GuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville/Music Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville/Music Valley
This place is either a $10 per person return shuttle ride into Broadway (takes about 15mins) or a $27 taxi ride each way (a bit of a no brainer really). Only draw back is they get booked up so plan ahead and book at reception as early in the day as possible!
The hotel itself was totally fine if you're not expecting anything too amazing. It's slightly below the standard of Choice Hotels' brands of hotels but it was clean, comfortable and has free parking & free breakfast (usual hot american-type stuff) and it even has an on-site bar (open Thu,Fri & Sat only!). Given that hotels closer to Downtown Nashville are rather spendy, this is a pretty good option, and the shuttle rides are quite fun actually as everyone is in Nashville to get happy and listen to terrific music!
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Historical Traveler Reviews GuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville/Music Valley
pleasantly suprised when we finally got there, staff were very friendly and helpful hotel had all the amenities, complimentry breakfast was good and location was great extremley near grand ole opry complex would definatley stay again.
Two Aussie's who loved it!
My friend and I travelled around the US for 7 weeks, we stayed a week at the Guesthouse International in Nashville and loved it. The staff were very helpfull and friendly. We stayed in 7 hotels while in the states and found the Guesthouse international the most friendly, clean and helpful. The shuttle service was excellent. I would recommend the Guesthouse and I would stay there again on my next trip.
My wife and myself stayed here for 8 nights and it was brilliant. The staff were friendly, the rooms spacious and clean and the free breakfast most enjoyable. The hotel is surrounded by some great diners and the Opryland hotel is only about half a mile away, with the Grand Ole Opry and the shopping Mall about a mile or so away. We walked to these frequently but the hotel had a free shuttle if you wished to use it. The free shuttle also takes you to the airport. There are lots of places to explore in the area and Downtown is only a taxi ride away. I cant recommend this highly enough. I have stayed in numerous hotels in different parts of the US and have never stayed in a friendlier and more comfortable hotel. We'll definitely be back.
A bad experience.
Rooms were OK but hotel had the following problems:
1. Rooms not ready at chech-in time. One was an hour late, the other an hour and a half.
2. Parking not available on site. We were told to park at the Radisson across the street. Their staff was not aware of any agreement.
3. Night staff extremely rude.
21st June 2004
Stayed for three nights. Room was very clean and spacious. We had booked a smoking room and were allocated non smoking but it was not problem changing. The only small complaint was the coffee was not replaced in the room after the first day but front desk staff replaced it no problem. Staff very friendly and helpful. Shuttle service to Opryland was excellent and entertainment in bar was great. Good breakfast. Would definately recommend it and would stay again if I was back in Nashville as the location was also excellent.
We were able to check in a little early and our bags were stored after check out. Room large and clean but featureless with misted up window. Bedding was well worn. Continental breakfast (complimentary) was good. Shuttle service to Opryland Hotel and Opry Mills not 100% reliable. No map of the Opryland area available at reception - but if one knew the area this hotel if reasonably close to the main attractions.
Loved our stay
I have stayed in this hotel twice now, and have been pleasantly suprised at the standard. It seems unusual to have breakfast included in the USA, but they do it a shoneys. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
Won't be back
Stayed at the Guesthouse. Tried to check in at 10 am, which we knew we were early, the mgr said to try back at 1pm. We had other things so came back at 3:30 pm and our room was not ready to check into yet. We hung around til after 4pm, and then luckily the shower was clean. We told management that we would be back after a show and please have the rest of the room clean
This hotel was great! It had just changed from a shoneys inn to a guesthouse int. inn! (Summer 2003) The breakfast was good, and the room and hotel was very clean. They had a good pool, and very friendly staff. They also have live entertainment during the nights in the bar.
They also provide many newspapers and local magazines free of charge.
We even extended our stay a night. But the ammenity we enjoyed most---the had a great shuttle service to and from opryland. The hotel is in the PERFECT location. Our stay was perfect!
We recently stayed here and I can recommend this hotel. We were on a shop and stay package (which was about $60 per night) and the hotel room had 2 double beds, cable TV, phone, shower/bath combined, air cond etc. The price includes a continental breakfast each morning and the hotel also had a bar downstairs which features live peformers on Fri and Sat nights. Its a short walk (not that anyone walks ANYWHERE) to the Opryland Hotel or the hotel runs a shuttle to there and then you can walk to the Opry Mills Shopping Centre. I would only stay in Music Valley again if I was visiting somewhere in Music Valley, otherwise stay in Nashville. There are hardly any facilities in Music Valley such as a post office, supermarket etc (or if there was noone we asked knew about them) so you can feel quite isolated as a tourist.
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