Only negatives about this place is that they charge you for everything: towels, computer use, 7 dollars for a laundry load and no free breakfast. It's a bit harsh considering that, being the only hostel in town, they get all the travellers coming through Nashville.
A quiet, but clean and friendly hostel in downtown. The staff are great and there's a 24 hour breakfast table in the kitchen. Also, free laundry and dryer - big plus if you're travelling.
Great hostel in a great location. Wicker park has a lot more edgy shops and gig venues than the very commercial downtown. The only things to fault were - Extremely creaky floors and thin walls made it very difficult to sleep - The common room and main kitchen only opens at 8am, so you'll need to plan for this if leaving early in the morning.
Really friendly staff! Pancakes in the morning are excellent. 10 minutes walk from greyhound/Amtrak/megabus so ideal
Awful location with poor transport links. If you don't mind walking for a long time to get in to the city then it's a cheap stay worth the money.
It's not your traditional hostel, more of a communal B
Not a great location but the on demand shuttle service is very good. Very friendly staff who are more than willing to go out of their way to help you. It's a bit expensive for what you get, but overall it's worth a stay.