Drury Inn & Suites Nashville Airport

Address: 555 Donelson Pike, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Nashville Shores, Wave Country, Long Hunter, and Shelby Park.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Drury Inn & Suites Nashville Airport

      Very good choice

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      this inn is a very clean and nice place to stay. rooms very nice,service excellent.if you are going to visit opryland or do the general jackson lunch or dinner cruise,this is the place. 5 miles or 10 minutes to get there,you don,t have to get back on the interstate to get to either of these attractions. we stayed in one of the suites,all kind of little ammentites.free full breakfast,and free drinks.also the indoor/outdoor pool was very good.

      Four thumbs up!

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      My wife and I just got back from our 4 night stay at the Drury Inn in Nashville and we thoroughly enjoyed it!

      When I was looking for a place on the web the positive reviews about this hotel sold me, even though their price was a bit higher ($80+) than we wanted to spend. So I phoned to book a room and found out about a holiday rate of $54.99 - which still included free hot breakfast for 2 and free 1 hour long distance phone calls!

      Housekeeping was very good. The room was very clean every day. The king bed was very comfortable and the in-room internet worked great.

      The staff was friendly and helpful - gave us great directions through Nashville's perpetual construction zones!

      We made-our-own-waffles every morning and enjoyed the comfortable lobby setting.

      We appreciated the fridge and microwave and the nice touches of the pop and popcorn in the room.

      Overall, we found the service, cleanliness and features to be excellent - all at a bargain price!

      Living up to the reputation

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      Drury's Inn & Suites Nashville airport lives up to the Drury's standard. The Inn is very clean, staff very friendly, great breakfast and competive rates. The kids love popping the popcorn in the microwave. Very quiet, the only noise I ever heard was someone talking just outside my door as they went down the hallway. I paid about $60 per night for a two night stay.

      Drury Inn on Donelson Pike

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      My family visited Nashville during early August. The hotel was better than expected. The free hot breakfast was wonderful-Included waffles, eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy plus the usual cereal, donuts, bagels and muffins. This hotel also offered an afternoon get together. Each guest over 21 was given a drink card for the maximum of 3 alcoholic drinks.

      This was nice because our kids are older and usually went to the pool and

      my husband and I relaxed at the afternoon get together. Such a nice

      amenity for families!

      Drury is a solid choice in nashville

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      I stayed at this Drury for 3 nights. I have also stayed at a Drury in Horn Lake , MS. The were both comparable - pretty good. They have new rroms, they are clean and you get what they say. There are no parking fees, you get hot breakfast bar, free drinks in the evening and free long distance. See below for my post related to this trip reference another hotel:

      I just returned from Nashville. I had a room booked at the Clubhouse Inn through their website for a low 62 per night. I had called the hotel and asked some questions first and also read some of these and other reviews. Well, I still did not do enough homework, as we ASKED FOR A REFUND AND LEFT. The property seemed ok from the outside and everything, and don't get me wrong, it was OK I guess, as far as a 62 a night hotel is. However, we got our room key cards and drove around to the entrance they told us to use. Well, the closest elevator to the entrance was at least 100 ft. Then once going up it must have been another 100 ft to the door of our room. And there was no luggage cart in sight anywhere. Well, we were staying 3 nights and had a lot of stuff to bring up. Then, tto make matters worse, we found out the POOL WAS AND WILL BE CLOSED FOR MOST OF THE SUMMER. No one told us this. As this was going to be my wife and toddlers main activity for a couple of the days while I was out, this was the deal breaker. I called around and found a room at the Drury Inn for 86 a night and was very pleased. A little more but worth it. They also had a hot breakfast and a managers reception with 3 free drinks for each adult. This included draft beer and mixed drinks. You also get 1 hour of free long distance, etc. And they had a indoor/outdoor pool that was open

      Ok but expensive

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      The hotel was ok. Average, I guess. Its location was fine and the staff were friendly enough. It was just very expensive for the type of place that it was.

      Good Hotel

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      Check in was painless. They had coke and popcorn in every room for guests. The hotel was very quiet and provided a full breakfast with a friendly staff. The only drawback was the exercise room. It had very outdated equipment.

      Hated this Place!

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      We stayed here before catching an early flight. They advertise "free airport shuttle and free parking". They then tried to charge us for parking there while on our trip. Why would we take the shuttle to the airport if we couldn't leave our car at the hotel? Staff and manager were very rude and the hotel rooms look rundown and not very clean. We could have stayed at a nice hotel for less after including outrageous parking fees.

      Loved it, we stay there everytime we go to Nashville

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      Everything was wonderful. I have stayed at quite a few motels, this one is #1. It was extremely clean, service was wonderful. It had one of the best contential breakfasts ever !!! Pet friendly, our little Scampy always gets to go with us !! Indoor-Outdoor combined pool is great !!!

      Can't say enough about it !!!! You won't be disappointed.

      We Loved the Drury Inn and Suites!

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      We stayed at this Drury Inn and Suites 2 nights. The room was very spacious and comfortable. The hotel is new and very clean. The price is exceptional and the breakfast buffet is great. They serve cold cereal, waffles, muffins, bagels, yogurt, fruit, pastries, coffee and juices.

      The pool is an indoor/outdoor setup and was very clean. The jacuzzi needed a little extra cleaning effort- the water was slightly on the brown side. The staff was courteous and accomodating. I would stay here again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Drury Inn & Suites Nashville Airport

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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