Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village

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R$ 613

Localização Do Estabelecimento Com uma estadia Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt Area em Nashville (Hillsboro Village), ficará a 1 minuto(s) de carro de Vanderbilt University e a 10 minuto(s) de Music City Center. Este hotel está a 7,7 km (4,8 mi) de Nissan Stadium e a 4,7 km (3 mi) de Bridgestone Arena. ...

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Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Localização Do Estabelecimento Com uma estadia Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt Area em Nashville (Hillsboro Village), ficará a 1 minuto(s) de carro de Vanderbilt University e a 10 minuto(s) de Music City Center. Este hotel está a 7,7 km (4,8 mi) de Nissan Stadium e a 4,7 km (3 mi) de Bridgestone Arena. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo. - Belcourt Theatre - 0,3 km/0,2 mi - Vanderbilt University - 0,3 km/0,2 mi - Belmont University - 0,4 km/0,3 mi - Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt - 0,6 km/0,3 mi - Belmont Mansion - 0,7 km/0,4 mi - Vanderbil...

1911 Belcourt Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, 37212, United States - Nashville, Tenessi - Estados Unidos - 37212

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

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  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


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Hip Style Should Not Replace Comfort Nor Safety

Avaliou em 24 de setembro de 2022

If you are a woman traveling alone, this is not the hotel for you! There is very little staff to be seen on site aside from at the bar. No staff in the parking garage. No staff seen milking about in the hallways. The key pad to enter the hotel from the garage was not activated, allowing anyone to come and go. The theme of the hotel was dark and hip. Black, dark blue, dark magenta color scheme (wall color, lighting) made it feel more like a night club than a hotel. The elevator, common area, and hallways were poorly lit ,and again with no staff visible aside from at the bar- getting to my room, I did not feel safe as a woman traveling alone. The room was stylish, but lacked amenities you come to except. No coffee maker, no refrigerator. Worst of all, the thermostat is locked! The temperature cannot be set below 68 degrees. When I called the front desk, I was told an engineer would be by shortly to ‘fix’ the thermostat. After waiting for over an hour (and two phones calls back to check) the ‘engineer’ informed me the hotel locks the thermostats and that he cannot unlock it to go below 68 degrees. I am unsure of the max setting as Nashville had hit a record high of 100 degrees on the day of my arrival. If you are someone who likes a cool room like I do to sleep, this is important information to have! This was the final straw for me and if I had not been so exhausted after a long day of traveling and another hour of waiting for my thermostat to be ‘fixed’, I would have left to go to another hotel. The bar/check-in staff was kind, the gentleman engineer was kind and brought me a fan. My displeasure in Moxy was not a staff issue, this is the type of experience you get from this new, hipper brand of Marriott. The Moxy brand is not ideal for adults that aren’t there to ‘party’ nor the quality I have grown to expect from the Marriott chain. Safety and comfort should not be sacrificed for style.


Close to the action, vandy and restaurants

Avaliou em 11 de setembro de 2022

Way bigger rooms than the NYC Moxie we had stayed in, so we were ready for small. This was great. Plenty of common areas too. We loved the live music on Fri and Sat nights. The games, pool, darts, jenga, etc were fun. The provided coffee for breakfast was just black, but other fancy coffees for sale. No free breakfast but they had fabulous breakfast places within an easy stroll (Biscuit Love, pancake pantry and Ruby's). Walking distance to vandy. We walked several times, especially to the game so we didn't have to worry about parking. Parking at Moxy was $30 a night, very easy in and out. We will stay here again!


Marriott hotel designers--Moxy? Nah, something else.

Avaliou em 14 de abril de 2022

Imagine a bunch of commercial (hotel) designers meeting to develop a new concept and brand for Marriott. Their first rule is: what can we take out of the mix and reduce costs; oh, and we want it to be tragically hip for the younger traveler. So, what's out: 1. A desk--but let's do a fold-down shelf thing and a wide-butt camp chair. 2. A clothes closet: let's put up some pegs on the! 3. Ironing board and iron: we'll put one in the common room down the hall where you can get fresh towels. 4. Coffee, tea, water--you can buy it in the lobby. 5. Fridge, ice--you can buy it in the lobby. 6. Telephone--well, let's put a cool phone in with pushbuttons that look like an old dial phone. 7. Shelves, dresser--who needs that? Let's put a low (18 inches high?) shelf on one side of the bed. 8. Shampoo, conditioner, body wash--who needs all three--supply shampoo and body wash in one bottle, conditioner in the other. 9. Hotel staff, breakfast, bar, check-in. Let's make check-in at the bar, and have the staff check people in, tend bar, ring up snacks, and cook a mini-pizza topped with a scrammy egg cooked in a small griddle. 10. Furniture--one chair. So, are the prices much lower because we took out all of these "unnecessary" costs and amenities? Nah, but our hotel profit margins are better. And, we are cool. Who should we hire to save money? How about young, untrained, unmotivated staff who would rather hang with each other than check in customers, clean up, talk to people at the bar. What will the lobby decor be? Bar shuffle board, a pool table, some kid games, puzzles. Do we need a business center or quiet area for business people? Let's block off a small room and call it a "listening room." Huh? Parking--$30 per night, but most parking spots are designated "Compact cars" near one entrance, but wider spots on lower floors with no elevator access. Oh, tight corners, in and out. (Full-sized pickup truck owners are not our target market. :-) After staying here on our road trip, our next night was in Hilton's version of the lower priced brand, Tru. It is much, much, nicer and has free breakfast!


Super trendy. Good location near Vanderbilt.

Avaliou em 10 de abril de 2022

A super trendy bar/hotel. The check in is at the bar. The rooms are spacious and funky. The hotel is located close to Vanderbilt medical center and is more reasonably priced than some other hotels. Would stay again - just be prepared for the ultra trendy!


Business Trip to Nashville

Avaliou em 29 de março de 2022

I traveled to Nashville for a work trip and stayed at the Moxy for a few nights. I was in room 525, which had (2) queen size beds and was fairly large. The room was comfortable and located within walking distance to a lot of nearby restaurants. There was parking onsite for about $30 a day. It's about a 15 minute uber or drive to downtown. Was able to hear our neighbors and people in the corridor. Staff was helpful and nice. Not a huge fan of the barn door on the bathroom, but not a deal breaker. I did really like the wall hooks, which came in handy during my stay. I would recommend this hotel for a trip to Nashville if your looking for a quieter location away from Broadway and the high traffic tourist hot spots.