Flood Updates from The Hermitage Hotel

Hello from Nashville! I am sure many of you have seen the devastating images of Nashville after the flooding this weekend. It is heartbreaking to hear the stories of our team members, friends, and neighbors throughout the city who have lost so much through this event. Fortunately, help and rescue efforts began immediately and relief is pouring in from all over the state. (Which is why we are called the Volunteer State.)

That said, we do want to reassure you that Nashville, and The Hermitage Hotel, are ready to welcome you to the city. The airport is open, flights are landing, and the roads leading to downtown Nashville are clear. Of course The Hermitage Hotel is open and fully operational, as is the award winning Capitol Grille. To date we have had no damage to any part of the hotel.  Finally, our entertainment venues are still making the music that has made Nashville what it is today.  In fact, venues that were booked with entertainment but have been affected by the flooding have relocated those shows to other venues in the city. Many of them are right across the street from The Hermitage Hotel.

Please let us know how we can make your stay more special. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Warm Regards,
Janet

Janet Kurtz
Director of Sales & Marketing
The Hermitage Hotel
231 Sixth Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219
Direct: 615-345-7120
Fax: 615-242-8715
jkurtz@thehermitagehotel.com
http://www.thehermitagehotel.com
http://www.capitolgrillenashville.com
Tennessee’s only AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star award winning hotel.

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One response to “Flood Updates from The Hermitage Hotel

  1. Alexandra Kessler

    I am so sorry to hear that so many have been hurt by the flood. I began staying at the Hermitage in the 80’s before it was renovated. My family met Minnesota Fats who lived there at the time. My daughter and I stay over when we travel and are always so happy to come back to such warm and friendly people. My heart goes out to all that have been touched by the flood.

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