1407 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203-4015, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown/Vanderbilt area of Nashville, is near The Doyle and Debbie Show, Music Row, George Jones Gift Shop, and The Tennessean.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Music Row Nashville

    Good Value, Not so good music


    The location was good for sightseeing, a 15 minute drive to opry land. A 20 minute walk (or very short taxi ride) to broadway. A couple of bars and restaurants just opposite the hotel. Free parking.

    The singers/songwriters night held nightly in the hotel bar sounds a good idea but after two or more singers you have probably had enough unless you are an avid country music fan and appreciate anything. It is not lively music and mainly just singer and guitar which can been quite flat after 6 or 7 different groups.

    The reception staff were excellent and very helpful, the pool was small but clean and big enough for the amount of people using it. The bar staff were friendly and drinks reasonably priced (but no spirits), but dont eat, the food in the bar was poor.

    The rooms were stayed in (3 couples in 3 rooms) were all clean and a good size.

    There is laundry facilities. Would recomment this hotel as value for money

    Wouldn't stay anywhere else!


    I have stayed at the Best Western Music Row several times. In fact, I am writing this from my room there at this moment. I have stayed in other motels in Nashville but I find this one to be the best! The rooms are clean, the service is GREAT, and the lounge entertainment is enjoyable. I stayed at a motel in another city not far from Nashville last night and let me tell you...the rooms weren't that great, the service was very undesirable, AND the price was DOUBLED! I was outraged and appalled by the other motel, but stepping through the door at Best Western Music Row was like stepping through the door of my own home. Thanks, staff, for remaining friendly and true to your customers. BW Music Row is the best!

    Hard to find at first, but a good location and hotel


    this hotel is right off of the main drag. it is a little hard to find at first; there are some roundabouts and one-way streets. Program the hotel phone number on your cell phone. it is near the entertainment district, the ryman auditorium (!!), and just around the corner from music row. you can walk to the RCA studio where Elvis (!!) cut a lot of his best stuff. it's a good location, a clean hotel, has a friendly and helpful staff, a good view of the nashville skyline, and DOES have a nice pub with good live local music, sort of an open mike style club with

    nice, friendly people. and there are a few small, and good, restaurants, just a block away; you can see them from the hotel window. nothing fancy, but a NICE, CLEAN PLACE and a good value for the money.

    Best Western Music Row


    Just returned from a two week Tennessee vacation. We stayed in Nashville for the first week at the Best Western Music Row. From a location point of view, we were very close to the downtown district, Ryman, Country Music Hall of Fame, downtown nightlife, etc. However, the hotel could use some sprucing up. Our room was clean but it had a damp, musty feel to it. The only way to keep the moisture off the windows was to turn up the heat which therefore made the room too warm. We had to use towels to keep the water from running onto the floor. Despite this, the hotel staff were very friendly and helped out anyway they could.

    Great value and friendly


    just got home to scotland after staying at best western music row found the rooms spotless and even had complimentary continental breakfast,lounge was open and had good live singers on thursdays and fridays as part of new singers and songwriters night.Good location for music row and only 20 mins walk to the district.

    Only slight problem was the swimming pool did not seem to be opened and the weather was scorching so missed having a dip. staff were friendly and helpful would recommend as good value for money. thanks again

    Nice Clean Hotel


    Husband and I stayed at the Best Western Music Row in Nashville March 2005. It is in a somewhat confusing location but with a few twists and turns we found it. This was not my first choice of hotels but others were booked up. I was really pleased with how clean the room was. It had a couch,table,chairs and king bed--very comfortable. Great view of the Nashville skyline. Overall a very good value for the $. Our only problem with the stay was when we went to eat at a nearby steakhouse restaurant which is located near Centennial Park and next to a Hampton Inn. As we were getting in the car we were suddenly approached by a person asking for money. The person was very polite! It turned out ok but just be aware of that possibility in the area around the park. Been visiting Nashville for years and never had this happen before. I think I will book a hotel with a restaurant on our next trip just to feel more secure.

    Weekend Stay


    We stayed the weekend of February 12th to attend a Motorcycle show at the Nashville Fairgrounds. The hotel was clean, and was very convenient to the Downtown area. The only problem that we could see, there was not enough towels in the bathrooms, but that was easily corrected. Just wanted to say thank you and we will definately return.

    Its worth the money I guess


    I have stayed at this property many times. First problem is it is very hard to find the first time you visit but that gets easier once you learn the area. Second problem is they still say they have a lounge and it has never once been open. I was told by a person there that it was reopened but wasnt. Also out of my last 3 trips to the property the pool was never open. Also they never get the reservations right. (IE) number of people and beds, price always is higher when you arrive so make sure you print out you reciept in detail before you go and they will honor the price. I called Best Western directly to report the problems and they didnt even know about them. All and all its only $5.00 to get a cab to Downtown and most of the staff is very nice. It is the least expensive place to stay that is nice and close to everything and the rooms are VERY clean. So if you just want to spend a weekend in Nashville and you are on a budget THIS PROPERTY IS FOR YOU!.

    Just Ok


    I was a little disappointed with my stay.First let me start by saying that I felt if the other best western could supply an airport shuttle it would have been nice to have received one here. My biggest disappointment though was that I came to Nashville for music and the hotel claimed to have a lounge with live music so that is why I chose it.This is the exact quote from the web site."We offer a full-service lounge with live entertainment nightly, a free continental breakfast and we are a pet-friendly hotel".On the positive side the rooms were very neat and well kept and some of the staff were very friendly and knowledgable about the area.

    Nice Stay


    My daughter and I thought it was nice and clean. The staff at the hotel was very nice and willing to help in any way.The cleaning service kept our room clean and fresh. We were just a little disappointed because we thought we could walk downtown, it seemed at least 2-3 miles. And the hotel was hard to find because we couldn't find Division Street on any map.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Music Row Nashville

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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