New York Times: The Fairlane brings swinging ‘70s swag to Nashville’s booming hotel scene

New York Times: The Fairlane brings swinging ‘70s swag to Nashville’s booming hotel scene

“Ideal for a traveler looking for a little retro attitude, the Fairlane has fun with its swinging ’70s style,” pens the New York Times. The 81-room boutique property – which opened in March in Nashville’s booming hotel scene – occupies a former bank building in the cool Arts District and draws inspiration from the shagtastic ‘70s, with modernist highlights including “terrazzo floors, original oak paneling, colorful seating areas in the lobby and a Scandinavian-style fire pit in the penthouse.”

Read the full review or book your own groovy room here: https://nyti.ms/2Kdjyhd