Looking for an affordable hotel in Murfreesboro, TN? Fully immerse yourself in the distinct charm and character of Econo Lodge Inn & Suites. Experience the combination of friendly service, essential amenities, and great rates that won't break the bank. Econo Lodge Inn & Suites is an ideal location next to Middle Tennessee State University. Your home away from home awaits.
Looking to go full Southern hospitality on your next trip? A 45-minute drive in either direction from Murfreesboro will put you in Music City or between the mountains. But there's plenty to keep you busy in the 'Boro, and the Southern hospitality is just as alive there as it is across the state. Start planning your perfect Tennessee getaway today!
Essential amenities are the basic items that a guest expects in order to have a comfortable stay. At our hotel, we offer free continental breakfast, WiFi, outdoor pool, coffee, and truck parking. Plus we have copy, print and fax services for your convenience. When you're ready to settle in for the night, our comfortable rooms feature coffee makers, hair dryers, and free premium movie channels. We also make your life easier by having multiple outlets on each nightstand. There will be no fighting to charge your phone, camera or laptop.
Looking for fun things to see in Tennessee? Now that you just booked your getaway trip, it's time to get ready. Our Murfreesboro hotel gives you easy access to the top-rated attractions, tours, and activities, including:
Murfreesboro has a bunch of great dining experiences, so be ready to feast in this charming Southern gem. The Alley on Main is a scratch restaurant with hand-cut steaks and Southern staples like catfish and fried pork chops. The Goat is a laid-back, upscale restaurant and pub known for its ranch, and beer cheese-soaked tater tots with a long list of beers, wines, and spirits. Other restaurants are O’Possum's Pub, Maple Street Grill, B. McNeel's, Opah Greek Grill, and Jeff's Family Restaurant.
If you want to shop till you drop, look no further than The Avenue. Swiping your card on vacation doesn't make you a shopaholic, you're just helping the economy, right? You'll find more than 100 stores within the open-air shopping center, including local food and clothing boutiques. Stones River is another mall, all indoors, that manages to homely and inviting for all ages. You can easily rack up a huge a bill, so budget accordingly.
You're in for a treat, there are endless outdoor recreational opportunities in Murfreesboro. If you're looking for a taste of Tennessee history, you can visit the Stones River National Battlefield, where the Battle of Stones River took place, as well as view the Stones River National Cemetery. Another activity fun for the whole family is berry picking. You can pick berries at Batey Farms, and join in on one of Tennessee's largest traditions. For the nature enthusiasts, you can walk a few of the many scenic trails. Old Stone Fort Archeological Park features a stone fort that was used briefly by Native Americans. Plant enthusiasts will like the trails at Flat Rock Cedar Glades and Barrens, and Murfreesboro Stones River Greenway System is known for hiking, biking, and fishing.
Who doesn't love entertainment? Murfreesboro, Tennessee has something for everyone. You can be a kid again at GO USA Fun Park. This arcade offers games, batting cages, mini-golf, a driving range, and go-karts. Lanes, Trains & Automobiles is a fun environment filled with bowling, laser tag, and bumper cars. For the adults, Attack Barcadium has classic arcade games and a whole lot of beer. For the music lovers, Hank's Honky Tonk has open mic and karaoke nights, and live music on the weekends. Wall Street, The Goat, Mayday Brewery and The Boro Bar and Grill also have live music for those late night outings