Stayed at the hotel during the ice/snowstorm in February 2021. Very quiet, clean hotel. Not happy with the fact that you have to pay for parking at the hotel you are staying at is ridiculous to me, especially when the hotel is not in a high traffic area where parking would be an issue.
Desk staff was incredible. We opted for the Parlor Room for the same price as a standard and highly recommend it. Beware the $32 daily self parking though...That is ridiculous on top of a $40 resort fee.
Easy check in, friendly staff and accessible parking
We were in town for a week for a medical procedure, which is stressful enough in itself. When we found out we would need to stay over an extra day, the staff at the front desk had that fixed for me within minutes. We were able to concentrate on what we were there to do and not have to worry about ...
We only stayed for two nights while we were in town for a concert. Other than a few quirky things like the air temp deciding to set itself a few times throughout the day and there only being a single slow elevator the stay was excellent. The apartment is spacious and comfy and the price is equivalent ...
Great location. Comfortable loft with everything better then expected! Enterence was easy, parking lot next door very convenient. We would love to stay in this loft at our next trip to Nashville. Thank You for providing travelers a great home to call ours for a fun weekend.
We had a good experience and the cottage is located in a great location. It was nice to have the comforts of a home vs the hotel. Limited items in the kitchen, but for the most part there was everything us 3 couples needed. The bed in the master was basically a mattress really low to the floor. If ...
Great place. Only issue was that when entering the building it smelled of cigarette smoke, but that was in the overall entryway. The apartment itself was fresh and very clean. Great place to stay. Will be back next time I have an opportunity to visit Nashville.
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