100% Non-Smoking Hotel The newly renovated La Quinta Inns & Suites Clarksville TN Hotel is conveniently located off Interstate 24, near Austin Peay State University, offers easy access to Fort Campbell, KY and Downtown Nashville. Browse the shops, grab a bite to eat, and catch a flick at Governor's Square Mall - less than one mile from our Clarksville, TN, hotel. Tour historic Downtown Clarksville and view the extensive collections at Customs House Museum & Cultural Center, only 10 minutes away. Spend a relaxing day on the links with 18 holes at nearby Cole Park Golf Club, and enjoy a night out on the town watching a production at Roxy Regional Theatre, just 15 minutes away. If you are a sports fan, a 45-minute drive will take you to LP Field to watch the Tennessee Titans on the gridiron and Bridgestone Arena - home ice of the Nashville Predators. Bask in the classic comforts designed to make your trip easy with amenities like free Wi-Fi access, on-site fitness center, indoor pool, and hot tub here at the La Quinta Inn & Suites Clarksville. During downtime, kick back in your room with a pillow top bed, luxury linens, microwave, refrigerator, free wireless Internet access, 42-inch flat screen HDTV w/premium cable channels, and much more. For a soothing trip, book one of our suites with a jetted bath tub. Start you morning with our free Bright Side Breakfast located near the lobby. Pets are always welcome at our hotel in Clarksville, TN. Book early to guarantee availability upon arrival at the La Quinta Inn & Suites Clarksville hotel.
The staff was more than friendly and inviting. The location was great and surrounded by shopping and restaurants. The bed was comfortable. Plenty of furniture; chairs, tables, dresser, night stand, to work from or place items. The breakfast had a nice selection. I always enjoy my stays at La Quintas, and intend to stay and another in the future.
The bedsheets were scratchy. As with any place that has an indoor pool, the entire building smelled of chlorine. The mini fridge would rattle everything on top of it when the compressor turned on. Unplugging it solved that.