See why so many travellers make Sleep Inn Nashville their hotel of choice when visiting Nashville. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Sleep Inn Nashville features 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Sleep Inn Nashville guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re ready to try some local flavor, be sure to check out Rudie's Seafood and Sausage, which is known for serving up tasty poutine, which is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Nashville is also home to Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, a popular state park that is not too far from Sleep Inn Nashville.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Sleep Inn Nashville as you experience all of the things Nashville has to offer.
I booked a room with them tonight but while on the way my husband started vomiting. I called to cancel and get a refund but was told we could still come and stay but they would not cancel. I asked him if he understood that someone in our party could potentially have a deadly virus. He said yes and that we could still stay at the hotel. I decided to drive back to our state (2 hours away) to be safe. But beware! A $60 refund wasn't worth it to Greg to cancel a reservation and possibly save the lives of his stagg and visitors.
We were on a road trip and wanted to stay in Nashville for a few days to soak up the experience. This is a very very good motel. Clean and very nice and helpful staff. We were close to all the attractions we wanted within 15 minutes tops. We would definitely recommend staying at this motel.
Not really a place to go if you want your wife to be comfortable. We gave it a shot because it had reasonable rates,breakfast, and was near enough to the airport, but I would not stay there again. My biggest gripe is the bathroom. It was very very old and smelly. The toilet smelled bad, like foul body odor emanating from the lower tile area maybe. The shower looked nasty and had a rubber mat thing that they tried to spruce it up with ten years ago. Stepping onto it was cringe worthy. Slimy sticky yuck. And then after the shower the bottom of my feet burned and still do as I write this. My wife had flip flops and her experience was worse. The shower head sprayed hard from the center and she adjusted it and the spray pattern changed, but she said it smelled like feces. Maybe it was the water I said to console her but who knows. Very bad disgusting shower all around. The beds were ok. Breakfast ok, area ok, staff ok, but the shower was so bad that I will never stay at this place again. …
I chose to stay at Sleep Inn 3437 Percy Priest Dr, Nashville overnight in preparation for an early morning flight from BNA. Ms Funke provided one of the most professional, friendly and efficient "check ins" I've ever had...she was great. The hotel was nice as well. However, the only drawback in the experience was I happened to stay the night of the final game of the world series. Due to "modern" construction of the hotel, the walls were thin and noise from World Series viewers, slamming doors down the hall, upstairs residents, etc made it very difficult to get to sleep. I slept very little that night and would only stay again if I could get a more quiet location in the hotel.
This is a review I left on another site about the Sleep Inn but I'm sharing it here: I vacationed in Nashville from Wednesday, 8/28/2019 - Sunday, 9/01/2019. When planning my trip, I was surprised at how expensive the nice hotels are in the downtown area. I wanted to do cheap, little getaway but most of the downtown hotels started at around $200 a night. I found out about this cheaper hotel through priceline.com and booked a reservation. My four night stay at the Sleep Inn only cost a total of $496.36. This Sleep Inn is about six and a half miles from downtown Nashville and is located on Dickerson Pike. Dickerson Pike is a long street with several economically priced hotels (like the Days Inn, Super 8, Econo Lodge) and fast food restaurants. Arby's, Wendy's, McDonald's, Waffle House and a Walgreens are within walking distance of the Sleep Inn. When I was visiting downtown a local asked me where I staying. When I told him he said, "Ooooh, be careful out there." But it didn't seem rough to me. The closest thing I saw to any criminal activity was a skinny prostitute walking down the street one night. You will save money staying at the Sleep Inn but the cost of rideshares can add up. Here are some of the fares I paid riding Lyft to a few noteworthy destinations: - The cost of going from the Megabus location to the Sleep Inn was $13.14 - Going to the Country Music Hall of Fame from the Sleep Inn will cost between $12 - $14 - It cost me $9.83 to travel from the Grand Ole Opry to the Sleep Inn - $9.53 to ride Lyft to the Johnny Cash Museum - $8.93 to the Ryman Auditorium - $11.90 to go to the Parthenon using Lyft When I entered the Sleep Inn, I was greeted by a friendly, young woman who looked East Indian. The lobby was clean. There was an area that had pamphlets of various Nashville tourist destinations. There is a business center with one computer. If you want to print something on it, you must go to the front desk to retrieve your copy. There is also an overhead tv in the business center. Free breakfast is served every morning near the lobby but I never tried it. The woman at the front desk quickly found my reservation and I was given a card key to room 224. I didn't have to pay any incidental fees but she did tell me that since my room is non-smoking, I will be charged $250 if they find out I've been smoking in it. You don't have to tell me twice! The elevator was kind of slow. I rode it because I had luggage but otherwise, I'd just take the stairs. The worst thing about the hotel was the smell in the hallways. I don't know what it was but I noticed it every time I stepped outside my room. I didn't smell it from inside my room though. My room was very nice and clean. The air conditioning worked fine. There was a microwave, a small refrigerator, and a coffee maker. Inside the closet was an ironing board and one of the best working irons I've ever used in a hotel. The restroom was also clean and the shower has a glass door you have to pull open to enter. There were enough towels and a couple of small bars of soap. The sink is right beside the restroom instead of inside it. The view from the room itself was nothing much: just the Arby's next door. In my room were two double beds and the one I slept in was very comfortable. I slept well every night. The carpet passed my personal push up test. If I can do push ups on it without getting my hands dirty, it passes my test. I was able to do that. I didn't watch much tv but it worked well. A few not so good things about my stay (besides the smell in the hallways): 1) There was no ATM machine. I went to Walgreens to use theirs. 2) The Sleep Inn is a little stingy with the small bars of soap. 3) There is one brother who works at the front desk who knows only two ways to act: Rude and sarcastic. Instead of sitting at the front desk, he often will sit in a side room behind the front desk and peep out when he hears customers enter through the sliding glass doors. He acts like guests are an intrusion and if you ask him a question, he'll either give you a sharp one word answer or make some "smart" remark. But the rest of the staff was cool. In summation, I would stay at this Sleep Inn again. It's nothing fancy but it's cost efficient, convenient and my room was nice. It would be more fun to stay downtown where all the action is but this is a good place to stay if you want to save money.…