The Fairlane Hotel, a retro-modern, 81-room boutique hotel, is one of the newest places to stay in Music City. The mid-century design takes guests back to the 1960s and 70s with terrazzo flooring, wood paneling, brass accents, and a nostalgic color scheme. The hotel’s restaurant, Ellington’s, officially opens to the public on Friday, July 27, 2018. Scroll down to see photos and highlights of Ellington’s as well as the hotel’s suites, penthouses, lobby, delicatessen (Mile End), and coffee shop (Union Teller).
Highlights: interior plants, soaring ceilings, comfortable seating, workstation
Jet Junior Suite
Highlights: floor-to-ceiling windows, semi-transparent peek-a-boo shower with walnut paneling, queen sleeper sofa
Highlights: separate living room with queen sleeper sofa, spacious shower and bathroom, wet bar
Highlights: separate sitting room, 1,000-square-foot outdoor terrace with fire pit, soaking tub, stand-up shower, smoked mirrored ceiling, queen sleeper sofa
Highlights: hanging fireplace, wet bar, mini kitchen, guest powder room, 1,250-square-foot outdoor terrace with fire pit, views of downtown and the iconic Batman building
Highlights: open floor plan, outdoor terrace, private dining options, various seating
Mile End Delicatessen
Highlights: local beer on draft, house cured and smoked meats, hand-rolled bagels
Union Teller Coffee Counter
Highlights: serves Stumptown Coffee and handmade pastries
For an exquisite vacation, staycation, or penthouse experience in Nashville, the Fairlane Hotel should be on your radar.