"Good location, fair price. Ask about the bathroom"
Generally a good experience. I would stay again but only after making sure I did not get a bathroom with a shower that is open to the bathroom...i.e., walk in. The water inevitably gets on the floor and it is a slick floor, especially when wet.
Enjoy the southern hospitality at this Baymont Inn and Suites Franklin TN, just off Interstate 65 and convenient to historic …More
We stayed for 4 consecutive days and didn't want to be disturbed with cleaning crew, as we enjoyed the nightly music scene and wanted to sleep late. They respected our privacy and cheerfully honored our requests for additional towels, toilet paper, etc. Since the hotel is in Franklin, we were a bit disappointed by the wear and tear of the building - outside railings unsteady and "remedied" with duct tape. The hot water was almost "too hot," but not really a complaint b/c we never ran out of hot water, even with 4 people taking showers consecutively. We were a bit disappointed in the free breakfast - only fruit was apples, no oranges or bananas; biscuits seemed half-baked. Okay, if you're a light breakfast eater. Overall, a good experience.
Right off the highway, plenty of places to eat close by, room was a little outdated, but it was clean and comfortable. The walls and ceiling are very thin- I heard a lot going on with the people above me and beside me, but that's not the hotels fault. I was only there one night and it was a nice experience.
My only complaint about this hotel was the night valet who parked my car. With the keyless ignition, if you push the button a second time after turning the car off, it leaves the radio and all other electrical on all night. Result? In the morning, my battery was completely dead. Rachel at the front desk and Keevin, the morning valet, did everything they could to help. Rachel discounted my room, removed the valet charge and helped me get the phone number for the local Ford dealer as Keevin's attempted to jump off the battery. Unfortunately, the key fob had been deprogrammed in the process. Car did start eventually, but I got home 4 hours later than planned. Room was very quiet and with that one exception, the rest of the hotel staff was great.
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.