Stayed here on a Thursday through Saturday for business. Interior ok, yet lobby is very small. Business center is actually two pcs in the lobby near the breakfast area where any one can walk past and disturb you. Not a room or center at all. A group of kids came down and took up almost all of the lobby space -- there was no place to "lounge" if one decided too. Nice indoor pool. However, again the same group of kids kept it full until late at night. Breakfast is good -- not great -- better than say a muffin sandwich at McDonalds and it's free. Pretty good evening reception also. The parking lot was very full for a Thursday night and evening Friday morning. Bathroom is very tiny and I'm a 5'4" lady at 118 pounds. Stepping out of the shower I had to dodge hitting the toilet. The room was older and dated. The furniture was drab. Some more lighter, modern furniture would help. Also the fridge is very small so don't plan to put in a tall bottle of water unless you lie it down flat. Microwave is a mini one also. The beds were wonderful. Plenty of pillows and very easy on the back. There is a flat screen that can be viewed from either the bed or the couch. Nice work desk and wireless is free -- not to mention fast. I did not spend much time in the room -- it was bland anyway but if I did I would want nicer furnishings. Great staff, friendly and personable not to mention interesting and talkative -- not the standard hi and thank you for choosing Springhill. I had actual conversations and they recommended a nice place called Jack's for barbecue. Got a great rate, however, at the end of the stay I did feel if I spent some time in the room to kickback, I would shell out the dollars for a more aesthetically pleasing hotel. Not to mention there was no channel on the tv to tell you what channels were available and there was no guide in the room. As a matter of fact, there was no in room hotel book with local information, hotel information and no room service. While, the fitness room was nice and there was an in lobby "market" type store where snacks could be purchased. There were no extras, nothing to charm or wow. At $89 a night, I didn't expect the Taj Mahal or the Ritz. Somehow I thought Marriott would have more of a finer feel better ambience in the lobby and rooms. I guess I got what a paid for -- a clean room, comfortable bed, quiet at night -- even with those kids running around and free wifi as business traveler. Should I come back to Nashville for pleasure, I will stay elsewhere.
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- Experience a memorable stay in Nashville that will bring music to your ears with SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport. Just minutes from popular local attractions including Grand Ole Opry, Bridgestone Arena and Nissan Stadium, our hotel makes seeing the best of the city a breeze. We also offer a complimentary airport shuttle service to Nashville International Airport (BNA) for your convenience ... more less
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