Hilton Nashville Downtown
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Nashville Downtown
Great Rooms - Great Location
Loved the rooms, Large, Comfortable, Clean.The Location was Within Easy walking distance to Downtown Entertainment / Dining.
the hotel is beautiful inside,,i was very disappointed i could not use the hot tub , there were having problems with it...I was looking forward to this.. also as a prority club member i was suppose to have water in room...i had to ask the for it. they forget.... just little things that mean alot when your traveling and you expect them...
Loved the Hilton Suites Nashville Downtown
We stayed at the Hilton Suites Nashville Downtown on 121 Fourth Avenue for two nights and it was a great stay!The room was clean and hotel was centrally located! It is right across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and so close to all the activity downtown and within walking distance of alot of restaurants and shops!The staff was great and the business center came in handy for people who needed to access e-mail or keep in touch with the office back home! The conceierge was helpful, even though we had set-up most of our tours before we left home! The hotel was dressed for Christmas and the deocorations were beautiful! The valent parking was efficient and helpful, not to mention patient!We would recommend it to anyone, especially those with family! We had a suite that was very roomy!Enjoy Nashville and don't miss the Studio B tour, it was awesome!The Moores
High quality rooms
My husband, two small children and I spent five nights during Christmas in Nashville at the Hilton Suites. We got a great rate and found the entire hotel to be excellent. The rooms are a little tight and the lighting is sparce in the living area, but everything in the rooms is of a high quality. Both the living area and the bedroom have nice furnishings and large windows. The beds are wonderful - down comforters, an extra thick pad on the extra-thick matress, down pillows, high thread count sheets. The bathroom was spacious, well-lit and had lots of counter space. Our children loved the lobby, which is a 10-story tall atrium with lots of comfortable seating areas. The indoor pool and hot tub are very nice, one of the best I have encountered at a hotel. We found the staff to be quite friendly and helpful. It was a great experience. If I am in Nashville again, I will stay at the Hilton.
Fair Hotel - December 2003
The good: The location is excellent, next door to Gaylord Entertainment Center, across the street from the convention center, and within a few blocks of 2nd Avenue and the Titans Coliseum. Hotel is clean and the lobby is nice.
The bad: Hotel Staff is less than gracious. During a stay in December '03 I was denied the king bed I had requested at reservation and was given a room with "a view" with two double beds. The 4th floor "view" consisted of the roof and air conditioners. Also, my non-smoking room smelled of cigarettes. Walls are thin. Room service is average. Eddie's Sports Bar has plenty of TVs for the sportsfan but the food is fair and the waitstaff is slow. Valet parking costs $17 per day - a tidbit that wasn't mentioned until checkout - parking is not scarce in Nashville.
Recommendations: If location isn't a factor and you've got the money, Opryland Hotel is excellent. If location is a factor the Station Inn is much nicer than this Hilton.
What a nice find in the middle of the city. We have always loved Nashville and have been looking for a home away from home. My wife thinks she has found it.
We love the personal service and the great suites.
Not to mention the close bars and honky tonks that are in the downtown area.
This hotel has it all great location , service and staff. We paid $ 159 and though it was a very good bargin in the downtown area.
Bill and Vronica
Indoor Balconies - Nice Hotel
great hotel and better room - three rooms in one - living/bath/bedroom - two tv's - nice indoor pool - no showers near pool tho - great breakfast - I mean the full monty - omlettes to order - hash browns - bacon - biscuts - scrambled eggs - bagels - cereal - french toast - fruit - all included with most rates - I paid $132 plus tax in October 2003 - good deal - nice lobby - good location for walking around town -
What a great Hotel
What a great hotel in Nashville! We booked the hotel from the recommdation of a friend that had stayed there before. We were delighted with the beautiful lobby and the very nice large suites. The staff could not have been more helpful . In fact some of the most caring and kind employees we have seen in a long time. Terry on the front desk is great. When our travel plans bring us back to Nashville we will stay at the Hilton again.
Great Place to Stay!
This was a great place to stay while in Nashville. It is within walking distance to many of Nashville's exciting places and restaurants. The hotel staff was superb. Our kids enjoyed swimming and riding in the glass elevators. We enjoyed the free buffet breakfast and free evening drinks. This is more costly than some hotels, but well worth it!
At $149 per night, the hotel is a little pricey, but you get your money's worth. The room was like a mini one-bedroom apartment with two TVs, a fridge, a microwave, coffee maker and a sofa bed in the living room for guests. They offer a free, full hot breakfast every morning and two free drinks for each guest at the bar during Happy Hour. It's centrally located to several interesting sites, particularly the Country Music Hall of Fame, which is across the street. (Take the Hall's supplemental tour to RCA's Studio B; standing in the same studio where Elvis sang will give you goose bumps.)
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... back home at 3am haha! This morning we headed out to the Parthenon, a giant Greek replica building built for the centenary & attempted to go line dancing but it started so late that we headed back to cook up some dinner & lunch for the next day & our bus ride to Atlanta :) me, Jill & the 2 guys decided we couldn't stay in all night so we headed out to a couple of bars we'd not done yet. One of them ...
... occasion (see pic below), and went for pre-show drinks and a nibble at the Gaylord Opryland Resort Hotel ... but as for the show, I would have to say that we don't really like The Opry presentation of Country music. We did get to see / hear Lisa Marie Presley, a (recent?) talent show winner and a group called the Rascal Flatts (also mentioned earlier ... pay attention!) who really are big around these parts ... but ...
Scott's brother, Todd, invited us to come visit his family in Nashville and since his wife and kids had never met Maya, we decided to go for a few days. Audrey was on summer break, so we started to look at the options to get all four of us there, hopefully on the same flight. On the morning we planned to leave, the evening flight looked good, but as the day went on, we knew we had to have a plan B and plan C. We decided to all go to the airport and attempt to get on ...
Today we headed to Nashville, home of country music and the Tennessee Central Railway Museum. There was plenty to see at the railway museum, but we didn't get to the Nashville Country Hall of Fame. There is major rebuilding being carried out in the area and parking is so limited that they are charging $20 a space! We drove around for a while, thinking we would walk back, but apparently that seemed to be the parking charge for anywhere within a mile and half ...
... scams and theft, even though I also planned to purchase a travel insurance policy. I took less vacation time at work so that I’d have some saved up before I left (and therefore get a little bit of post-departure pay) and began taking as much extra work as possible, be it overtime opportunities at my regular job, or selling organic vegetables at the market for my farmer friends.
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