We stayed at the Marriot Renaissance in Nashville, TN the weekend prior to the Fourth of July 2006. We had been warned by others on this site to stay away from some other downtown Nashville hotels, so we took heed and picked this one as it got the best reviews. We were not disappointed. Upon arrival the desk staff was friendly and quick. I had signed up as a Marriot rewards customer and was given a 25 percent off coupon for any meals in the hotel. Our room was on the 7th floor on the corner and was a handicapped accessible room (even though neither of us are disabled). This was nice though, because there was much more space in the bathroom and the room itself. The windows in the room were floor to ceiling on one whole wall allowing us to open them and see most all of downtown including a good view of the Ryman auditorium (original Grand Ole Opry). This was really nice. The curtains were sufficient enough to block out early morning sun. The room was clean, pillows were heavenly, and the bed was extrememly comfortable. We spent some time in the nice pool and fitness area. The sauna was way too hot but an effiicient attendant took care of it immediately. The hotel is attached to the convention center and there was a large group there during our stay. No one was bothersome or too loud, however I imagine that could all depend on the group. The hotel is within minutes of wonderful attractions like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the before mentioned Ryman, and all of the Broadway Honky-tonks which are open almost all day with live music. Restaurants for dinner are close-by (Demo's was really good) but finding a reasonably priced breakfast wasn't easy. The hotel breakfast was still a bit pricey even with the coupon and there really isn't anything within walking distance except for a small pastry cafe. Beware though, everywhere in Nashville seems to be under construction right now. Some sidewalks are closed and you have to walk around them, sometimes having to cross the street and back again. Not terrible, though. We enjoyed our stay at the Marriot Renaisssance. If we ever visit again, we will plan on staying there again.
- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Nashville
- Nashville Renaissance
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For travelers looking for exciting things to do, this Nashville, TN hotel is a Bridgestone Arena and LP Field Hotel & near all Music City's top sites. Discover hidden gems only a local would know with Renaissance's In-The-Know recommendations, personally curated weekly by our hotel's Navigator. Visit our Bridge Lounge (3rd Floor) and experience a RLife Live Event. ... more less
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