Printer’s Alley, tucked between downtown Nashville’s Third and Fourth Avenues, earned its name as home to a thriving publishing industry—two large newspapers, ten print shops, and a multitude of publishers—through the early 20th century. The city, much like the printing industry, is adapting and changing to shifting markets and emerging technologies. While the iconic Printer’s Alley sign is the only remaining vestige of that bygone era, Nashville continues to boast an incredibly rich tapestry of storytelling and creative enterprise. The Printing House offers a decidedly modern take on Music City’s charm and tradition, offering an homage to the visual language of typography, and delighting in the history and evolution of the city’s publishing industry. A stay in the Nashville Tapestry Hotel invites guests to celebrate of the age-old art of storytelling, the legacy of print, and the heritage and evolution of a city.