This place was just okay. The room was musty and stinky. A bit of a disappointment compared to the... See full review
Sep 25, 2013
The room was large and clean. the bathroom was also clean. It did not have a hair dryer, but that... See full review
Mar 27, 2013
Red Roof Inn Clarksville, Tennessee is a pet friendly, family friendly discount hotel. This hotel is close to Dunbar Cave State Park, Austin Peay State University, Governors Square Mall, Beachhaven Winery, Swan Lake Golf Course, Eastland Green Golf Course and Fort Campbell.
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This place was just okay. The room was musty and stinky. A bit of a disappointment compared to the other Red Roofs that have been remodeled. There are other places to stay at the same price and are nicer. I would pass this one by.
Hotel staff was very uncooperative, particularly when we tried to check in. We have never experienced such rudeness from workers at the check in desk and consequently, will probably never use this hotel again.
It was an OK place to stop on my way to Illinois. The room had very little amenities--no hairdryer, coffee pot; the shampoo was an "all-in-one" in a tear-off package. Was pet friendly, but for only one dog; what was I to do with the other?
The room was large and clean. the bathroom was also clean. It did not have a hair dryer, but that was okay because I always travel with mine. We just stayed the night and it was nice and quiet on the side we were on. We will most likely go again
as our granddaughter lives there and we go down to bring her back to our state.