JW Marriott Nashville Opens and Debuts New Spa

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The JW Marriott Nashville recently opened along with the Spa by JW. 

Situated on the third floor of the new JW Marriott Nashville, next to a 10,000-square-foot outdoor pool deck, is the Spa by JW. The space, which was concepted by design firm Stonehill Taylor, is bathed in natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows while steel, stone, and glass gracefully contrast with the natural color palette of the spa’s interior. The spa is helmed by spa director Kendra Rice and features a treatment menu filled with services performed using Aromatherapy Associates and Natura Bisse products.

“We are thrilled to launch our Spa by JW in Nashville,” says general manager Lukus Kindlesparker. “Ms. Rice has put together an exceptionally talented team who have dedicated their professional careers to wellness and fitness; she prides herself on creating a culture that delivers extraordinary service with a welcoming, integrated approach.”

 

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