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Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City

Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City is pet friendly! Two pets of any size are welcome for no additional fee. Suites are not pet friendly. Both dogs and cats are allowed, but pets may not be left in the room unattended. There is a pet relief area with waste stations on the property.
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Room Types
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    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • Sleeps 10
    • Up to 10 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 queen bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 queen bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 2 queen beds
    • Up to 4 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed and 1 double sofa bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 queen bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 2 queen beds
    • Up to 4 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 queen bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
    • 1 king bed
    • Up to 2 people
    • No pet fee
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Description

This Red Roof Inn offers guests free Verified Wi-Fi, a free expanded cable package featuring HBO and free coffee in the lobby. Ask us about our meeting facilities (accommodates up to 42 people). Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City is a pet-friendly hotel.

Health & Safety

Safe Stay: Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City has enhanced cleaning and safety measures in place. Masks and hand sanitizer are provided to guests, and rooms are disinfected between each stay and sealed after cleaning. Social distancing measures are in place, as well as physical barriers between staff and guests. Cashless payment is available. Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City maintains a 24-hour gap period between stays in each room.

Amenities

  • Television
  • Pet Friendly
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet Available
  • Free WiFi
  • Business Center
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • Parking Available
  • Free Parking
  • RV / Trailer Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Laundry Room
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Elevator

Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

Red Roof Inn Nashville Music City has received a rating of 2.9 out of 5 bones by 18 canine critics on BringFido and 3.0 out of 5 by 326 guests on TripAdvisor.

  • Grant
    Jun. 13, 2021
    Location was not in best area

    Room was fine although a little dirty...not the best area either (definitely saw a few people on drugs hanging around), so if that's okay with you, then this spot is okay.

  • Ed
    Mar. 29, 2021
    Easy location

    Clean rooms, good price

  • Whitley
    Feb. 20, 2021
    You get what you pay for.

    Our room was non smoking but smelled like smoke. The shower was very cold and there was no shampoo or conditioner available. Overall not bad for the price paid.

  • Christine
    Oct. 27, 2020
    Staff was nice, place needs major updating

    First, booking through BringFido was easy and I had to change nights. No problem.

    Second, the staff there was very nice, breakfast in a bag was great.

    Third, the facility is being updated on first floor and I hope that incudes the entire building. The room was old and the toilet was stained and cracked. There was a roll of toilet paper on the shelf that was so dirty, we threw it away. I think the hotel is just old and needs to be updated.

  • Kristen
    Sep. 5, 2020
    Woof

    Not sure where to start. I gave it two stars simply because the staff was very nice and accommodating. The hotel is something else. The first room we went in to smelled like urine and both comforters were filthy. Had some weird gunk on it, the tv was on and maybe a dog bone? On the floor. Looks like someone was just in there. front desk was really nice and changed us out real quick and this room was at least clean and smelled better. But the list of inconveniences this room had was insane- the entire room was wet. Maybe from the air conditioner. The fridge was leaking so we had to stuff the hand towels underneath it just to stop it, and the cabinet door where the fridge was broken. The clock, remote, and safe had no batteries. We changed the batteries for the remote but it didn’t matter, it didn’t work with the tv. There was one outlet the was so horribly placed and it was hard to charge any of our stuff. We had to choose between charging or keeping the light plugged in. then they had a towel shortage, you have to give them Your dirty towels to get new ones. Not that I cared about that really. They were very pet friendly so that was a plus but if were back in Nashville, I wouldn’t stay there again.

  • Marla
    Aug. 21, 2020
    Never Again

    One of the creepiest hotels we’ve ever stayed at. The floors were sticky and sweating the entire stay. At first we thought they were just wet from being cleaned...but that dampness didn’t go away. Everything is old, dirty and nasty. The bed linens are pilled and not fresh. Extra scary to be in such a dirty hotel during the time of Covid. Plenty of areas to walk the dog around the hotel in an otherwise sketchy neighborhood.

  • Paul
    Jan. 31, 2020
    Guest Review

    TV did not work.

  • Amelia
    Dec. 24, 2019
    Just So-So

    The price was right, but the location and amenities were lacking. The surrounding area didn’t seem to be the safest, and the lobby and room were dingy.

  • Torii
    Dec. 21, 2019
    It's a Red Roof Inn.

    As far as Red Roof Inns go this one is pretty nice. Staff was friendly. Our room was pretty crowded and our dog spent 20 minutes sniffing the blanket on the bed (not the comforter, but the thin blanket on top of the sheets), which didnt make me feel great. Comforter had cigarette holes in it (non smoking room). Room could have been cleaner. Overall was fine to sleep for a night but wouldn't go back.

  • Adrienne
    Oct. 30, 2019
    Convenient location

    We had no trouble finding the place, it's just off 65. Good restaurants in the area too. They even have a continental breakfast but don't get too excited if you're gluten free. Nobody baulked at me bringing 2 black lads in. The was a close and well lit doggy potty area supplied with bags. The hotel looks really nice on the outside, the inside could use a few updates.

  • Mitszell
    Sep. 15, 2019
    Review

    Staff was friendly and I had no issues bring my dog in, but the hotel was not in the greatest state. I had to change rooms as soon as I got in because the first room they gave me had an air compressor and other various tools in it. The second room was ok but there was a leak in the ceiling of the bathroom that would drip on me while I was using the toilet. Not the worst hotel experience, but I felt like I was being given the "crap" rooms because I had a dog with me.

  • Gary
    Aug. 21, 2019
    Great for us as an overnight

    Clerk was friendly and room was clean with everything we needed. Can’t say anything about the breakfast, as we departed at 5:30

  • Vivian
    Aug. 21, 2019
    Terrible, terrible, terrible!

    Don't stay there. The building smelled old, and my sheets smelled dirty, as if they hadn't been changed. The breakfast was continental. They did have hard boiled eggs, but were out of salt and pepper. (Who runs out of salt and pepper?) I wish BringFido would specify what kind of breakfast is included when it says "Free breakfast". The shower was clean, but the shelf had fallen off the wall tiles in the shower and had not been replaced. The tiles were scratched up where this shelf came off. The water pressure was horrible. Getting my hair wet (long hair) took forever. It's a good location off of the expressway, and it's cheap. Pets stay free.

  • Lisa
    Aug. 16, 2019
    Dog friendly.....

    Dog friendly hotel- that's the 3 stars. Room received was not the room requested. They are in the middle of updating the hotel and that may eventually make a difference but for now the wear and tear on the rooms is VERY apparent. Rooms are very small and cramped and they are not very clean. A/C didn't work that well either, barely would go below 75 in the room. The check-in person was distracted, but nice....the maintenance personnel were actually the friendliest employees I came in contact with. YMMV. I suppose you get what you pay for and in Nashville, even the less desirable hotels are expensive.

  • Megan
    Jul. 3, 2019
    Great pet friendly hotel

    We had our two large dogs with us. We like staying at Red Roof Inn when we travel to various cities because they do not charge a pet fee and there are no weight/breed restrictions. This location met our expectations.

    Checkin was a breeze and we loved that the entrance to the rooms were inside the building instead of outside. They also had a nice little breakfast including a waffle maker. Yum!

    We were on the first level and we could see our car from our room window. We also loved the water pressure in the shower and the ability to raise and lower the shower head.

    We would definitely stay at this location again.

  • William
    May. 26, 2019
    Good Two Day Stay

    This place had clean rooms, but they were a bit small. However, they allow dogs to be left in the room so long as they are created, which is a plus if you find yourself doing things that are not dog friendly. We took the morning to travel down and tour the Jack Daniel’s Distillery and I did not have to worry about my dog one bit while there because I knew he was safe and was somewhere cooler then compare to being outside.

  • Janelle
    Nov. 20, 2018
    Clean rooms, nice staff

    We were a little nervous pulling into the neighborhood, but the hotel was nice, so were the staff. The rooms smelled clean and the showers were nice.

  • Ramie on May. 24, 2020
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