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Discussion in 'Nashville' started by mike75, Oct 30, 2013.
You'll have to squeeze in the middle!
He's using them as protection from the AIDS. Duh.
Only been to Nashville once, but I had a fantastic experience at the Holiday Inn about 15-20 mins away from the stadium -- I don't remember exactly where it was, but it was very close to the Pancake Pantry, and about 10 mins drive away from the fantastic downtown area with all the bars..
The hotel also provided a shuttle bus every day, so we just took that downtown (ate at Hooters before the game), and walked the rest of the way to the game, which was pretty close..
Next time I come we'll be staying there again for sure. It wasn't cheap but split between 3 of us, it was affordable..
So, I'm thinking about coming down for the home opener...would just be me and another buddy, so trying to find good deals on hotels and ish.
Won't lie, I`m pretty picky (super clean and organized) so I don`t wanna stay in some bum hotel. Last time I was in Nashville I stayed at the Holiday Inn next to Vanderbilt stadium, and loved it.
I see it here for $229 a night, think I`d ever find a better deal for this hotel..
Room rates and packages
I think @TitanJeff was talking about using his place as a crash pad for the weekends of game day.
Maybe that was just directed towards me, so don't take this to the bank.
Hilton next door to Country Music Hall.
You won't need your car until you leave.
There was a place over on Murfreesboro Road. Great for hookups since it only charged by the hour.
Finally going to make a trip down to Nashville to see a Titans game. Any suggestions where to stay/eat while in town?
How much you wanna spend?
Best to stay downtown walk to and from game. Enjoy downtown Nashville on foot.
Really the best advice one could get about going to any of the "great" US cities, Nashville included.