White Limozeen rooftop bar opens at Graduate Nasvhville
The glam and gloriously pink venue, run by US hospitality team Marc Rose and Med Abrous was opened in July 2020. The indoor-outdoor rooftop space has been designed to celebrate the uniquely Nashville identity of unapologetically following your dreams.
The Graduate Hotels group is a collection of thoughtfully crafted hotels located in dynamic university-anchored cities across the US. Each property aims to commemorate the optimistic energy of its community. Graduate Nashville, with 205 rooms, is positioned at 101 20th Avenue North in Nashville’s Midtown neighborhood on West End Ave, steps from Vanderbilt University and a short walk to the city’s best entertainment on Lower Broadway.
The stunning décor for White Limozeen’s was designed by Graduate Hotels’ in-house studio to create a distinct sense of place upon arrival. White Limozeen tells the story of making it big in Music City, encouraging everyone from country music stars to overnight guests to indulge in the magic of chasing your dreams.
The indoor section of the venue features a statement onyx wraparound bar complemented by bold, bright pink walls, gilded accents and sparkling chandeliers. Meanwhile, vintage fabrics and plush furniture have been used to contrast the glitz and establish an inviting, lounge-like feel.
At the outdoor patio area, the eye-catching space is brought to life with oversized daybeds, bright pink seating vignettes and a wading pool, dubbed the ‘Governor’s Pool’. There’s even more whimsical touches to discover, including pink striped exterior walls and outdoor greenery; and a larger-than-life Dolly Parton statue crafted from pink chicken wire and positioned above contrasting black and white checkerboard flooring.
“We’re thrilled to finally open our doors at White Limozeen and welcome locals and travelers alike to experience this over-the-top, elegant, yet inviting rooftop destination. Inspired by Music City greats who moved to Nashville to chase their dreams, White Limozeen is a celebration of the nonconformists that have always done it their own way. It’s unique, beyond special, and tells the narrative of a relentless, rags-to-riches journey. Whether you are playing for tips on a stool on 16th Avenue, selling out Nissan Stadium, or just stopping by for a cocktail, this will be an unforgettable experience for everyone,” said Ben Weprin, Graduate Hotels CEO and Founder.