Every time I browse for hotels in Nashville, I am surprised at how inexpensive this hotel is compared to others. It is listed as "downtown" but it isn't, and it really isn't even walking distance because there is a bridge between it and downtown (and often construction nearby). The lobby is nice and the gift shop has basic things you might have forgotten (toiletries, Advil, snacks), and there is an alright bar if you decide to stay in. There is an outdoor pool there, but I have never used it because of seasonal restrictions. If you plan to stay here, you'll have to have a car to make it downtown (and good luck finding parking), hire a cab ($35ish dollars), or take the shuttle provided by the hotel when it is available. Also, no continental breakfast. The rooms are alright, but dated, and the walls are paper-thin. One time, there was a couple fighting all night in the room next door and I did not get much sleep. It was a tad unnerving that I could hear their entire conversation, word-for-word, through the wall. When I stood against the wall and asked them to quiet down, they could hear me too.
I've stayed here two or three times now because I went on a budget for a business trip (with a car), but if I was visiting Nashville for fun, I'd definitely want to pay up and stay downtown where I can access the hotel if needed. Still, when I see that price online, it's hard to resist..
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