Holiday Inn Express Nashville Downtown
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express Nashville Downtown
Good Location Good Value
On a tour of the Deep South, we had booked after a recommendation from the Nashville Visitor Centre which said that it had recently been refurbished.
Our room was clean enough facing onto the side road so it was nice and quiet.
A nice Continental Breakfast was served in the breakfast room, there was Free Internet Access was available in the lobby of the hotel and room as well as free car parking.
It's a very good affordable choice, a very good base to explore Nashville located in the Downtown area.
After travelling from Atlanta Airport this was our first destination on a tour of the Deep South.
Cleanliness of Room
First of all the front desk staff was very friendly when checking into the hotel and provided assistance with services in the area. The problems lie with the cleanliness of the sleeping room. A bug crawled across my bed while I was in it. A large coffee mark was left on the bathroom counter, easily could have been cleaned but it remained on the countertop during the entire length of my stay (3 nights). The previous guests' old soap was left behind in the bathtub. Housekeeping was in the hallway outside of my room complaining about other staff members for approximately 15-20 minutes. I did not have a clean feeling when staying in this hotel and for that reason I would not recommend this property.
We stayed here for 5 nights Oct. 25-30. Overall we were happy with this hotel. It is centrally located to many attractions and a short hop onto I40. I will tell you what we liked and didn't like about this hotel.
Nothing special here
There was nothing special about this hotel for the price we paid. The room had a dirty kind of odor and the carpet looked dirty. The breakfast was plentiful, although the "hot cinnamon rolls" were cold and hard even though they were on a warmer. My daughter got cold in the middle of the night and we needed an extra blanket. Called down to front desk and they told us they had them but we would have to come down to get it. Got up and put on clothes to go downstairs. Got there and they had no extra blankets. No extra pillows or linen in the rooms. It doesn't compare to other hotels in this price range.
Very Good Hotel in Downtown Nashville
We stayed at this hotel during a visit to Nashville in August of 2004.
We would highly recommend this hotel to anyone. It is extremely well presented and modern. Our room was first rate in terms of cleanliness and comfort. The staff were friendly, the complimentary continential breakfast was one of the best spreads I've seen in a hotel chain of this sort, and it is excellently located within easy walking distance to the centre of downtown Nashville. It is also a short distance away from Music Row. There are two complimentary (free!) high speed internet terminals in the lobby area. The hotel is also a stop for the Gray Line airport of sight seeing tour services.
I would definitely stay at this hotel again!
During a recent visit to Nashville, TN, I wanted to be in the near-downtown area and close to the Parthenon. One of those great little online bargain search services (unnamed to not show favoritism) directed me to a 2 star hotel at a great price, around $55 night. For my purposes that was just about right. What was so surprising was that the hotel was the Holiday Inn Express on corner of 10th and Broadway (West End in town) across from the Historic Union Station (now a hotel).
Great Deal For The Money
This hotel is a great deal. Rooms are new and nice (granite countertops in bathroom). Unlike other area hotels, both parking and high speed internet was free.
Great for the Money!
I stayed here recently while visiting the Ryman Auditorium. Most hotels in the downtown area were extremely expensive, but this hotel was close and well priced. I was almost afraid to see what I had gotten myself into, but was pleasantly surprised. The room was roomy and comfortable. Everything was clean and well maintained. Music Row and the Ryman were just a few blocks away. The continental breakfast was probably the best I have ever seen for free. The staff was very nice and helpful. The parking is free and ample, but extremely tight in the parking deck - large cars will find their drivers a bit tense when parking. Overall, a great value. If the price is right, don't be afraid.
Stayed here for 5 days recently and even though they're trying, sometimes its just not enough. Our room had mould on the wallpaper where food had been spilt and not cleaned up. The bathroom barely got cleaned each day, the carpet was badly in need of a shampoo as our bare feet turned brown after walking around on it. Whilst the furnishings are in good nick, the actual cleanliness of the room leaves a lot to be desired. Positives - its right across the road from the Frist, a 10min walk downhill to Downtown and the hotel had a small shop with just about everything you might need at short notice. My suggestion to anyone wanting to stay here would be to check your room before accepting it upon check in. Our room was at the end of a very loooong corridor so our room may not have been used very often except when they have full occupancy and therefore it appeared a little neglected. To be fair, I was able to inspect 3 other rooms belonging to our friends and 2 of them were in better condition than ours. Pot luck I guess.