Virgin Hotels has will be opening its newest location in Nashville this year, and they’re celebrating with 20% off stays and a $20 dining credit at Commons Club. Heading to Nashville this summer? Check it out!
Branson does hotels too?
The Virgin Group seems to have its hands in all sorts of interesting businesses. PWaC readers will undoubtedly know about the Virgin airlines — Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia, and Virgin America (RIP). The Virgin Hotels brand was founded in 2010 with the acquisition of a former commercial building in Chicago. The Chicago location opened in 2015. Since then, Virgin Hotels have launched in San Fransisco and Dallas (just this month!). The Nashville hotel is currently open for bookings starting May 3, 2020.
On the Virgin Hotels site, it’s clear the company is working on properties Las Vegas, New York, Palm Springs, New Orleans, Edinburgh, and Miami.
Save Some Money at Virgin Hotels Nashville this Summer
Check out this link (I don’t believe it’s targeted) to take advantage of the opening promotion. If the link doesn’t work, try punching in just “2020V” as the Promo Code when searching for availability. I’m not entirely sure when the promotion ends, but your hotel stay must land between May 3 and the end of August. Here’s pricing for a weekend rate in May:
The new Virgin Hotel in Nashville has a great location – just off of Broadway and near The Gulch for great food and fun. Still, the price is at least $100-$150 more than other hotels in the area, even after discounting for the $20 dining credit you’ll receive as part of this offer. Virgin Hotels strikes me as a hotel from the Kimpton school of thought – make it a destination, not just a place to lay your head. They want you to stay inside the hotel, explore their decor, and enjoy yourself at the onsite bars and restaurants.
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