We (friend and me) took a private room for three nights, but it was a bit of a letdown. Although the location is perfect if you want to go partying downtown, the room was awful. It had two bunk beds, and that was it. Not even a table or chair to put some stuff like clothing on. No nightstand, locker, nothing. To add insult to injury, the room had no (NO) outside window and no a/c, only a small fan which made an annoying sound. In the end, we payed 398 dollar for three nights in what is essentially a large cupboard.
Staff was friendly and helpful and the location great, that's why I give it three stars. For the room: one star. At least it was pretty quiet at night.
Claustrophobics need not apply.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nashville Downtown Hostel is a playground for global backpackers. Come experience the hostel established by a global backpacker who values safety, comfort, and convenience in a friendly home away from home. We have 48 private rooms / 250 dormitory beds. We are open 24 hours x 7 days week with front desk staff presence. Our guests have 24 hour access via security code door. We have bike and locker storage where you can drop off your luggage while you explore the town. You are welcome to check-in as early as 7am but facility fee applies for the usage of bed, shower, kitchen, and WIFI outside of overnight hours (3pm to 11am the next day). The facility fee applies for Non-overnight guest. For the security measure everyone entering the property must show proof of travel, we require either an international passport or U.S. Driver's license with matching major credit card or bank card. ... more less