Room was very clean, fridge in room and microwave. We stayed 4 nights. Only problems we had were the first two nights there were guests having parties in the parking lot (Pony in the Smokies maybe?). They were making noise pretty late at night and kids were running up and down the hall half the night. ...
Enjoyed our visit. Nice hotel, friendly staff. Would definitely recommend! Close to all attractions. Clean and affordable!
Very clean and comfortable and they welcomed my dogs. The breakfast was all carbs so I couldn’t eat anything
Older hotel vary well kept, staff was super, great location to downtown,great cookies
Substandard hotel. No hot water for shower. In poor overall condition. Breakfast was poor: out of decaf, milk,fruit. Angry guests arguing with the staff over the poor conditions. No ice machine. This hotel should be off your list. Thank you
Nice place to rest you head for the night. Looks like it’s been recently updated. Love that the floors are wood laminate, you can tell if they are clean, unlike carpet! Parking is limited, had to park in the back of the lot it is well lit!. However there are security cameras at several locations ...
Worst hotel I have ever stayed at. Room stunk and was in a serious state of disrepair.
Check in was easy. The location of the hotel worked great. Overall I am very pleased with the stay.
Easy excess for parking, and to the Shell station as well as to the street,neat and clean
Experience firsthand the pulsating rhythm of this great states with its deep musical roots. From Graceland, home of the King, to the heart of Nashville, music flows through the veins of everyone in Tennessee, and their enthusiasm shines for both up-and-coming music stars and the state's fabulous resources.
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