Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport
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... a few minutes deciding what would be next on our itinerary and then departed to the parking lot so I could leave my postcards and the remainder of my golden cookie in the car. As we approached Broadway we filled into some more souvenir shops before finding a restaurant to enjoy lunch. Jessica’s friend recommended we check out Jacks BBQ or Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. I think Jessica was interested in Margaritaville but I shunned any recommendations ...
Great building with tons of history and character.... also where I had to go to court.....This building is AMAZING...I had to go here today for court..so I was so excited to able to enter the building.
... down a side street off Broadway. When we were near it during our Urban Hike it was closed so I took some photos of the outside. Usually when we are Urban Hiking, other than food or a few drinks, we like to keep things FREE
Admission to this museum is $15 per adult and the souvenirs are a little on the pricey side for my taste..
... the shuttle who was supposed to be coming and finally about 515 the shuttle arrived to take me to the airport. As it had been a cold night, the driver told me that he could not get his van to start and was about to ¨just give up!¨ That would have been a great start to my day! Thankfully I arrived with time to check in and make it to the gate. I had a row all to myself as well on the way to Miami, so I could not complain too ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport
Very pleasant stay
We stayed for one night before a business trip and really enjoyed the Radisson. The front desk person was super nice and friendly. She gave me an unexpected discount for a suite which was great. The hotel lobby is very nice. We were on the top floor (7) so the view was pretty good of the surrounding area. The suite was very spacious. There was a separate sitting area that had a wet bar, desk w/a nice chair, sofa, and a nice armoire that enclosed one of the two tvs. The cable reception was very good compared to other hotels. It was web enabled so you could access the internet by using the tv. We didn't try this feature, but I'm sure it was neat. The bathroom was very clean and visually appealing. There was plenty of space on the vanity. The only real drawback about the bathroom was the lighting. It could have been a bit softer. The bedroom had nice french doors that could be shut if need be to block off the sitting area. The sleep number bed was dreamy. The sheets, pillows, and comforter were very comfy and clean. There was a big window in the bedroom with a very decent view. The indoor pool area of the hotel was ok. It wasn't really appealing and was a little colder than I'd like. Parking was very good, and they also offered a 24 hour shuttle service within a 2 mile radius which was a nice perk.
About the surrounding area: this hotel is very convenient to the airport. It probably takes less than five minutes to get there. The hotel is located amongst many other hotels, but there are also restaurants and other stores in the area. I would not recommend visiting the K-Mart that is just across Royal Parkway. The parking lot just didn't seem safe to me, and the employees were completely out of it.
Overall, I would definitely recommend the Radisson. We had a great stay.
The hotel was very nicely renovated like it says on the site. The staff were friendly and prompt. There were a few things that would be nice for them to change. 1st-If you are like me, I like to be able to get room service whenever, which is not the case at this particular hotel. Room service is available a few hours in the morning and not offered again until 5pm to 10pm. That is a big deal to me. Also, if you need an extra bed in the room, forget it on the weekend and if they do have one available, it is an extra $10 a night. Also, if you want late check-out, that is not in there vocabulary. Just forget it. Besides that, everything was great. One more thing which the hotel does not have control over and something I learned, if you book through a site other than the hotel itself, you are not guaranteed the room you picked on this site. I needed 2-double beds d/t two couples staying in the room and had no choice but to take a king size bed and of course they did not have a rollaway bed available. So, my friends ended up getting their own room. Appreciate that, Expedia.com.
My wife and I wanted a couple of days away from the grind and visited Nashville for some rest and relaxation. The Radisson was nice, clean and within 15-20 minutes drive to Opry Mills mall and Green Hills mall. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The room was nice and clean. Just two problems : the air conditioning ran but did not cool the room and the shower was frugal. A small, plastic, hand-held type shower head mounted about 5 ft. up the wall. I am 6'1" so I had to stoop to wash my hair or hold the show head in my hand. Otherwise the hotel was nice and I would stay here again. Not worth the $139 a night but it was SEC basketball tournament weekend.
OK thats all
After a fantastic weeks holiday in Nashville with my partner. On our way home due to the snow in New York we could not catch our origional flight so we had to book into the Raddison. The hotel is very nice when you walk in, Staff are friendly etc, but when we checked into our room there was hair on the bedspread and ciggarette ash on the seat the room smelled of ciggatrettes eventough it was supposed to be non smoking. So unfortunately we were not very impressed with this hotel and would NOT stay there again. Sorry!!!
My favorite Nashville hotel - Predictable and comfortable
I have stayed at this hotel many times over the years, mainly because it seems to come up on Pricleine when I select 3 Star in the Airport area. I stayed at the hotel first as Wyndham Garden hotel and later as Wyndham. Now that its a Radisson it is even better. The sleep number beds are really a great addition. And they are also using very nice bed linens, similar to the Westin Hotels. The hotel is being updated currently, and there are lots of small but impressive changes.
The hotel has a very comfortable bar area and a full restaurant. Overall, the feel is first class and the service is great. Highly recommended.
Excellent nights stay
I had to put my son on a flight to San Francisco on Saturday, so we decided to go down to Nashville and take in a hockey game. I booked (bought) a room through Priceline. The room was as requested, 2 beds no smoking. The room was immaculate. The sheets on the beds were crispy clean. The bathroom flawless. The clerk at the check-in was friendly and prompt. There is a small, quaint, lobby bar. The hotel is going through some renovations but that wasn't visible to us. The mattresses felt like goose down and were super comfortable. Probably the best feature of this place is it is so close to the airport. It takes about 2 minutes from the hotel. I will definetly stay here again.
Radisson Nashville Staff is Great
Booked two rooms in December 2005 through Priceline at $35 a night for one night. The staff was so friendly and helpful and tried to accomodate my every request. The room had just been remodeled and we were the first guests. The bedding was thick & soft, and the mattresses were very comfortable. The attention to small details was evident in everything from the lighted make-up mirror to the nice ice buckets to the curved shower rods. Extra towels and toiletries were provided. The check out time of 12 pm was really nice, considering my last hotel had a 10 am checkout time.
My only concerns were:
1. Remodeling in the breakfast,restaurant area. Was very noisy when I first walked in. But the workers were gone within an hour;
2. Breakfast was fairly expensive(no continental);
3. No smoking room available due to the remodeling.
4. Wish they had laundered the brand-new bedding & down comforter after they took them out of the bags and before they put them on the beds... I think new bedding needs washing, but that's just my preference I guess.
But all in all it was a very nice stay (a wonderful night's sleep) and the staff was terrific! Very great value considering the low price paid.
Booked two rooms for two nights through Priceline at $45/night each. Nights were during Thanksgiving holidays so hotel was fairly empty.
The King bed had a sleep-number adjustable bed. The sheets and pillows were excellent. The room was nicely sized and laid out. The bathroom was clean except for a small amount of black mildew in the shower.
The hotel has a relatively large indoor pool which was overly heated.
The Radisson is a couple of miles from the airport and is in a business-park setting with 5 other hotels.
There was a $10/person breakfast buffet each morning but we didn't make use of it. Nor did i see anyone else dining there. Again, I believe the hotel had very few customers due to the holidays and its location.
Great Hotel & Great Staff
I've been staying here once a month for the past 3 years. Bedding is fabulous---even ordered one of their pillows for my home. Always clean & very quiet. I feel very safe here while staying alone. The staff is very professional & helpful. The food is superior for a hotel. I always look forward to my stay here.
Room quality above average, but...
Got room through priceline. Before getting there, after a few calls were finally able to switch from 2 dbl beds to a king. Bed was very comfortable (a Sleep Number bed). Room was pretty nice, better than any others I've stayed in at that price. Bathroom was nice too. Could barely hear TV on some channels/shows.
A/C kept getting warm after a few hours of use. Maint. man came immediately and worked on it a few mins, getting it working for another few hours. Said A/C units are 20+ years old and the pipe gets clogged (has cold water running through it). Supposed to get upgraded sometime I think he said.
Hotel is currently remodeling, so our room had slight paint smell, and we got woken up every morning at 8ish by sound of loud drilling/buzzing noise (like an air hammer) that sounded like it was just about to come through the wall. Later figured out it was actually down on the floor below and over one room. We asked for another room, but hotel said it didn't have any others.