Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Elevates Guest Experience with Cutting-Edge “Tune Fitness Studio”

Nashville, Tenn. (January 24, 2024) – Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, the prestigious and consistently awarded AAA Four Diamond hotel in Nashville, is unveiling a new chapter in its commitment to guest well-being by introducing its state-of-the-art fitness haven – the Tune Fitness Studio. Spanning an impressive 1,963 square feet, the boutique-style fitness facility is now open 24/7, redefining Nashville’s hospitality landscape by integrating cutting-edge technology and a comprehensive array of wellness options.

Named “Tune Fitness Studio” as a nod to tuning up one’s instrument and health, the facility is strategically located on the mezzanine level of the hotel. Boasting the title of Nashville’s most technologically advanced hotel gym, Tune Fitness Studio is a testament to Loews Vanderbilt Hotel’s dedication to providing an unparalleled experience for its diverse clientele.

The fitness studio houses 13 cardio machines, featuring two Peloton stationary bikes and various Technogym products, including rowers, treadmills, ellipticals, stair climbers, and recumbent stationary bikes. Strength-training enthusiasts will find an array of options, including a Lululemon Mirror with guided workouts, plate-loaded strength machines, a 15-pair dumbbell rack, barbells, benches, and a power rack. Additionally, a mirrored alcove caters to agility training, stretching, and body-weight workouts.

In alignment with the 2024 fitness trends identified by the American College of Sports Medicine, the Tune Fitness Studio prioritizes connected fitness. Wearable technology, mobile exercise apps, and personal training are seamlessly integrated into the facility, empowering guests to personalize their workouts and monitor their progress through data-driven performance results.

Hugh Anderson, General Manager at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, collaborated with the architectural and interior design firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio to meticulously curate a facility that caters to the individual needs of the hotel’s entertainment, jet-setting, and business travelers.

Anderson emphasized the personal nature of health and wellness goals, stating, “Health and wellness goals are personal to each person, which is why we knew it was important to provide our guests with an array of connected fitness options to monitor their activity while staying with us easily.”

The Tune Fitness Studio’s spacious layout features an industrial yet sophisticated aesthetic, incorporating black, gray, and creamy white details complemented by warm wood finishes. The entrance corridor showcases acoustic slat wood paneling, leading guests to a fitness-inspired black-and-white mural. Five 8.5-foot-tall picture-frame windows offer breathtaking views of Vanderbilt University’s Romantic-style architecture and fill the space with natural light.

Specialized ergonomic flooring with Vulcanized Composition Rubber enhances energy restitution and optimizes performance, ensuring foot comfort and sound control. The experiential element of music is woven throughout the hotel, and Tune Fitness Studio offers guests the option to enjoy invigorating playlists through 11 strategically placed speakers. At the same time, three 65-inch SMART televisions provide programming at guests’ discretion.

Complementing the fitness experience, guests can enjoy a selection of hydrating beverages, filtered and fruit-infused water, cold-pressed juices, fresh fruit, and nutrient-dense treats. Moisture-absorbing towels and refreshing chilled clothes add to the overall comfort of the fitness journey.

The Tune Fitness Studio goes beyond the ordinary with two private, gender-neutral restrooms equipped with individual showers, expansive vanities, and frameless mirrors integrated with LED lighting.

For guests inclined towards open-air activities, the hotel’s strategic location is less than a mile from Centennial Park’s outdoor paths and vast green spaces. The Baritone presidential-style designer suite also boasts a private nook housing the property’s third stationary Peloton bike.

Quick Facts:

  • Number of cardio machines: 13
  • Number of strength machines: 9
  • Maximum weight of dumbbells: 75 pounds
  • Water: Yes
  • Towels: Yes
  • Peloton Bikes: 2
  • Lululemon Mirror: 1

Equipment Includes:

  • Lululemon Mirror – weight training machine with guided workouts on-screen
  • Peloton Bike – a stationary bike with the option for guided workouts
  • Technogym Skillrow – rowing
  • Excite Live Run – treadmill
  • Excite Live Climb – stair climber.
  • Excite Live Recline – recumbent stationary bike.
  • Excite Live Synchro – elliptical
  • Dual Adjustable Pulley – strength training
  • Chest – upper body strength training
  • Lat Machine – upper body strength training
  • Shoulder Press – upper body strength training
  • Dual Leg Curl / Extension – lower body strength training
  • Leg Press – lower body strength training
  • 15-Pair Dumbbell Rack – strength training
  • Adjustable Benches: 2
  • Multi Power Rack – strength training
  • Tools – balanced dome, balance pad, medicine ball, slam balls, foam roller, mobility stick, power bands, jump rope, agility ladder, and cones

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Author: NFM Staff

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