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Nashville Hotel Optional Room Upgrades

For those attending the LCCA Nashville Convention, we will be staying at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville (777 McGavock Pike, Nashville TN, 37214). The hotel will be releasing its booking block to coincide with the release of the February TLR allowing us to book our rooms directly on the Host Hotel website developed exclusively for the LCCA. This site will provide hotel information and will allow our members to register directly on the site at the club contracted book rate of $149.00 per night (plus tax).

As in past years, this attractive room rate is available for the three days prior (as early as July 19) and the three days post-convention (as late as August 3) for members who would like to come early or stay in Nashville for their own personal activities.

For the first time, members will HAVE THE OPTION of getting the same standard size rooms facing the interior courtyard (for an additional $5.00 per night - $154 total per night) or of a considerable room size upgrade to a much larger junior suite for an additional $50.00 per night ($199 total per night). THIS CHOICE IS ENTIRELY AT THE DISCRETION OF THE MEMBER. THE CLUB STILL OFFERS THE STANDARD HOTEL ROOM FOR ALL MEMBERS AT THE CONTRACTED PRICE OF $149. THE CLUB DOES NOT BENEFIT IN ANY WAY IF A MEMBER ELECTS TO GET AN UPGRADED ROOM. The hotel will continue to offer the $149 rate up to the full extent of the contracted booking with the LCCA to those members who do not select the upgrades.

For those wondering, the hotel does have rooms both facing the interior courtyard and those facing away from the hotel. The hotel (not the LCCA) puts a premium on the rooms facing the courtyard, outside pool and patio. The standard rooms themselves are the same size, same layout, same great features, and differ only the external window view. All rooms use the same restaurants, event space and same hallways. The hotel can do this because they can meet the LCCA booking without using external rooms, and therefore does offer upgrades for the rooms not in our book.

The website will be up and running when the February issue of TLR is issued. Best to use this site to get the best LCCA rate. Make sure you connect your room reservation with the LCCA book to get this exclusive rate for a room in Nashville in July!

For reference, here are some images of the internal space and a picture of the hotel.

courtyardhotel outside