The Nashville Renaissance by Mariott is a slightly older hotel just a very short walk off Broadway and the Ryman Auditorium. If youa re in town for a concert or to spend some time partying on Music Row, this is a perfect location.
The front desk staff was very friendly and accomodating. She was great with recommendations for food and even went the extra mile to suggest a local breakfast spot if we were "looking for something outside of the hotel." I thought this was great since they would usually push the hotel food and not want you to go out and explore the local restaurants. It didn't hurt that her suggestion - Puckett's - was amazing! We ate breakfast there one day and lunch the next it was so good! The day we were checking out, I inquired at the front desk about a PC and printer to print our boarding passes. The woman working pointed me to the kiosk, but mentioned that it worked great for everything but Delta. Figures! But no worry - she offered to print our passes right there and in a moment I was on my way. It was no problem and I didn't even have to ask. Nice folks!
Our room was spacious and clean and comfortable. We had a great view of Nashville. The bed was very comfortable and the linens were nice. The hallways and decor of the hotel are nice too with music-themed carpet and chocolate sculptures. Some of it is a little dated - but certainly not worn out or old feeling.
I had the opportunity for a quick soak in the hot tub and the whole work out room, hot tub and pool area were really nice. Strange how high up the bench n the jacizzi was, but it was nice.
We opted out of the valet parking and parked in the ramp across the street. at $8 a day it was a far better deal for us, especially since we only really needed our car once before we left for the airport.
The one thing that was an issue for us was that the walls seem a little thin. In the mornings and evenings we could hear people in the adjacent rooms talking and their TVs. They weren't being loud, and it didn't go real late, but it was noticeable. It wouldn't keep us from going back - just something worth mentioning. Also - Wifi is an outrageous $14+ a day. That is a shame.
In conclusion, this is a great property in a great location in downtown Nashville. It's pricey for sure, but the proximity and customer service can't be beat. We would definately consider coming back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Renaissance Nashville Hotel is a perfect destination for those looking to stay in the heart of downtown Nashville, Tenn. Discover hidden gems within the hotel, including newly renovated rooms, elevators and indoor pool, fitness center, live music at the Bridge Lounge, and local eats at the Commerce Street Grille. Our Navigators can assist with sightseeing plans or point you to Bridgestone Arena and Nissan Stadium formerly LP Field, both within walking distance. Plan your meeting or event with us, too! Our convenient attached meeting space options including 30,000 feet of newly acquired space. Book a meeting with us and receive personal Marriott Rewards bonuses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Nashville
- Nashville Renaissance