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I pulled up to the entrance on Fourth Street and was surprised. Minimal room had been left for parking and a sign for valet parking greeted me. Other than the valet option, parking is not readily available. With the lateness of the day and the noise level from Printer's Square (a block long section of town dedicated to those 21 years and older of which my daughter should never go there), I accepted the young man's offer to park my car.
My wife already started the check-in process and learned that the night clerk was from Missouri. We exchanged the usual banter of Kansas versus Missouri jokes before we received our room assignments. We were given a primo room, corner location with extra space. Additionally, the hotel was taking a survey on the types of services the patrons would prefer and we'd receive a full breakfast for taking the time to complete a 4 page document. Wow.
The room was great with all the features we needed. My wife was able to dial-up with a high speed connection and use the extra desk space for her work. After she finished, we obtained excellent recommendations from our Missouri friend on the downtown nightlife options.
We did fill out the survey and were the only people in the breakfast room the next morning. The entire buffet and chef were just for us. I ate enough to show my appreciation and because the food was good.
I probably won't stay here again because of the cost and I like to park my own car. I would let my wife stay here if she were traveling by herself.
From journal More to Nashville than the Opry