Residence Inn Nashville Airport
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Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn Nashville Airport
Convenient and Clean
Stayed here on a recent vacation. We booked the penthouse which provided us ample space for 3 adults for 3 days. Had 2 bedrooms, a living area w/fireplace and a kitchen. The breakfast was good and included in the price. Only downside was the rooms were all on the second floor with outside access (no elevator). Made it difficult to load and unload luggage in the rain.
Pratique et propre
On est récemment allés à cet hôtel en vacances. On avait réservé l'appartement sous les toits, largement assez grand pour y passer 3 jours à 3 adultes.
Il se composait de 2 chambres, ^d'un living avec une cheminée et d'une cuisine. Le petit déjeuner compris était bon. Le seul inconvénient, c'était que les chambres étaient toutes au deuxième étage d'où l'on accédait de l'extérieur (pas d'ascenseur). Ce qui ne facilitait pas les choses pour charger et décharger les bagages sous la pluie.
When we needed to tack an extra 2 days onto a business conference, I got this hotel through Priceline for a very reasonable rate. It's a bit difficult at the moment to deal with construction on Briley Parkway but once that is finished, this hotel is highly accessible.
Staff is helpful and courteous. Free breakfast is more than ample with lots of selections. The free internet service is greatly appreciated and the room is really a small studio apartment. Very comfortable and homey.
I would definitely recommend to my friends as a nice place to stay in Nashville.
Very Nice Place
Really enjoyed this hotel ... especially for the Priceline rate. The hot breakfast was a plus and the place just felt, safe, clean, and comfortable all around. One negative is all the construction on the byways near the hotel, but that's not the hotel's fault. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Had a great stay at the Residence Inn. Pool and spa were very clean and quite nice. Breakfast was very good with lots of hot/cold choices, and evening happy hour was good. Rooms are a bit dated in terms of decour, but otherwise quite clean and functional. Overall, a great stay! Would definitely stay there again.
My husband and I visited Nashville for the first time in celebration of our 5th anniversary. After careful consideration, we opted to stay three nights at the Residence Inn in Nashville. Since we normally stay at high end hotels, we were plesantly surprised in all aspects of the Residence inn!
The staff couldn't be friendlier. The room itself was well appointed with a full kitchen (microwave, dishwasher, refridgerator). The cleaning staff is to be highly praised..not a speck of dirt and everything was in order. We had daily maid service and if you wish, the staff would bring your groceries to your room for no additional cost! High speed WI-FI was an added bonus. Since there was just the two of us, we stayed in a studio suite, but certainly didn't have the feel of a studio..quite large. TV, with many free cable channels. There is a sofa and over stuffed chair in the large space, comfortable queen sized bed, and large bathroom with additional dressing area. Our suite was poolside, but was unbelievably quiet.
The daily breakfasts were a bit different each day, with the usual buffet fare of cold cereals, fruits, bagels, toast, juices, coffee, tea, sweet breads and waffles. No one had to walk away hungry! There is also free coffee offered in the lobby 24 hours.
The only problem, and it is a minor one, is that perhaps there could be more room for people during breakfast time..not enough tables. There is also a manager's reception in the afternoons during the weekdays, but we were not there during those times.
I would highly recommend the Residence Inn. The price is very well within anyone's budget!
An above average stay
Employees were very friendly and the room was very spacious and well-equipped. The free breakfast was absolutely wonderful! This isn't your cheap continental breakfast. It had the hot stuff available- eggs, sausage, biscuits, and potatoes. You can even make your own waffles.
The only part of this stay I didn't like was the musty smell of the room. The room was designated a non-smoking room. However, it may have been a smoking room in the past. I didn't fuss much because we didn't plan to stay in the room long (only an overnight stay).
I probably would stay at this property again.
I stayed at the Residence Inn Nashville Airport in early August for two nights. The staff was very friendly and most accomodating. The complimentary breakfast buffet was great (both hot and cold items)! The room was large, but a disappointment. I had booked a non-smoking room, but the room was converted from smoking... they have done a poor job of getting the cigarette smell out of the carpets/funishings. The complex is in need of some maintenance/renovations (the balconies need painting and the units are due for new carpeting, etc). There are lots of choices in Nashville and this likely won't be mine next stay.
Best place I've stayed in Nashville yet.
I was here on business and the staff is friendly, accomodating and very helpfull. The apartment is spacious and well equiped. The staff even did my grocery shopping for me! This place is the best value in the area. If I were to come back with my family, I would not hesitate to stay here.
A Home Away From Home
We stayed at this Residence Inn in July 2004 and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We had a two bedroom/two bathroom penthouse, and it was like a home away from home. We had plenty of room and privacy. Breakfast was served every morning in the gatehouse. The buffet was always fully stocked with muffins, breads, cereal, and pastry. Each morning, there would also be a special hot entree like scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, and French toast sticks. Two waffle machines were also available each morning if you chose to make your own waffle. The staff members were also very friendly and tried to do everything possible to make you feel at home. Residence Inn is also pet-friendly. We always travel with our dog, and we know this chain welcomes our four-legged family member.
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