622 Church St. East, Brentwood, Tennessee, United States
"I stayed here for four nights last week, on a Christmas visit to my adult children. I really don't understand the previous review from December, calling it "fairly run down." I've stayed in everything from places with holes in the walls and a reek of cigarette smoke to five-star resorts, and I don't agree that Brentwood Suites is run down. It's no palace, but it's not a dump, either. It's perfectly nice and a good value. Your first impression is the lobby, which was nicely decorated for Christmas, comfortably furnished, and with a cheerful gas log fire going in the fire place. A small bar and grill was just off the lobby, though the menu was quite limited. There is also a small fitness center. There is only one elevator, which rather surprised me, and it wasn't all that fast, but serviceable. A small area off the lobby contained snacks and drinks for purchase; I bought several bottles of Gatorade. My suite was clean, spacious, and comfortable. The foyer contained the closet, a comfortable sofa (I think it was also a foldout bed), an additional sink, a coffee maker, microwave, and fridge. The fridge had a sort of humming vibration that would have been impossible to sleep through, so I had to unplug it every night. The bathroom was comfortable, and there was plenty of hot water in the shower. The free shampoo and body wash samples were so small that it was almost as if they were intended for some kind of miniature beings; fortunately, even after all these years, I always bring my own shampoo and body wash, but if I hadn't, I would have been in a bind. The king-sized bed was firm and comfortable. The breakfast buffet, in a room off the lobby, included waffles, sausage patties, bacon, and corned beef hash, though I would have preferred hash browns. Strangely, after setting out their hot buffet on Christmas Day, the next day included only cold items, a continental breakfast, and this was such a letdown after the day before that I left and got breakfast somewhere else. The next day, the hot items were restored. The place is very conveniently located, right off I-65, and readily accessible to such major local thoroughfares as TN 254, which is also Old Hickory Road. A Kroger, a Target, and several intriguing restaurants are very close by. Because of my family circumstances, a holiday visit to Nashville will probably become an annual event for me, and I would certainly stay here again. Any inconveniences were quite minor, and I consider this an excellent value."
"We stayed here one night on our way back home from a funeral in Alabama. The hotel is an older place and could really use some updates with the furniture and fixtures. But, our room was clean and the staff was very nice and friendly. When booking lost cost hotels, you have to expect that they may not be updated as you'd like bit if they are clean and you are treated well, that can change your perspective. We would stay here again if going to Nashville."
"Nice entry way when walking in with the gas burning fireplace to keep you warm. Friendly staff (lobby, kitchen, bar & cleaning staff). Love the Keurig coffee machines in the room and in the lobby. Breakfast was ok but nothing to rave about. Hotel was very clean and spacious. Comfortable beds and great shower heads with hot water. Would definitely stay here again. Great value for the price!"