Club-Hotel Nashville Inn & Suites
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
Historical Traveler Reviews Club-Hotel Nashville Inn & Suites
A Nice Place to Stay
The Clubhouse Inn was a nice place to stay while visiting Nashville. Minutes from attractions, shopping, and restaurants. The hotel was very clean and employees were nice. Slight problems with special room accommodations that were worked out with little hassle. The outdoor pool was nice and clean. The continental breakfast was a plus. The employee handling the breakfast was very kind. She always greeted us with her friendly smile, said good morning, and asked if we had a good night. Cleaning staff were very nice. The lady who cleaned our rooms even folded my nephew's blankie. How sweet and thoughtful. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed at the Clubhouse Inn while In Nashville visiting my son's college. It was very affordable and clean. The deluxe continental breakfast will rival any from a restaurant! I will definitely stay there when I travel to Nashville in the future.
i stayed at the clubhouse inn in june with a party of friends from ireland. we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.it was our first trip to nashville and the staff at this inn were friendly,helpful and very courteous. the rooms were clean and comfortable and we were fortunate to be allocated a ground floor room next to the pool. i can honestly say it was beautiful!
I would hope that I will return to nashville some day and would definately stay at this inn.
It was great
I took my daughter and two younger children 8 and 9 yrs old. They all throughly enjoyed the stay. The employees and staff was very helpful and friendly. The rooms were very clean. The children really enjoyed the Hottub it was really nice. We will definately stay again.
Loved the Clubhouse
We stayed at the Clubhouse in the middle of May 2004 and had a wonderful stay. The staff was friendly and courteous. We paid $85/night for a huge 2-room suite with a full hot breakfast each day. It rained for our stay so we couldn't try the pool but it was clean and well-maintained.
We would definitely stay there again.
If you stay, get a suite!
Good value and comfort
Stayed there last weekend and found rooms to be clean and comfortable.
The hot breakfast, included with the room, is really very good and a real plus when you have a couple of hungry kids. Only minor drawback was trying to get extra pillows from the front desk. The pillows that they provide don't give allot of support, at least not for me. When we asked for extra pillows they could only come up with one, and the wife got that.
My husband and I brought 2 of our grandchildren there this summer and found to be a great family place. The room was superior and large. The pool and hot tub were very clean. I would recommend this motel to anyone with children. Everyone was quite nice to us.
The only place where my girlfirend and I will stay when we're in NashVegas! Friendly stay, spacious rooms and a great breakfast bar!
We stayed at this hotel for one night while driving through Nashville.
The rate was quite low for a last minute booking and it was worth the money. The "manager's reception" was nothing to get excited about but the breakfast was wonderful. Eggs, bacon, biscuits and gravy, hash browns, etc.,etc., all included in the rate! The rooms were large and very clean and the staff was friendly. The only complaint we had was the pool doesn't open until 10:00am and check-out is 11:00am. As it turned out, the kids didn't get to swim anyway because the pool had had chemicals added that morning and it wasn't going to be opened until late in the day. They did offer to call the Doubletree across the street to let the kids swim which I felt was a reasonable and helpful solution. I would probably stay here again but I do consider the pool situation a draw-back.
We recently stayed at the Clubhouse Inn. It was one of the best places we stayed. Very clean, employees were friendly but not fake. The place was in tip top shape. The price was unbelieveably low. I will definately stay there again. Pool and hottub were both fantistic.
TripAdvisor Reviews Club-Hotel Nashville Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Nashville
... how tense the black community is at the moment with all the shootings against black people. She said they are flying the confederate flag on the Capitol building and the guy who works there was a member of the KKK back in the day. Crazy eh? So we were dropped on Broadway which is the Main Street for all the live music and honky tonk bars. There were gift shops, Elvis everywhere, cowboy hats, buy one get one free cowboy boots. We went into one bar ...
... won!! We moved out to the balcony and celebrated with a slice of Tiramisu, which was incredible. The balcony happened to overlook another livelier restaurant that was playing some live music, so we decided to check it out. It was called The Row Kitchen & Pub. We had a beer and watched some live country music. I'm not a big fan of country music but it was upbeat and defiinitely started to grow on me. ...
... some AWESOME photos of Nashville from there..
AND I DID !!!!
... take long before we were pulling up in front of the Team House unloading the bags & preparing to head to the orphanage to see the kids. Air conditioning for the week was way over & I immediately shed my travel jeans for cooler options. We bumped our way down the quarter mile drive to the orphanage. A concrete & razor wire walled compound. As the bus pulled in the kids immediately stopped playing and ran towards it. As each of us exited the ...
... Bill was a musician and writer, and had interviewed huge stars over the years, including Dolly Parton. We met him at a statue of Chet Atkins, who Bill credits with starting country music in Nashville. Our next stop was Printer’s Alley, which is a tiny alley of bars and clubs. For anyone who has seen it, the video for Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats” was filmed here, and for many years it was home to a club named Skull’s Rainbow Room. The ...