Expansions & Renovations

The Hotel Group Completes Multi-Million Dollar Renovation of Hilton Suites Brentwood

SEATTLE, WA. August 3, 2017 — The Hotel Group, a nationally recognized Top 40 hotel company, announced the completion of a multi-million-dollar renovation of their Hilton Brentwood/Nashville Suites Hotel in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Set in the rolling hills of Williamson County, the property has completed a transformational renovation of its atrium, front desk, dining outlets, and all public areas including an exclusive Hilton Honors lounge. The guestrooms were updated with all new soft goods and amenity centers. The property has re-branded its food and beverage outlets, now featuring bur bun, specializing in gourmet burgers and exquisite whiskeys, serving lunch, dinner, and cocktails; along with Rose & Emmet's, serving breakfast daily.

The 203-room property features all two-room suites featuring a bedroom with one king or two double beds and a spacious living room. Also, guests will find a microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker, iron/board, and two 42-inch HDTVs. All suites have a full-size sleeper sofa in the living room and a large residential sized bathroom.

"This transformational renovation positions our property to remain the preferred hotel in the market," said Lara Latture, COO of The Hotel Group. "We are confident guests will enjoy the new look and amenities and allow us to continue serving them with Hospitality Greatness."

The Hilton Brentwood/Nashville Suites is located eight miles south of downtown Nashville in a thriving business district, one mile from Maryland Farms and the Synergy Complex, and is the only full-service hotel in Brentwood. The Nashville International Airport is only 12 miles away, and there is an abundance of parks, bistros and premium shops for guests to explore during their stay.

About The Hotel Group

The Hotel Group is a nationally recognized Top 40 hotel company and currently manages and/or owns close to 40 properties in 11 states, representing 12 brands and employs more than 2,000 people. Since its inception in 1984, THG has managed and/or owned 125 properties in 25 states, directed the design and construction of more than 40 new hotels, and completed the acquisition of more than $190 million in private investment through the Hotel Group Opportunity Funds. For more information on THG and the services it offers, visit www.thehotelgroup.com.

Stacy Silver

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