We stayed 1 night while in the area for shopping. It was super close to Cool Springs Galleria. We had dinner at Johnathan's. ... located a short walk away. Food was also perfect. I will definitely be coming back again soon.
Hotel was clean, but quite old. Outdoor entry to every room made it a very noisy place at night. Seemed like many truckers stay there. Staff was very nice, breakfast was okay. Only problem is the age of the hotel, it has been painted but is still old, benefit, low price.
The check in was very easy as was the check out. The room was nicely furnished and loved that there was a seating area much like a living room. I felt like I was in a small apartment rather than a hotel.
Construction noise, walls like paper could hear rooms above and next room. The hotel and staff were wonderful,the construction of the hotel was shoty considering the band name. Too bad we were hoping we found our hotel for all our regular Nashville stays.
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.