Hotel was full but quiet at night. One night was very stormy weather so attached restaurant was very convenient. Views from our 8th floor windows were very pretty. Only complaint was having to wait on elevators in mornings. Some people had pets with them but all were well behaved.
For the price, we expected better. while the bed was comfortable, the linens were cheap and rough. There were only 2 towels which were also of poor quality. The furnishings were quite odd--some kind of plastic? The mirror was cracked and there was a hole in the wall. Bathroom floor needed a good scrubbing. Breakfast was minimal.
Nice, updated room. Check in was easy and the front desk clerk was very friendly. Morning desk clerk was no where to be found though to ask about a late check out. Didn't answer the phone, could not find him/her for the 15 mins we waited.
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We were early for check in, the lady trying to check us in gave us bottled water and bags of chips for the kids. They were wonderful and very polite. This is the 2nd time I have stayed here and I am beyond impressed with this hotel. The breakfast is unreal. If you can't get full, there is an issue!
I would say that everything was great other than the bathroom. The architect should have been fired. The room itself was spacious, but the bathroom was so tiny that I had to back up next to the toilet in order to open the door. Additionally, the tub could have used some repairs and the vent fan was obnoxiously loud.
Founded in 1799 and named after Benjamin Franklin, the city of Franklin was the center of Tennessee’s plantation economy prior to the Civil War. Today, downtown Franklin is comprised of a 15-block historic district, with Victorian architecture, elegant boutiques, and antique shops. Many musicians call Franklin home, including country legend George Jones and bluegrass singer Alison Krauss.