DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Nashville Airport
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Nice room and accommodations. However, this was actually the best bed we've had over the last 5 nights. So cozy, it just wraps around you. That's not to say you sink into the mattress, it just makes you feel like you are being hugged.
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We stayed at Double-Tree Suites last night. The bed was so cozy, it just wrapped around you without sinking into it. We're going to take our time going home.
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