Marriott Nashville Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Marriott Nashville Airport
We stayed here over the weekend and it was very nice, once we found it due to the adjascent freeway construction. The pool area is nice and the restaurant was OK. The bartender was awesome. All the staff were very cordial and friendly. Beds were very comfy with high-quality linens. About a 10-15 minute drive into downtown Nashville. Not much nearby the hotel in the way of restaurants, but if you need to be near the airport this is a good choice.
Suprise Birthday Party Wonderful at Hotel
I planned a surprise birthday party for my wife at this Hotel. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. My parents and her parents arrived at the Hotel before we did. They were placed on a separate floor from our room to minimize the chance that we would encounter them before the surprise. When it was time to assemble in the restaurant for the surprise party -- the bellman took my parents down in the service elevator and through the kitchen so as not to run into us. Again let me state the staff was very accommodating and helpful. Needless to say we were able to surprise my wife with the party.
We had a separate room in the dining room. The manager of the restaurant arranged to have a birthday cake delivered to the restaurant. The waiter was very attentive and the food was good. We had a great time and the staff new when to leave us alone and when to come in see what we needed.
The rooms at the hotel are extremely nice. It would defiantly say they are above average. The beds at Marriott properties are outstanding. I cannot say enough good things about the pillow top mattress, the soft sheets and the duvet. The rooms were very quite and we were not bothered by any noise.
On the second night of our stay, room service delivered coffee, with plates, silverware, and knife to cut the cake for us to eat the remaining portion of the previous nights birthday cake. (There was no extra charge for the additional plates and silverware).
Breakfast was included in the room rate. There was a wonderful breakfast buffet. There was a station for omelets and waffles. Also a very nice selection of hot breakfast foods along with fruit, pastries and cereal. There is literally anything you could want on the buffet for breakfast.
There is also free parking at the Hotel.
This hotel is great and I can recommend this hotel. This Hotel is definitely above average. When in Nashville I will return to this Hotel. This stay with for the surprise birthday party was not my first stay at the Hotel.
Swimming Pool/Whirlpool NOT in Service
The indoor/outdooe swimming pool and whirlpool were not in service during the Easter weekend (4/14-4/17) that we stayed. Not sure when the swimming pool/whirlpool will get back into service. If this is important to you, might want to call the hotel first. Otherwise, everything else is pretty good.
Great 4 day stay in Nashville
My husband and I visited Nashville for a long weekend - our stay at the Marriott was excellent - good service, great rate, clean and comfortable rooms, excellent food in the restaurant. I would highly recommend staying here - it's a little tricky to find so get specific directions - but well worth finding. We are planning another trip to Nashville in 2007 and wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
I loved the bed, so comfortable. The room was beautiful. The towels were plush. The cleaning lady was very friendly and helpful This is a great hotel.
Mediocre Hotel Saved by Courteous Staff
Let me start by saying that this is NOT a 4 star property by any stretch of the imagination. While the lobby has been updated, the rooms are in major need of an update. The carpet, wallcoverings, fixtures, and soft goods all look dated.
During our stay there was a large meeting of a police association going on at the hotel. The participants were quite loud and rowdy to say the least. Our room the first night was supposedly a non-smoking room, but the hallway reaked of stale smoke and you could smell cigarette smoke in the room anytime someone lit up in an adjoining room. At 3 a.m., we were woken by our neighbors who had obviously just arrived back from a night of heavy drinking. They were extremely loud and we were treated to a play by play recap of their evening. Fortunately, they passed out after about 30 minutes. As for the room itself, the walls were so paper thin that you could hear every snore, cough, or peep made in another room or the hall. The wallpaper was peelling in places and the bed and bath linens were not very high quality. Around 7 a.m., I couldn't take the smell of cigarette smoke or the aural assault of various noises any longer, so I went downstairs with the full intention of checking out and finding a different hotel.
I went to the front desk and asked to speak to the manager on duty. The lady at the front desk said that they were having issues with their fire alarm so the manager was busy, but she asked what she could do to help. I explained to her why I was upset and that I wanted to check out and move to a different hotel. She listened intently and never got defensive. She asked if we would consider letting them try to make things right. I wanted to give her the chance since she was so polite and understanding, so she offered to move us to the concierge floor and comp our breakfast for both days of our stay.
We moved to the concierge floor and the room was not as worn as the one we had the first night. The bed linens were a little higher quality, but the fixtures and everything else were essentially the same (in need of an update). This room was much quieter and we enjoyed the second night of our stay much more. As for the breakfast in the hotel, I was not all that excited about the offer since I usually find hotel restaurants to be very average and institutional, but we were pleasantly surprised. The staff in the restaurant was very pleasant and they had cooked to order omelettes and waffles that were excellent.
Before we left, I wrote a note complimenting the front desk person who was so helpful and personally delivered it to the manager on duty. He was very nice and was quite pleased to receive a written compliment. All in all, the Airport Marriott is a very average 3 star property in my opinion, but it's shining point is the courteous and cheerful staff. I would probably not stay here again except on the concierge floor and even then I would expect to pay 3 star, not 4 star prices.
Over rated not the best marriot
my husband and I stayed here in jan 2006, found it to dissapointing for a marriott hotel ,the room was very dated and was in desperate need of redecorating, bathroom was so small that they should have found it easier to clean had to wait quite a while for the water to get hot,in our opinion this hotel is vastly overrated
the shuttle does not run to time as our first evening we waited 45 mins at airport.
This is a terrific place to stay in Nashville. It is close to all of the things to do. The staff is very helpful. They filled all request quickly and provided excellent directions from the hotel to all of the attractions. The pool, spa, and gym are above average for hotels. This made for a wonderful get a way for my wife and I. The rooms were comfortable and clean. Room service was very quick and the food was prepared as ordered and was delivered hot.
Just returned from a family reunion and Marriott Nashville (Airport) was our host city and hotel. We were greeted at the front door by friendly, smiling faces as well as the front desk staff. This was 7 a.m. in the morning and we were allowed to check in . A friendly greeting was given and returned every time we passed through the lobby. The beds and pillows were very, very comfortable and we all slept like babies.
The description of the hotel does not do it justice, you have to see for yourself and you will not be disappointed. If we didnt have meals and activities already preplanned, I would have liked a small fridge in the room. Therefore I did not use the restaurant services. The hotel has everything it says and I have never had a better stay during my travels this summer. Will definitely reccommend and return.
Excellent quality for price
This is a wonderful hotel and priced well. The rooms were very nice, but the best part for me was the indoor pool. My visit was during the Christmas season and you could see the big Christmas tree through the glass between the pool atrium and lobby. At night it was very beautiful. The only negative is that it is in a business park and therefore you must drive to shopping, dining or entertainment options (although not far). Nashville is a great city.
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