Kimpton Aertson Hotel sways to a different tune in Music City. Here in Midtown, locals unwind amid artistry and academia, cuisine and cocktails. It's an inside view of Nashville just beyond the glow of storied honky tonks and neon signs.
As the boutique hotel centerpiece of the much-anticipated Aertson Midtown mixed-use project, we invite you to join us for American brasserie fare, city and campu
Being a former employee at this hotel, and also a fan of it, I could tell you that the cleanliness and sanitation steps followed at this hotel are strictly managed. The bathroom is sparkling. I’ve gifted myself a short visit to the beautiful Aertson and was welcomed by the best front office staff, Rusty & Morgan. Rusty & The GM (Mark) of this location are the most genuine and humble gentlemen you will ever meet! BOOK AND PAMPER YOURSELF.
We stayed in June when some practices had changed for coronavirus - maybe this impacted the front desk staff's mood. It's a nice hotel with comfy beds, sleek finishes and a good location, but missed the mark. Why underwhelming? 1) Staff - The reception was lukewarm at best. I had to ask for a luggage cart and request details on where to park / if there was a preferred green space to take our dog / etc. Not a true problem, but it didn't live up to the Kimpton reputation. 2) Bathroom - There was mold in the grout around the shower door and on the handle to turn on the water (it obscured the Waterworks logo - showcase your high-end finishes, don't leave them dirty!) Also hairs on the toiletries in the shower + bathroom floor and grime. 3) Upkeep - In the room there were heavy scuff marks on several walls (a magic eraser would have fixed this) + the carpet was worn - it aged otherwise attractive finishes. The bed was comfy, but the flat sheet was barely tucked in. 4) Coronavirus - Appreciated the staff wearing masks + were told the rooms are left vacant for 72 hours before housekeeping cleans. Would be great to have hand-sanitizer available for use by guests, especially in the lobby - the entrance doors are heavy and you can't use an elbow - and by the elevators. All of these things individually are minor, but the combination of them left us underwhelmed for a hotel of this caliber. There are other high-end, pet-friendly hotels in Nashville - we'll try a different one next time.…
Beautiful hotel with staff that is willing to go the extra mile. Perfect spot with plenty of great places to go for food and drinks. The Henley restaurant was closed but previous visits made it one of my favorite spots to have a drink with friends.
The Kimpton Aertson Hotel is my go to hotel when I am visiting Nashville. I have stayed at this property a total of 4 times now. I really enjoy the vibe of this property. The beds are super comfy, the bathrooms are very spacious and the hotel staff has always been friendly to me. Tip: Ask for a Pony at the front desk! The location is incredible! Two Boots pizza is right next door and is open late so you can grab some slices before heading in after a night out in Midtown. Winners Bar, Losers Bar, Red Door Salon and many others are all steps from the hotel. The restaurant attached to the hotel, the Henley, is sure to satisfy! I love their breakfast options and dinner options as well. Their burger is pretty amazing and the cocktail program is on point! They have a vast wine selection, too! I have stayed at many Kimpton properties across the United States and have always had wonderful experiences. You really can’t go wrong with any of the Kimpton hotels!…
Chic, modern hotel in downtown Nashville with a surprisingly well-curated art collection. I truly enjoyed my stay and roaming around the common areas of the property. The staff was friendly and helpful. The location is excellent. My only disappointment was The Henley Restaurant. The service was ok, but the food quality was very poor. I would stay at The Aertson again, but I would not eat at The Henley again -- too many amazing door options within walking distance.