I've stayed here before and always have a great stay. The staff and facilities are top notch. It is expensive, but not overpriced for the value you're getting.
I only have two complaints, one that the downtown shuttle used to run every hour on the hour, but now runs every hour and a half (meanwhile you're paying the same price for the shuttle pass). This is due to the downtown situation, where crowds have just grown faster than the city can tolerate, making any sort of downtown transportation difficult. I get that, but a possible remedy for the resort would be to add a second downtown shuttle running at a different interval. We ended up having to take a cab back to the hotel (after already paying for a shuttle pass) when the Saturday night shuttle never showed up.
My other complaint would be the constant add-ons and fees for things that most other places include. $30 for a round trip airport shuttle, $20 a day resort service fee (on top of what you're already paying for your booking) $24 a day to park (which I would understand if this were a downtown location, but this is out in a more rural area), $30 a day cot rental for your room (if you need a cot). Just increase the nightly rate and include most of this in the regular fee to stay. I hate feeling like I'm being nickel and dimed.
Traveller from US
This smoke-free Nashville resort is conveniently next door to the Grand Ole Opry and set on 40 acres complete with streams …More
The staff are exceptional. Beautiful, spacious room (no tub, I'll be sure to request one next time). Lots of mirrors and plugs. Clean, with contemporary decor.
There was some construction in the lobby but it didn't affect the ease of check in or the complimentary breakfast.
Would stay here again without a doubt.
Traveller from Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland is just off highway I-155, with a free shuttle service to and from the airport, a 6-minute …More
We really enjoyed our stay there. The location is great, the staff is very friendly, and the room was recently remodeled. They have a variety of hot & cold items for breakfast and a free newspaper. Will definitely go back.
Traveller from Elkhart, In
Located in Opryland, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Texas Troubadour Theatre and Grand Ole Opry. Willie Nelson 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.