We stayed at the Renaissance in Nashville as the third part of a Trafalgar tour of "Tastes & Sounds of the South". We only did one night as we then headed for New Orleans
The hotel is well located for the Natchez attractions which we didn't get time to explore. But it is only across the road from a riverside walk along the Mississippi River.
The rooms were of a good size with 2 very comfortable beds.
Unfortunately & probably because of our short stay we had rooms at the back of the hotel looking over the car park. Some nice motor bikes but not quite the Mississippi view we hoped for.
Tip - ask for a room high up at the front to take advantage of its location.
The air conditioning was noisy and had to be turned off so we could sleep. Fortunately it wasn't too warm during our stay. It could be an issue if the temperature gets in the upper 20s.
Breakfasts were OK but a bit limited. There never seems enough choice for English people.
I would stay here again if I ever came back to Natchez, but as other reviewers have stated check out the deals and what is included before you commit.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking