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Green Hills, Tennessee Hotel Holds Ribbon Cutting Event

Intuitive Lobby Design Features High-Tech GoBoard(R) 4.0, Flexible Work and Social Spaces, and 24/7 Food and Beverage Market

NASHVILLE, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 07/28/14 -- A Ribbon Cutting event for the Courtyard by Marriott Nashville Green Hills was held on Thursday, July 17, 2014. The west end Nashville hotel, located at 3800 Bedford Avenue, is owned by CH Hotel Bedford Partners, LLC and managed by Chartwell Hospitality in Franklin, TN. The evening started promptly with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4:30 p.m. and was followed by the evening's festivities until 6 p.m. that included beverages and hors d'oeuvres. Among the attendees were several members of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Nashville CVC and associates from the home office of Chartwell Hospitality.

"SunTrust Commercial Real Estate has a longstanding relationship with Chartwell Hospitality and is proud to provide financing for their latest venture near Nashville," said Tom Curl, senior vice president at SunTrust Commercial Real Estate. "At SunTrust, we value clients like Chartwell that enhance the community through their developments. The new Courtyard by Marriott is truly a showplace and will no doubt enhance the travel experience of tourists and business people who visit Nashville. Congratulations on completing this beautiful new hotel."

The 123-room boutique hotel in Nashville officially opened on July 24th and offers a refreshing and stylish room design that helps guests stay connected, productive and comfortable. Thoughtfully planned, each Nashville, TN, guest room features plush bedding, a functional work space, spacious bathrooms, a separate seating area and complimentary in-room high-speed Internet.

The open, bright and contemporary Courtyard hotel lobby welcomes guests with vivid contrasting colors, including blue, green, orange and red. The traditional front desk is replaced with separate welcome pedestals to create more personal and private interactions when guests check in and allow staff to show guests the lobby features and provide assistance. Flexible seating options range from a communal table in the middle of the action, to more private media booths with high-definition televisions, to a more intimate, semi-enclosed lounge area.

A key component of the Courtyard lobby is the newly enhanced GoBoard® 4.0, which presents local information, maps, weather, and headline news on a 55-inch LCD touch screen. Designed with today's busy traveler in mind, the award-winning GoBoard® features mobile integration, enabling guests to send directions from the GoBoard® directly to their smart phones. Guests can also touch the screen for immediate access to detailed flight information for local airports, popular entertainment and local event information, as well as walking directions.

The three-story, Green Hills, Tennessee, hotel features a rooftop pool, an outdoor fire pit and fountain, fitness center and guest laundry, and offers 1606 square feet of meeting space to accommodate functions of up to 150 people.

About Courtyard Nashville Green Hills

Courtyard Nashville Green Hills is a contemporary haven poised at the heart of one of America's most vibrant cities. Located near the center of Nashville's Green Hills, adjacent to the Mall at Green Hills and moments from Hillsboro Village's unique shops, its innovative lobby offers engaging, modern conveniences and flexible spaces to work and relax. Guests can stay up on all of the latest news, weather and airport conditions via the hotel's GoBoard technology, or eat, drink and connect with Starbucks® coffee, specialty drinks and sandwiches at The Bistro. The hotel is minutes from famous sights like the Bluebird Café and the Country Music Hall of Fame and offers plenty of spaces for reenergizing when not out exploring, from its rooftop pool to its modern fitness center.

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CONTACT:
Nina Herrera-Davila
Marriott International
301-380-2691
Email Contact

Jonathan Cameron
General Manager
Courtyard Nashville Green Hills
615-298-7700

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