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Hall of Fame • 2008
Winner - The Hermitage Hotel - Nashville, Tennessee

The Hotel Hermitage in Nashville (named after Andrew Jackson's Hermitage estate) opened its doors on September 17, 1910.
Only the finest materials were used: Italian sienna marble in the entrance; wall panels of Russian walnut; a cut, stained glass
ceiling in the vaulted lobby; Persian rugs; and massive, overstuffed furniture. As Nashville's first million-dollar hotel, it was the
preferred gathering place for the city's socialites. The Hermitage Hotel was a symbol of Nashville's emergence as a major
Southern city. The restrooms reflect this care in craftsmanship as well.

             
             
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Top Restroom Features:
- Art Deco-themed
- Leaded-glass tiles
- Authentic terrazzo floors
- Shoeshine station

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