"Great basic hotel, cheaper than others in the area"
Great basic hotel and it was cheaper than others in the area during the same period. The amenities weren't that great though. I had to move rooms, because of the spotty Wi-Fi; and the gym has a bowflex machine that doesn't work.
Pretty cool hotel, very friendly staff and nice facility overall. Loved the room layouts so you are facing the windows. The only negative thing was that there is a window in the shower that faces the room...its frosted for privacy, but it was installed backwards. So you couldn't see out, but everyone in the room gets to see you and all your glory, slightly awkward.
Motel was older however it was clean and safe, Was in Franklin for the Tennessee State Championship. The Wi-Fi was pretty good. Liked the indoor entry a lot. There was a few repairs that needed to be done nothing major. Over all I was comfortable staying. The bed was fine and the pillows were good
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.