Studies show the success of any convention center hinges on the availability of hotel space.
For the new Music City Center, the still under construction Omni Nashville hotel will provide 800 of those needed rooms.
On the outside, it's all steel, concrete and stone, but Nashville's News 2 takes a look at what the hotel will offer on the inside.
"This is a typical room. This is a king guest room, roughly 410 square feet, which is the largest in our comp set in Middle Tennessee outside of an all suite hotel," said Rod Roadarmel with the Omni Hotel.
The hotel will offer unique furniture and artwork.
"There is our Hatch Show Print they did specifically for the Omni Nashville," Roadarmel said.
There will be four restaurants from white table cloths to chips and drinks in your swimsuit.
"Yeah, we will have a pool bar and restaurant area there at the north side of the pool. The pool will be open 365 days a year; it is heated," Roadarmel explained.
There will be 746 rooms and 54 suites with group rates starting at $195 upwards to $300.
The hotel will also feature a full service spa and 24-hour room service.
The most intriguing and unique aspect of the Omni Nashville is the connection to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
"We are seamlessly connected on the first, second and fourth floors, and our guests will be able to register at hour hotel and literally walk through the lobby right into the shared lobby and right into the exhibits at the country music hall of fame," Roadarmel said.
He added, "We are projecting that 35 to 40 percent of our business will be leisure guests, and folks coming for the Nashville experience from out of town."
The grand opening of the Omni Nashville Hotel is slated for October.