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Everything was great. Ok, the rooms are kind of old and you see that, but in fact this provides a very comfortable atmosphere. Also the people at the counter are very welcoming and helpful. Had to change my room because it was located directly next...More
My son and I just stayed at SB for two nights to attend Vanderbilt's graduation. I had stayed at SB before so knew what to expect in terms of the spartan rooms and shared bathrooms. Other nearby hotels were requiring a four-night minimum and charging...More
This place is amazing. If you are looking for a typical hotel experience, including generic bedding, bathrooms, and features, this is NOT it. There are no TVs in the rooms, single rooms have shared bathrooms, and everything is very minimalist and old. I took advantage...More
I just needed a place to stay the night before a conference in downtown Nashville, and I had always meant to check out the Scarritt-Bennett Center. As an alumna of beautiful Rhodes College in Memphis, I felt like I was back in my college days...More
Perfect accommodations for busy travelers looking for clean, quiet, simple lodging. We stayed in Gibson Hall which was built in 1940. Ideal for us - 2 active seniors looking to embrace the culture, history, music and fun of Nashville!
Sightseeing and exploring from mid-morning til...More
I dunno about breakfast but the place is about 5 minutes walking distance to several of your standard issue American restaurants you'd find anywhere, like starbucks and chipotle and etc. If you want to know if the place... More
I dunno about breakfast but the place is about 5 minutes walking distance to several of your standard issue American restaurants you'd find anywhere, like starbucks and chipotle and etc. If you want to know if the place itself serves food I think you should call or email them. When I was there the dining hall was not open, but I've heard people say they've eaten in there.