Alexis Inn & Suites Nashville Airport Opryland
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Hotel was affordable through the Hotel Tonight app. Great distance from downtown but isolated for privacy. Hotel was secure, staff friendly, breakfast hot and good, room clean.
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I was happy with the room here but we did have a problem with the service. During our stay here we misplaced our keys. We searched high and low but we forgot to look in the drawers. The staff at the hotel was not very helpful to us in finding these keys and we did not have a pleasant experience in that regard. Other than that our stay was great.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Kuchenbecker Antwerp
All of these things happened to us during the 15 hours that we were there:
1. Toilet didn't flush properly so I requested an immediate room change before we even unloaded the car
2. Went to dinner, then when bringing our bags to the room, a guest outside the hotel said to us, "You aren't staying here are you? It's terrible, but everything else is full."
3. My fold out bed didn't have any sheets on it, or in the room. When they did give them to me they were dingy and had a hole in them.. I went back to the desk and requested an additional set to use as mattress pad and blanket cover
4. A used tissue from a previous guest was under an end table
5. On our way to breakfast another guest commented that her sheets had been dirty, so she slept on the floor. I didn't really follow the logic in that...but you get the idea. Regardless, she wasn't taking a chance on breakfast.
To their credit the staff was quite friendly, and said that new linens had been ordered. I didn't even want to sit on the furniture though. It was not a room I could begin to relax in.
Don't stay here. Keep looking.
Dirty rooms! The rooms smelled really bad, like mold.The sheets on my bed were dirty. My husband would not let our daugher sleep on the bed, so we were looking for another hotel late at night. I would NEVER step foot in the hotel again.
My mom and aunts and I stayed in Nashville over the weekend. We booked thru Travelocity because it said it was the Better Deal. We requested a non-smoking room and were put in a smoking room upon check-in. The room had been sprayed with something to disguise the smoke scent, but it was very sweet and made us sick. We then moved to a Non-Smoking room and that smelled worse than the other. I think the rooms had been cleaned with an anti-mold cleaner and that is what it smelled of. We decided to stay anyway.
Later on I made the mistake of walking from the bed to the bathroom with no socks, I then realized that my feet were black. I believe that is a sign of nasty floors. The bathroom was covered in mold and there was hair from the a previous user still all over the shower walls. There was also hair on the sheets.
The service was very good though; everyone tried to help out the best they could. However, that is not enough to make me return to this hotel.
I cannot complain about anything. I got two rooms on priceline for 27/night and the rooms were excellent. Very clean and great value.
I chose the Alexis Inn & Suites at the last minute when taking a weekend to Nashville. The price was $59.00 per night, and worth every penny. The staff allowed us to check in almost two hours prior to check in time. They were so nice and even complemented us on our friendliness by giving us a free upgrade to a suite. The manager was nice enough to warn us to stay off the interstates, due to road construction, and gave us a map with directions on how to get everywhere by taking back roads.
The room was huge, the bed was very comfortable, and we even had a small sitting room separate from our bedroom. The bathroom was spotless! We were very pleased with our stay at Alexis Inn and will definitely choose it again next time. You can't expect any more for the price!
My friend and I just visited Nashville for a long overdue, no kids allowed shopping trip. We were not compromising when it came to spending $150 a night for a hotel room...MORE MONEY FOR SHOPPING! When I read the reviews for the Alexis hotel I was pleased and called the hotel to see if they would give me the Expedia price. They were very generous and did so. The husbands were worried that we would be wasting our money and end up at another hotel, but when we arrived to the Alexis we were very pleased. If you are expecing Opryland Hotel, then you should definately spend the extra $100 and do so. The Alexis was perfect for what we needed and we couldn't have asked for more polite, helpful people working the front desk. The room was clean and modest. We were located just a short distance from Opry Mills Mall and 2 others. The bathroom was a little dated, but clean. And the breakfast was more than what others have written! It had a great selection and the homemade waffles were SUPER! I will definately use this hotel again.
Dingy room, mildew in bathroom, moldy mini fridge
We stayed at the Alexis Inn on July 20, 2004. Our choice was based mostly on reviews on this web site about this hotel. This was the worst room we have ever had, and we've stayed at many budget hotels.
Apparently we had the "internet special" room. We stayed in the room on the first floor immediately behind the front desk, but the location wasn't the problem. Our room was dank and dingy. The furniture was shoddy and damaged. The carpet was stained and frayed in many places. The bathroom had mildew on the tile and a toilet that ran continuously on flushing unless we lifted the lid and manually shut it off. When I opened the mini frig to put items in, it was full mold. It was apparent the mini frig hadn't been cleaned or turned on for quite some time.
If we hadn't arrived at the hotel so late and tired (and with a pre-paid reservation,) we would have checked out and gone to another hotel. Our rate of $50.35 for the night was overpriced for this room. Thank goodness we had an early morning flight and didn't have to stay here very long.
Overall OK for Price
Pleasant front desk, good coffee in lobby; limited items for breakfast, dirty in-room coffee maker, moldy ceiling tile in shower, smoke detector hanging from wall, cold mini fridge, nice room overall considering price, small room - even smaller bathroom, but a huge King Bed, the popcorn in lobby was stale & we had to change room keys several times, because they were not working.
I have stayed at the Alexis a number of times and I have two trips planned again in July and am staying there.....it is a great place, clean, friendly, and the breakfast is wonderful....the hotel is close to all attractions.....
Hotel was great place to end the day!
We stayed at the Wilson Inn as a part of our package when visiting Nashville. It was a great place, all employees were very helpful and the hotel was very nice inside. The homemade waffles were an added bonus. Plus having fresh popcorn and tea was nice when you wanted something small at end of day. The hotel was also centrally located so it made it easy to find and to get around without to many wrong turns.
We will definitely use the Wilson Inn again!!!!!! Thank you to all staff fro making our trip even more special.
The Carey Family
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