Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nashville
Getting a brief taste of Nashville's Broadway music scene the night before...I had to go back for more. We traded in our Jellystone campsite for a hotel within walking distance to a lot of venues/bars. I realize this is the super touristy zone and will likely be listening to all cover songs...but I loved it! (who doesn't want to sing along to their …
... museum was the boxing ring used in the movie with Will Smith called Ali. Learning more about Ali made me learn about how much he helped charities and stood up to the government. He was a proper talker though and you can see where he got the nickname from, really funny guy though.
Completely different charector now though as he is suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Day 49 - 9th November 2013
Whiskey has never appealed to me, I do like spirits but always ...
I know I must be a fuss **** but the only downside of this trip has been the food (except while we were at Cathy's place, we were spoilt there), really can't get ...
... Disney does Wetherspoons and you're just about there - dreadful but amusing! This had to be followed up by yet more live music on Broadway but minus the Moonshine this time! A fab birthday and one I'll remember with a big smile.
So Tuesday arrived and the great boot debate still hadn't been resolved with only 48 hours left to go. Having this niggling feeling that really the ones we'd seen back in the Old Opry Mall on Friday were the ones we had our hearts set on, a ...
... US and as dry as a bone... yup you cant buy booze in Moor County. Funny place to build a Distilery really. We decided to give Jim's car a rest at the hotel and we are soon cruising in the Red Rocket on the way to a little piece of Heaven.
We travel through some wonderful country and soon find the sleepy town of Lynchburg and the home of Jack Daniels. What a beuatiful place.... an amazing sight and I have finally fulfilled a dream ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel
Excellent Customer Service!
I had a minor problem with the room service menu missing from the room. After requesting another, Ms. Shelly Polis, manager on duty, made a personal visit to my room to insure of our satisfaction. The hotel is a beautiful atrium hotel, which is currently receiving minor modernization to bring upto 5 star quality. The bedding is excellent as was the breakfast buffet, the kind quality you expect from a Starwood property.
In Major Need of Rennovation
I stayed at this hotel during a business trip to Nashville. The staff was great -- but the hotel is very plain, boring, and somewhat dirty.
My first room, on the 15th floor, had stained carpet, an uncomfortable bed (certainly did not feel like a Sheraton Sleeper bed), an A/C that hardly worked, a bathroom with dirty tiles, the list goes on. After calling and complaining, the staff moved me to the top club level. Although a little better, still issues -- stained carpet, bathroom floors permenantly stained -- just an overall "old" feeling.
I checked out since I was so unhappy with the quality and moved over to the Hilton. Quite a difference -- the Hilton was new and a hell of a lot better.
Good Hotel for the cost
We paid around $100 per night with Breakfast free for 1 day. We were on the 19th floor and could not have been happier with the room which was decorated to the standard you would expect for that rate and was well equipped, comfortable and quiet. Service was good and the hotel was clean and had good amenities.
Renovation should help
The hotel will be renovated this year (2004). This should help things. The rooms are tired looking. Service was lacking. Structurally, the hotel is good, though. Check in was great. Latasha upgraded us and gave us free continental breakfast. Hotel operator was surly. When we told her we wanted an 11 am wake up call (we had arrived very late), she acted like there was something wrong with us.
We stayed at this hotel for one night-on a Saturday...excited about the Club-Level reservation that we made. We soon discovered and were disappointed that the Club Level ammenities weren't available on the weekend...The room, although a nice size with a King sized bed and pull-out sleeper sofa, accomodated us nicely, but the evening snacks and free drinks weren't a weekend thing. Soon, we found out that the free breakfast included in our price doesn't operate on the weekend.
Nice place to say
My husband and I were pleased with the location as well as the facilities at the downtown Sheraton. We had tickets to the Titans and the stadium is within walking distance. Also, Morton's, one of our favorite restaurants in behind the Sheraton. Our room was very clean and comfortable. We will definitely stay there again.
Everything cost extra
I recently stayed at the Sheraton in downtown Nashville. I paid $119.00 per night , but then I had to pay an extra $14.00 per day for parking in the hotel garage! If I wanted a refridgerator in my room that was extra too. The TV did not work and the room was dirty when I checked in. The closet door was off the track so I could not open it to hang my clothes. Finally they moved me to another room. Worst of all, a bottle of water was in my room when I arrived and only after drinking it did I notice the sign saying it was $5.00!
Coming from the peabody it was just bad
When You promise something you just should keep it. We did not like your hotel very much.
Hated the rooms
First room we rejected because of the noisy adjoining neighbours and the stained carpet and wallwaper. Second room somewhat cleaner except for the stench of cigarettes in the furnishings. To get a non-smoking room in this hotel is a major major problem and, quite frankly, this hotel needs a complete refurbish: the pool was out of action for "maintenance" and the sun terrace was out of bounds for "maintenance". As for the advertised revolving roof restaurant: that closed many years ago. Our bathroom had mould and peeling wallpaper and as for room service: no sugar one day, no coffee the next. Altogether a very unpleasant experience.