My suite was spacious and clean with abundant amenities. I was very comfortable and slept well. But what truly impressed me was how the staff went out of the way to make sure that I could get around in town (being that I was visiting from New York City and I don't drive). On Saturday night, Nick, the bellhop, drove me in the shuttle to a shopping center that had a karaoke bar I wanted to go to. On Sunday, after I checked out, Nick drove me to the Stones River National Battlefield (a Civil War battle site that I highly recommend visiting, by the way), and on the way there he drove me to a deli to pick up lunch to eat at the battlefield. And he waited for me while I was ordering my food. He also took the time to give me a quick tour of Murfreesoboro, including the historic downtown with its beautiful courthouse. Later that afternoon, the person who relieved Nick (whose name I unfortunately forget) picked me up at the battlefield at a prearranged time and drove me to the Greyhound station so I could catch my bus to Nashville -- but not before giving me another visit to the courthouse so that I could take photos of it. It really made a great impression on me that the staff went out of their way to make sure I got the most out of my stay in Murfressboro and got to see the town's highlights. They also took an interest in who I was and what had brought me to town (karaoke -- it's a long story). Between the high quality of the accommodations and the attentiveness of the staff, I give this Embassy Suites my highest recommendation.