SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport

Address: 1100 Airport Center Dr, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Nashville Shores, Wave Country, Long Hunter, and Shelby Park.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport

      Great Hotel-Great Value!

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      Clean, beautiful facility with A very helpful and efficient staff. The continental breakfast is first rate. Would definitely go back!

      Okay hotel, but leave the neighborhood to dine

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      We had a smallish, but comfortably appointed suite. The room was clean and everything worked. I asked for a quiet room and the room we were assigned was as quiet as it could be.

      The staff members were pleasant and the morning breakfast was adequate.

      Minor complaint: We asked for and got a non-smoking room which was fine. However, from the elevator to the room, the smell of smoke was extremely strong.

      Advice concerning dining: Leave the neighborhood to dine. We found the surrounding restaurants to vary from fast food to greasy to awful. (NB: If you have ANY developed sense of Chinese food, avoid the Chinese restaurant closest to the hotel. Unfortunately, the desk clerk thought it was "pretty good" and recommended to us.) My suggestion is to head toward the Hermitage (Andrew Jackson's home). There are a number of descent restaurants once one gets off the highway.

      Suggestions for Attractions: If you want to get away from the "country music Nashville" and tourist traps, you should either drive a little further out of the city to visit the Hermitage or drive back into Nashville to see the full-scale replica of the Parthenon.

      Invasion of the ants

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      Stayed here in June while attending a conference downtown. Although a Silver Elite Marriott Awards member who usually stays at Marriott properties, in this case I had some problems and will not stay at this location again. The first evening, after checking in, my wife felt something on her neck and back -- ants! Upon further inspection we discovered ants on the sofa, sink, and tables in the bedroom. Then we noticed crumbs of food on the floor and under the sofa. In short, the room had not be cleaned properly and ants had invaded. The front desk was kind enought to move us to another room, although that entailed packing everything back up and unpacking again. At least the second room was ant-free.

      The third (of four) nights there, we noticed that the light in the bathroom (including shower) was getting very dim. We reported this the next day, but nothing was done, and the light went out completely. The last evening there, on our way to the Opry, we again reported the light was out and asked that it be replaced. However, upon our return (very late), this had not occurred. So, the next morning we showered in the dark.

      The hotel has good points - location, good free breakfast, big rooms, free parking, etc., but poor housekeeping and follow-up. What could have been a very nice experience became a disappointment. This is not an indictment of Marriott, but just this one location.

      Nice hotel

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      Stayed there last night. Nice hotel. The pool is large for an indoor pool and it was clean as was the jacuzzi. No restaurants on site, but a couple of places will deliver and just down the street from other restaurants. The staff was nice and helpful. The room small, but clean, the bed was comfortable.

      Great Hotel and Service

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      This was our second stay in Nashville, and though we do love homstead studio suites as well. This hotel had a pool. I once again took my daughter and four of her friends for her birthday dec 28-30.

      We loved the hotel. The service was wonderul. Room service was always nice and accomidating. The breakfast bar was good, you can fix your own waffles. It's not a small breafast bar, there's plenty variety on it. It is just a small area with need to make it a bit bigger, because many people are trying to get thier food all at once. The dinning room is big. The kitchen help, was very nice and kept everything hot and stocked.

      Other wise, the hotel is clean, great room space, good kitchen, and the front deak is very nice. I didn't swim but the gilrs did and they said the pool was great.

      We did go to opry mills, cant take girls to nashville and not go to the mall! Always found a good parking spot right next to the side of the building, on the side of the theater. That was a blessing. A few stores had good after Christmas deals too.

      We visited the Ryman autorium and music hall of fame. At the ryman, we we did get to see a famous person, though I forgot his name. His wife deals with, or owns, the hall of fame. Aint I terrible. He does a lot of shows on CMTV. Just cant think of his name. Sings with cling black I think. Anyway, He was nice and the girls got to talk and take thier picture with him.

      We then had dinner at the Hard Rock cafe, where the whole restuarant sang happy birthday, and jammed to a few songs, dancing in the isles. The food was great too. The girls and I had a wonderful time there. Our waiter was wonderful, fun and made the girls feel so special.!!!!

      We rode in the limo outside, the driver was so wonderful, he gave us $5 discount for her brithday and with everyone chipping in for $30 we rode for a half of an hour!.

      The next day we went ice skating at the sportplex, and then had a night of family fun line dancing at the wild horse. That was four hours the girls begged me not to leave, but at ten, family hours are over. The waitress, hostess and band was great! But we all know that changes after the kiddies have to leave. lol.

      We had a wonderful time in nashiville! For about $300.00 for just my daughter and I, the girls brought there own money, and we got a deal on the hotel for two days. ($60.00 a night I think{?}) Went through the same price of the visotrs bueraeu, and the chain on the phone accomidated it. That was great service!!!

      We had a wonderful exciting time. We will stay with this hotel everytime we go back. I do not know how I will be able to top her 14th birthday with her sweet sixteen!

      Wish I could have stayed longer

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      I picked this hotel from prevous good reviews and they were right. Easy to get to, parking good, great pool, good breakfast, staff pleasant and a nice big clean room. If I went to Nashville again I would definitely stay there and will look out for other Springhills when I an in USA again, if this is a typical example.

      Great Place and Park and Fly

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      I have stayed here 3 times and used the park and fly transportation. The room is very clean. The free breakfast is very good. The pool is large for an indoor pool. The staff are very friendly. You will be pleased. I will be back again.

      Wonderful place to stay

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      We have stayed here on all of our recent visits to Nashville. It is very nice for the price. My daughter loves the indoor pool.

      Nice, clean hotel

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      This hotel is clean and conveniently located near the airport. We did not receive replacement towels one day, but once we called, we had clean towels within ten minutes.

      Always a great stay

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      This property is always very clean and the staff is very courteous. I stay at this hotel frequently for business and I wish all the hotels I stay at could be as nice as this one.

      TripAdvisor Reviews SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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