Nov 10 - Nov 11
This place was fantastic - from beginning to end! Cleanliness, staff hospitality, food, all of the amenities, etc. We absolutely could not be more pleased!
Oct 20 - Oct 21
Everything is excellent!!! Excellent persons, Excellent location, Excellent services
Nov 3 - Nov 4
Great staff! Make sure to visit Sherideth at the bar!!💕 Clean, very accommodating, quiet at night and in walking distance to a few bars, Shell gas station and local restaurants
Oct 31 - Nov 1
This was my 3rd stay at Aloft Franklin TN and 2nd in 12 months. I really like the design / layout of the rooms and the hotel overall. Modern and efficient. Location was convenient to my purpose and near several restaurants and shops. Staff is extremely helpful and friendly. They even refunded me ...
Nov 17 - Nov 18
Staff was great. Only complaint is daily parking fee and fact that hotel shuttle would not drive us downtown.
Oct 22 - Oct 23
One of the better La Quinta properties we’ve stayed at. Be aware that La quinta’s now have a pet fee
Nov 12 - Nov 13
You can tell its a bit older than some others but was very clean and quite nice for the price
Oct 28 - Oct 29
I found that it was pretty good compared to other hotels. I just spent one night and the beds were comfy, room was spacious and the room was clean. I went with my mom and my two daughters and it was pretty good for us.
You will find many great pet-friendly hotels in Nashville. Even more than that, this Tennessee city offers many dog-friendly activities and sites in the city to match. This makes Nashville such a great city to visit with your pet. When planning your next trip with your four-legged friend, make sure to visit some of the places listed below.
The Belle Meade Plantation is quite a popular attraction, and you will be able to bring your pet around the grounds to enjoy the history of the place. They also have a pet-friendly winery on the grounds, with a tasting included in the admission price.
Some of the restaurants in Nashville will have pet-friendly patios, such as the Hard Rock Café and Jackson’s Bar and Bistro. If you bring your dog with you to Double Dogs, he will get water and a free dog treat while you eat.
What many people do not know is that the Haunted Downtown Nashville Tour is also pet friendly, meaning your furry friend can follow along as you walk around the dark streets of Downtown Nashville, while hearing tales of ghosts and ghouls.
The Cumberland River Greenway is a must for both you and your pet, as it will take you along the river past some interesting sculptures and beautiful city lookouts. Another popular park in Nashville for people travelling with pets is the Centennial Dog Park. This park is fenced in, meaning your furry friend can run around and play unleashed. There is also an area for small dogs in the park.