LLV A taste of Nashville- June 14-18, 2023

Join us at the first “A Taste of” event—an intimate experience for a select number of couples.

Please note, this is not a total takeover. No nudity of any sort, except in the Hospitality Suite.

From: $499.25 per Person / per night 



LLV 2023 “A Taste of Nashville!”

5 Days / 4 nights

Join us on the first of a new category of travel events, our “A Taste of” series. These events will be more intimate, curated experiences for a select number of couples.

Country music is mega hot right now, so we’re heading right to the heart of it. That’s right, Nashville baby! Known as Music City, it’s one of the top tourist spots in America and even in the world. Home to fantastic music, amazing food, the Grand Ole Opry, and the Ryman Auditorium. There’s no shortage of fun things to do in this music mecca!

Join us and 20 other lucky couples for a 5-day, 4-night Nashville experience. We’ll be staying at the ultra-hip Virgin Hotel Nashville, a contemporary boutique hotel right in the heart of downtown Nashville. It boasts a fabulous rooftop bar and pool and is super close to Broadway, where most of the celebrity bars are located.

What’s included?

Your reservation will include:

• 4-night stay at the Virgin Nashville

•   Welcome Cocktail Reception

•  USD 25 full breakfast credit per room, per day

•   2 group lunches out in the city

•   2 group dinners

•   Wine tasting at a local vineyard (there are over 40 of them!)

•   Daily group events

•   Hospitality Suite at the Virgin

*Please note, this is not a total takeover. No nudity of any sort, except in the Hospitality Suite.

This event will sell out in a hot country minute, so don’t wait to book!

Nashville “the Music City”

Nashville: Endless entertainment in Music City, USA
Now more than ever, Nashville is on the radar. Named one of the “Best Places to Travel” by Travel + Leisure, one of the “Top Places to Go” by The New York Times, and one of the “Destinations You Don’t Want to Miss Out On” by Conde Nast Traveler, Nashville offers everything from an electrifying multigenre music scene, award-winning cuisine, historic homes, world-class art, a myriad of attractions, unique shopping, college and professional sports, and more.

Of course, music remains Nashville’s calling card to the world and is the very heart of the city. Long recognized as the world’s capital of country music, Music City’s sounds also include pop, rock, gospel, Americana, bluegrass, jazz, classical, contemporary Christian, blues and soul. With more than 120 live music venues across the city, there is something for everyone. You’ll catch pickers and songwriters all over town, in places like bluegrass venue Station Inn, the rock venue Exit/In, the honky-tonks on Broadway, the song-centered Bluebird Cafe or the legendary Ryman Auditorium.

There are hosts of attractions that have made Music City famous, such as the ultimate country music venue the Grand Ole Opry and the world-renowned Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The Johnny Cash Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts in the world. The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors musicians – from stars to studio players – who represent all genres of music and features the very instruments used to record some of music’s greatest hits.

While Nashville has long been known for its expansive music scene, the talent and creativity of its culinary scene has recently put Nashville on the map. Dubbed “The Coolest, Tastiest City in the South” by Bon Appetit, Nashville’s creative spirit has infiltrated into its kitchens, turning them into the chef’s studios. From Southern fare to haute cuisine to quite literally everything in between, Nashville satisfies all palates.

With its charming mix of musical, historical and cultural flavors, Nashville is truly a city for all seasons and styles.


1 Dinner Included at House of Cards Nashville -Unique Dining & Entertainment experience *DRESS CODE: Red & black*

 *DRESS CODE:  Red & Black*

Located underground in a one of a kind 10,000 square foot space, the venue offers an evening for guests unlike any other in the history of the South.

​Once guests arrive, they begin a journey via secret tunnel which leads to a magical world that has been characterized as indescribable by anyone who’s visited. From the beautiful hand-crafted bar, to the multimillion dollar collection of art, European antiques and magic-related artifacts, the interior is the result of four years of design, planning and artisanship resulting in a one of a kind ambience not found anywhere else in the world.

House of Cards celebrates the art of magic, classic American cuisine and fine hand-crafted cocktails under one roof. Guests are encouraged to explore the dining room to enjoy the rare collections and be entertained by some of America’s top magicians who are stationed throughout the venue to provide mind-boggling illusions and tricks all evening long.

Amazing Nightlife

One of the must-do activities is walking down Lower Broadway, better known as Lower Broad. Dubbed the Honky Tonk Highway, Lower Broad is the heart of Downtown Nashville. The entertainment district comprises four street blocks. The stretch is packed with restaurants, music venues, and bars.

Lower Broad celebrates the country music scene in Music City. Many of its music bars (or honky-tonks) have historical significance. They’ve landed Lower Broad on the United States National Register of Historic Places. This district is the perfect place to see talented aspiring country musicians aim for the stars. Many bars don’t have a cover charge either, making it a no-brainer for country music fans.

Musicians Hall Of Fame & museum – Guided Tour

the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Housing one of the largest music collections in the world, the museum is one of the top things to see in Nashville. For country music fans, it’s a dream come true.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum teems with photos, plaques, and memorabilia. You’ll spot musical instruments belonging to world-famous country music artists. Some of the museum’s most famous artifacts include Carl Perkins’ blue suede shoes and Elvis Presley’s gold piano.

At the museum, you can also watch little-seen archive footage of stars performing live. Learn more about your favorite country artists with its bibliographical reels & interactive exhibits.

After your museum visit, be sure to cross the street to check out the Music City Walk of Fame. Located in the Nashville Music Garden, the walk of fame pays tribute to country music’s biggest stars. Scan the star-studded pavement for legends like Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash.

Belle Meade Winery – Progeressive Food & Wine Pairing with Mansion Tour

Located a few miles south of Nashville, Belle Meade Plantation is a beautiful historical site for a great day out of the city. On a day trip, you’ll tour its 18th- and 19th-century Greek Revival mansion, carriage houses, cabins, and slave quarters.

Stunning Rooftop Pool

The hotel’s fourteenth-floor rooftop restaurant and bar The Pool Club offer a delicious food menu, champagne cocktails, and impressive city views.

Excellent location Hotels- Virgin Nashville

Virgin Hotels Nashville is located in Music Row, a neighborhood in Nashville, and is in the entertainment district.

Provides accommodation with a fitness center, private parking, a terrace and a bar & restaurant, air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.

1 Lunch included at MARTIN’S BAR-B-QUE JOINT

West Tennessee’s legendary whole-hog BBQ tradition is the cornerstone of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint. Pat Martin learned the art and craft of West Tennessee-style smoke and meat 25 years ago in the tiny town of Henderson, TN before making Nashville his home. It became a consuming passion that eventually led to a business when he opened the first Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint in October of 2006 in Nolensville, Tennessee – just south of Nashville. From the sides to the sauces, everything is made from scratch every single day – You’ll never find a freezer or microwave in our kitchens. But the bar-b-que actually starts a day ahead, as the process for smoking…

Farewell Cocktail at Virgin Nashville Hotel

Dress Code:  Daisy dukes and Sexy Cowboys

Save a horse, ride a cowboy!  Are you a sexy cowboy(girl) in denim and boots or are you a naughty Indian with feathers and beads? Maybe an Old West bartender or a saloon girl?  The choice is yours, but we are definitely looking for SEXY! (The close event will be held at Virgin Resort)

Ryman Auditorium – Guided Tour

For country music fans, visiting the Ryman Auditorium is one of the highlights of a trip to Nashville. Visiting the famed theater brings to life over a century’s worth of legendary performances. Standing on its stage, you’ll be in the footsteps of legends like Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash.

Virgin Hotels Nashville

Stay and play in the heart of Nashville, this boutique hotel is conveniently located in the historic Music Row neighborhood, steps from Nashville Broadway.

Virgin Hotels is a luxury lifestyle hospitality brand that combines heartfelt service with a personalized hotel experience.

Provides accommodation with a fitness center, private parking, a terrace and a bar & restaurant, air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.

The property intermixes a passion for food and beverage with music,
design, and culture, fusing with the local landscape and providing a vibrant and inclusive environment for

Chamber King room

Air conditioning | Private Bathroom |Flat-screen TV |MinibarFree |WiFi

Step inside a unique two-chamber concept featuring a spacious design to make your stay more comfortable. The Dressing Room includes a full vanity tucked between two closet systems, sit-down makeup desk with mounted illuminated mirror, and an extra-large shower with a bench complete with Red Flower toiletries. A sliding barn wooden door (complete with peephole) separates it from The Lounge, which features Virgin’s patented ergonomically designed bed, a red SMEG® mini-fridge stocked with street-priced snacks, High Definition TV, a yoga mat, pedestal table and a cozy built-in window seating offers views of the Nashville skyline and Music Row. All Chambers feature custom lighting on sensors that automatically illuminate when guests move and ample outlets for smartphones and other electronic devices. 300 ft²

$499.25 USD per person/per night  ( all taxes included)