Updated housing options for the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting are available beginning today, Monday (April 26). Those with hotel reservations at or near the Gaylord Opryland Hotel can shift to any of 19 downtown hotel options.
The SBC Executive Committee announced April 15 that the annual meeting, June 15-16, would move from the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center to the Music City Center in downtown Nashville, which boasts some of the amazing restaurants in Nashville, allowing for adequate space amid COVID-19 concerns.
The exhibit hall and childcare will also move to the Music City Center, as will the 2021 Send Conference, which is immediately preceding the annual meeting on June 13-14.
Hotel reservations made through the housing website link at the Annual Meeting website—as well as housing reservations made directly with a hotel or through a third party—must be canceled or modified through sbcannualmeeting.net.
Of the available hotels, 19 are in the downtown Nashville area. Nightly rates are:
- Cambria-Downtown – $189
- Courtyard-Downtown – $205
- Drury Plaza-Downtown– $189
- Grand Hyatt-Downtown – $249
- Hilton-Downtown – $249
- Holiday Inn & Suites-Downtown/Convention Center – $209
- Holston House-Downtown – $239
- Home2 Suites-Downtown – $179
- Hyatt House-Downtown/SoBro – $169
- Hyatt Place-Downtown – $179
- JW Marriott-Downtown – $239 (Convention hotel 1)
- Noelle Hotel-Downtown – $239
- Omni Hotel-Downtown – $239
- Renaissance-Downtown – $195
- The Joseph-Downtown – $289
- The Westin-Downtown (Convention hotel 2) – $209
- Thompson Hotel-Downtown – $229
- TownePlace Suites-Downtown – $169
- Tru Hotel-Downtown – $179
More hotels and hotel rooms in proximity to Music City Center are expected to be added as the annual meeting approaches, Executive Committee leaders said.
Reprinted from Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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