I stayed at this location for almost 2 months while I was stationed at Fort Campbell working as a government military contractor. The room itself was quite spacious and still had plenty of room to move around even after having a very large dresser, mini-fridge, microwave, a table, chair, and a king size bed.The bed was by the far the most comfortable one I'd ever slept in at a hotel. The bathroom was considerably large too and had high-quality toiletries that smelled fantastic. The staff was very polite and even on the weekends when I returned very late at night (or more like early in the morning) from partying in Nashville they greeted me with a smile and asked me how my evening was. There was some construction going on because the hotel was in the process of updating its facilities, but I didn't mind that. The only thing I disliked was the breakfast selection. Most of the options were packaged processes items like honey-buns, donuts, and other items you would find at a gas station. I suppose this may have been done as a convenience for guests that were in a hurry to leave in the mornings, but it was a little disappointing for those that were actually hoping to sit down to a hot meal of various foods.