A spacious, central base in downtown Music City, US The Homewood Suites by Hilton Nashville-Downtown is located in the historic district near the excitement of downtown Nashville's music, entertainment and night life. This all-suite hotel caters to the needs of extended stay guests as well as business and leisure travelers Discover our suites in the elegant Doctor's Building - constructed in ornate style in 1910 and lovingly refurbished into a modern hotel. Whether you're in town for a Nashville business trip, a pilgrimage to the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame or to catch the Tennessee Titans at LP Field, Homewood Suites by Hilton Nashville-Downtown puts you at the center of Nashville's action Your hot full breakfast is included every day. Enjoy the included evening dinner and drinks* served Monday through Thursday, and stock your suite's kitchen with favorites from our on-site 24-hour convenience mart. Work smart in your suite with high-speed internet access included throughout this downtown Nashville hotel Work out at your leisure. A 24-hour fitness center equipped with modern cardio equipment and free weights allows you to maintain any exercise program during your stay in Nashville. Get warm and enjoy some quality time planning an evening in downtown Nashville from the comfort of the whirlpool *Local and state laws appl
We found the staff super friendly and very accommodating to our needs. The beds were very comfortable and it was nice to have the kitchen facility although we didn't use it.
We got a room. Although we did not need it, the bathroom was very accessible.
Antiseptic. Needs a refresh. Poor layout: the room and the valet parking.
Bed and pillows
Pretty close to all the things we were interested in. Clean. Breakfast was pretty decent. The room was larger than we needed, though it was arranged oddly.
They need a separate service elevator, even if they reserve one of the three in place now for service only. There were a number of times where staff had the elevators filled. Also, they could probably turn the AC down in the hallways -- it was actually cold in the common areas.