My husband and I, along with several other middle-age couples, booked rooms to enjoy a weekend of music in Nashville. We arrived back at our rooms about 2:00 a.m.and were preparing for bed when we received a knock on the door and a hotel employee informed us that they had received a complaint from another guest that we were too "noisy." Okay, 2:00 a.m., we'll buy that, even though we were doing nothing more than talking. Between 8:30 and 9:00 a.m. we were up getting ready to check out when we received another knock on the door, with the same complaint. Apparently, the next door guest had complained yet again. Though we were doing nothing more than showering and talking, the hotel employee was quick to tell us that she would have to ask us to leave (which we were preparing to do, anyway). If noise was an issue to the next door guests, I couldn't help but wonder why they were staying at a hotel next to an international AIRPORT! I am in my fifties and have traveled with the same group of companions many, many times. We have NEVER been approached by a hotel employee telling us we were too noisy for other guests. The accommodations were clean, though, and the beds had good linens, though they were small. Maybe the Music City Sheraton needs to invest in better sound-proofing!
If noise is an issue, do not stay here. The guests may be loud, and you can hear jets from the airp...
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February 20, 2013
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It is good to hear the hotel was clean and the accomodations (linens) were comfortable. I do apologize for the construction of the hotel and lack of soundproof materials (between rooms and in the guest corridors) that didn't allow the guest to carry on in the fashion they desired.
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