Inspiring design, thoughtful extra details, and chic LA decor – all of this nestled in the heart of Nashville, TN. SoBro Guest House exceeded my expectations. I attended their grand opening party and immediately knew I wanted to work with them. SoBro (standing for South of Broadway) is an old apartment building from the 70’s, renovated into hotel rooms.
The coolest part? This is a virtual hotel. Meaning there is no front desk. No check in. Everything is done via email from your phone. How convenient? They even have 24/7 concierge and a grocery program, where they will stock the kitchen full of all your dietary requests. And it’s only two blocks from the main strip of honkey-tonks and famous bars on Broadway.
In the spirit of staying in a virtual boutique hotel, you know I had to record an episode of The Laptop Lifestyle! Jessica Steddom joined me at SoBro for an interview (and to take pictures of course) to talk about her journey as a full-time freelance photographer and learning to trust your talent. Listen to that full episode here.
After we recorded the podcast, we got dolled up and caught a Lyft to a restaurant I had been dying to try called The Farmhouse. With a southern flare, this farm to table downtown eatery was incredible. If you go, you must order their Skillet Cornbread with Sugar Butter. Yes – I said sugar butter. I’m still dreaming about that bread!
With our appetites satisfied, we journeyed back to SoBro for a relaxing evening of wine drinking, face masks and nail painting. It wouldn’t be a girls night in if we didn’t, right?!
The beds at SoBro are like sleeping on a cloud. It was difficult to get out of bed, but their french press coffee did the trick. After our morning coffee, we took a bit more photos and went to work.
If you are in the Nashville area or visiting from out of town, SoBro is where you want to go for an upscale, relaxed stay. I couldn’t think of a better place to start and end my day then at SoBro. I will definitely be back!