Set across the street from the Frist Art Museum, this sophisticated hotel off Interstate 65/Interstate 40 is 13 minutes’ walk from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. It’s a mile from Tennessee State Museum.
Polished rooms feature flat-screens, mini fridges and coffee makers. Some have sofas. Suites provide living rooms; upgraded suites add dining tables. Club quarters offer access to a private lounge with evening snacks and drinks. Room service is available 24/7.
Amenities consist of 7 restaurants, including 1 with a rooftop bar, plus a spa, a fitness room and an outdoor pool. There’s also valet parking, breakfast and Wi-Fi.
From its very beginnings, Nashville grew from a foundation built on music. Music has been the common thread connecting the life & soul of the city and its people, and visitors have ventured here to experience the music that weaves such a fundamental pattern in its cultural, business and social fabric. Nashville’s first “celebrity,” the noted frontiersman and Congressman Davy Crockett was known far and wide for his colorful stories and fiddle playing. Diversity is a key part of the city’s past, present and future and it is a model of the American “melting pot” with a deep African American history, an active Native American population, thriving Hispanic community, and growing Middle Eastern and Asian presence. Different cultures, religions, ideas, and customs come together harmoniously in Music City. Nashville has a story to tell. From Greek temples to Greek-Revival mansions to its strong musical heritage, Nashville wears its history proud. Now more than ever, Nashville is on the radar. Nashville offers everything from an electrifying multigenre music scene, award-winning cuisine, historic homes, world-class art, a myriad of attractions, unique shopping, college and professional sports, and more.
Host Company offers progressive CULINARY Arts training programs through a specific training department focus/concentration (Commissary, Garde Manger, Banquets, casual Quick Serve, Cascades Garden Upscale) & common phases may include: (See Training Plan for Specifics)
Depending on the specific training dept. assigned, Exchange Visitors may learn or gain experience with preparations used to make resort operations run successfully, methodologies, recipes, quality & presentation standards, oven, grill & other equipment operations, while learning productivity and time management skills. They may learn ways to be flexible with guests and gain experience with Grill, Saute’, Sushi and various stations. They may learn banquet operations and commissary storage, how to create a unique culinary experience, and how to plate & execute upscale a la carte dining.
Housing and Transportation
Your Host Organization will arrange temporary housing on-site for the first 14 days.
The above information is accurate at this time but final placement arrangements are subject to change. When you have been selected, please carefully review your final placement details in your Program Information Guide. It is your responsibility to read and understand your placement details BEFORE signing your work agreement and Program Information Guide acknowledgment form that indicates the acceptance of your placement details.