Tuesday August 26, 2008
Nashville’s five-star Hermitage Hotel (home of the well-regarded Capitol Grille restaurant) has been named the finest restroom in America by voters in the 7th annual “America’s Best Restroom” contest, The Tennessan reports. The Hermitage received the coveted “America’s Best Restroom” plaque of recognition during a special presentation Aug. 27 and secured its place in the “America’s Best Restroom Hall of Fame” found at www.bestrestroom.com.
“From the architecture and room furnishings to exceptional customer service, The Hermitage Hotel has an uncompromising commitment to excellence,” said Greg Sligh, Hermitage Hotel president and managing director. “This philosophy defines everything in the hotel – including our distinctive Art Deco men’s room, which has long been known as Nashville’s most unique and elegant restroom. It is an honor for this whimsically distinctive facility to be recognized nationally as well.”