Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 476
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TS33 Excellent service, comfortable and clean room
By far one of the best Holiday Inns I've experienced. The staff were so wonderful, friendly, and helpful. The room was very clean. Overall, great value in a great city!
September 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cutie pants breakfast
It would be good if you could leave some of the basics available all day yogurts juices milk fruits perhaps toast jelly coffee. I rarely make it to breakfast in time and if something would be available through out the day it would be great. Also unrelated the toilet tissue is horrible an upgrade in softness would be nice.
September 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gdub522 Music to Our Ears
My wife and I went to Nashville for the first time this past Labor Day weekend and had a wonderful visit. In great part because we chose to stay at the Holiday Inn Express on Broadway. To be honest, I'm accustomed to staying in premier hotels for business and sometimes even when we travel, but my wife loves to save money. This place was the perfect compromise. You get a lot of bang for your buck.The hotel was clean and comfortable. Many of the rooms have been remodeled recently and we requested to stay in one, which turned out rather nice, although I can't comment on the non-updated rooms. The hotel staff is impeccable and incredibly friendly. They were quite accommodating and we greatly appreciated their hospitality. The fact that the hotel offers a gym and swimming pool didn't hurt either. Nashville gets hot in the Summer time if you hadn't heard. The big bonus for me was the free breakfast every morning. And this is not your average free breakfast of bland muffins and lukewarm coffee. They had everything from pancakes to sausage to cereal, eggs, yogurt, oatmeal... the list goes on and on. It's a huge spread and lots of it. My wife loved it too, probably more so because it was free. Regardless, we both found the food to be quite delicious. We also found the location to be perfect. Just a short walk to the bars and restaurants on Broadway, the Country Music Museum, Bridgestone Arena just down the street and the Gulch, which is a quaint little section of town offering fun shops and great dining. I would definitely recommend staying at the Holiday Inn Express on Broadway. We had a great time and will certainly stay there again the next time we visit Music City.
September 5, 2014