space in its top 6 floors, this portion being known as the Renaissance Office Tower. These office suites are serviced by a separate bank of elevators accessible on the third floor.[6]

The hotel was originally named the Stouffer Hotel, prior to the Marriott acquisition of the Stouffer Corp.[7]

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