The indoor conservatory trees and waterfalls - bridges and cafes made it feel like a vacation just inside the hotel alone. Every restaurant we visited had delicious food and live music which was a special treat. Parking was pricey - $24 for self parking and $30 for valet - ouch!
Traveller from AZ
This smoke-free Nashville resort is conveniently next door to the Grand Ole Opry and set on 40 acres complete with streams …More
These are timeshare spaces that are re-leased through Expedia. The 'concierge' are actually salespeople who will offer free breakfast and a gift card for you to sit through a sales presentation. Otherwise, we got a 2 room suite for similar price of a hotel room. The rooms are kind of like a small condo, with full kitchen, refrigerator, in room washer and dryer. Everything was clean and neat. They don't have room service that cleans the rooms every night. The room was great, we would definitely use this hotel again. Would probably skip the sales presentation though, it took 2.5 hours and they were very pushy.
Traveller from Indiana
The Wyndham Vacation Resorts - Nashville is 1 mile from the outlet shops and restaurants of Opry Mills, 2 miles from the …More
Hotel and staff were very friendly. The hotel itself was well maintained and clean. Lobby was very quite and inviting for all. Rooms that had balconies could disturb rooms that didn't have one with the opening and closing of sliding door. Overall very nice hotel clean and quite.
Located in Opryland, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Texas Troubadour Theatre and Grand Ole Opry. Cooter's Place and …More
Northeast of downtown Nashville, the long-running iOpry/i radio show is broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House. The show moved here in 1974 after a 31-year run at Ryman Auditorium. A country-music theme park operated adjacent to the Opry House until 1997. Now, Opry Mills shopping mall stands in its place. The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center is also adjacent.