|Year of Last Renovation:||2009|
|Corridors:||All Rooms Have Exterior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||125|
|Room Windows:||Windows Don't Open|
|Meeting Rooms:||1 View Spaces|
|Meeting Space:||675 sq. feet|
|Banquet Space:||Holds 35 people|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:||On-site|
|Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:||0.3 Mi|
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:||2.0 Mi|
Individual: 24 hrsGroups: 5 days before arrival
|Typical Group Deposit:||50%|
|Total Misc Fees:||$2.50 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|State Tax:||9.25 Per Night|
|Occupancy Tax:||6.00 Per Night|
|City Tax:||2.50 Per Night|
Free Hot Breakfast:Milk, Two Juice, Two Bread including Brown Wheat,Fresh Fruit, Hot Fresh Waffles, Yogurt with Granola, Premium Coffee and Sweet Pastries and More.
The Rodeway Inn highlights above are subject to change without notice.
The chart above shows trends of prices for both our group rates and the best individual traveler prices our system could find at the time the group/meeting bid was placed. The best group/meeting rate displayed is 37.5% in the month of July 2014 and the highest average individual rate is $155 in the month of July 2014. This chart will show past seasonality and also project future months. If you are flexible with dates, you may want to consider staying at Rodeway Inn & Suites Music City in a month when rates are lower.
Below are the meeting, banquet, conference and event spaces at Rodeway Inn & Suites Music City.
Feel free to use the Rodeway Inn & Suites Music City meeting space capacities chart below to help in your event planning. Hotel Planner specializes in Nashville event planning for sleeping rooms and meeting space for corporate events, weddings, parties, conventions, negotiated rates and trade shows.
|Meeting Room Name||L x W x H |
|Crescent ||Classroom ||Hollow |
|U-Shape ||Boardroom ||Convention |
|Theater ||Reception ||Regist. |
|Rose Meeting Room||21 x 30 x 10||639||35/35||--||35||35||35||35||--/--||--||35||35|
Rose Meeting Room
General Meeting Room
639 Sq. Feet
21 x 30 x 10 Ft.
Built In Screens?
Built In Stage?
Built In A/V?