Nashville is now a destination city. So how can boutique hotels stand out? Hutton Hotel has converted space into the perfect place for traveling musicians.
When they asked the Nashville community what to do with extra space, Hutton Hotel heard back loud and clear.
"The resounding answer was we need more writers’ rooms because this town is all about the creation of song,” said Bruce Flohr, of Red Light Management.
He said Hutton reached out to country star Dierks Bentley and Ryan Tedder from OneRepublic to find out what their perfect rooms would look like.
"They came back with things down to the smallest detail, like Ryan's green rug and Dierks wanted a certain kind of couch,” he said.
Keelan Donovan said it's the added details, state-of-the art equipment and creature comforts that help him to make music.
“Everything from the shades, to the vocal booths, to the candles and the whiskey on hand it's an amazing room to be inspired by,” he said.
To book time in the rooms, visit Hutton Hotel's website.