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With Over 100+ Curated Pieces, This Nashville Hotel Doubles As A Museum

By: Bento Living / 13 Nov 2022
Nashville is home to some of the most talented musicians in the country, but their often-overlooked art scene is equally as formidable. For those itching for an extra-dose of culture, the art housed at BentoLiving Chestnut Hill will have you feeling like you just stepped out of a museum. 
 
BentoLiving's expertly curated collection provides a stunning introduction to the cultural richness of the surrounding neighborhood. In addition to pieces in each of the boutique property's 89 rooms, original artworks hang throughout corridors as a visual conversation with global artists. 
 
 "The galleries create a cultural exchange, allowing guests to feel the common experience of the human spirit across divergent geographies," says Justin Koziol, Chief Operating Officer of BentoLiving. "A dedicated collection honors artists from both Nashville and Hawaii reflecting our founders' Hawaiian roots and their love of art and sculpture."
 
To view a selection of BentoLiving's full collection click here.
 
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Couched between the distillery-and-brewery haven known as Wedgewood-Houston and the upscale shopping of The Gulch, you'll find the historic Chestnut Hill neighborhood where BentoLiving calls home. And this apartment-style hotel really does feel like home - each of the 89 rooms has a fully-equipped kitchen, a stylishly furnished living room, and washer/dryer - but with the added bonus of a 24-hour concierge and valet services. The five-bed suite is perfect for larger groups, but if you're traveling solo, the studio is the way to go. A rooftop bar hosts live music performances during the weekend along with one of the best views of Downtown Nashville. Can't get enough of Music City? BentoLiving also offers long-term stays, which might just convince you to move here. That was the goal all along.
 
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