“America’s Best New Hotel” is steps from the home of the Nashville Predators.
The Grand Hyatt Nashville was honored with this accolade in 2020 by readers of USA Today, and it’s easy to see why the Broadway destination has become a favorite with visitors and locals alike while shining gold during every game. at home of the Preds.
Just an eight-minute walk from Bridgestone Arena, the luxury hotel is perfect for pre-match dinner and drinks, post-victory toast and away game-watching parties. The Grand Hyatt Nashville is home to lou/na, a fine dining and cocktail experience on the 25th floor; The Nashville Grange, a restaurant and bar known for its local Tennessee cuisine at the table; Celebrity chef James Beard Sean Brock’s famed The Continental restaurant and The Aurum, a sophisticated lobby bar that features live music every weekend.
Overlooking the lights and sounds of Broadway and Bridgestone Arena, the roof of the lou/na has quickly become Music City’s favorite spot to enjoy both the sunset and an away game on the screens. 75 inches behind the bar. Signature cocktails like the Lounar Eclipse with Hendricks Lunar gin, St. Germain, lemon and rosemary or the Cumberland Derby with Buffalo Trace bourbon, honey, blackberry, basil; Tennessee Brew Works’ Hippies & Cowboys IPA is recommended by the staff, and plates include crispy pork belly with Asian-style coleslaw and gochujang aioli, Atlantic scallops with mashed butternut squash and salad of apples and bacon, and the Tres Leches trifle with Kahlua, Grand Marnier and Godiva chocolate. The rooftop fireplace is open until 11:00 p.m. CT Sunday through Wednesday and 1:00 a.m. CT Thursday through Saturday, making it an amazing place to toast an overtime win.
The Nashville Grange specializes in Southern classics transformed with modern techniques using fresh ingredients from all over middle Tennessee. The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails and an extensive selection of wine, draft beer and whiskey with stunning views of Broadway. Beef Ribeye with candied Jerusalem artichokes and horseradish, Pork Shank with polenta, molasses and apple relish, or Mixed Vegetables with shiitake mushrooms, radish, black walnuts and feta cheese are always a perfect pre-game meal. A number of local breweries are on the preliminary list, including Black Abbey, Tennessee Brew Works, Little Harpeth and Yazoo.
A favorite hotel of the Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena, Preds fans can take advantage of the Grand Hyatt Nashville parking package (with code PARK) which includes valet parking for the duration of their stay. For Smashville residents, all restaurants and bars offer two free hours of valet parking.
So, before the next Preds game or after a thrilling victory, stop by the Grand Hyatt Nashville and enjoy the best of Music City.