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Over Gaylord Opryland
Het Gaylord Opryland Resort is een bijzonder hotel gelegen bij Nashville. Nashville is de muziekstad bij uitstek. De meest bepalende kenmerken van de stad zijn de Country Music Hall of Fame en de Grande Ole Opry. Het hotel staat bekend om de grote binnenplaats die een glazen overkoepeling heeft. Op de binnenplaats vind u verschillende winkels en restaurants. U kunt hier ook van de binnentuinen met watervallen en fonteinen genieten.
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De kamers zijn sfeervol ingericht, met de keuze uit één Kingsize bed of twee Queensize bedden en voorzien van airco, televisie, telefoon, wekkerradio, internet, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en een compleet ingerichte badkamer.
zelfde als de Traditional maar dan met zicht op de binnenplaats.
Het hotel is iets buiten de stad gelegen, vlak bij de Grand Ole Opry en de Music Hall of Fame.
• Shuttlebus naar het vliegveld
• Buiten- en binnenzwembaden
Nashville in Tennessee is de bakermat van de country & western muziek en vele bezienswaardigheden in deze stad zijn hieraan gewijd, zoals de Country Music Hall of Fame en de Grande Ole Opry.
Worth every penny. The room was beautiful, (make sure you get an atrium view room) the gardens were breathtaking, (the Delta river boat ride it a must) and the food was spectacular (splurge on The Old Hickory restaurant). Make a reservation, grab the person you love and just go!
"Beware horrible staff"
We were excited to stay here for my wife's birthday but it turned into a horrible staff experience. We went down to the fuse sports bar which had 7 tables we counted open to watch the falcon football the hostess informed us the wait would be 30 mins which we informed her they had tables vacant which she said we couldn't sit there???why? She was very rude about it, so we called the front desk to inform them about the experience and got a "sorry" and a hang up. To pay for a hotel and get treated like this is unacceptable. Needless to say we won't be back. Go to Omni or indigo instead and get treated better and spend less.
"Nice Property to Stay at Once; Not Convenient to Downtown"
My husband and I stayed here at the end of December 2016 for New Year's Eve. I had wanted to bring him here because he'd never been to Nashville before, but I had and had stayed here about 15 years ago. It's still lovely, but the public areas were a little worn and dated, and very very crowded because it a holiday weekend but also the weekend of the Music City Bowl in which the TN Vols were playing. Our room was conveniently located on the 2nd floor of the Cascades section, very near the fitness center and the lobby. My husband said he would have probably preferred the quieter Garden Conservatory section if he were to come back here again. But I liked being close to the fitness center and we went out every day so it was nice to not be far from the Uber pickup. We were in a traditional room that had a window facing the outside, rather than the inner court area, so it wasn't loud at all. The room was very comfortable with a king size bed, blackout curtains, dresser, bedside tables, huge plasma TV, a smallish closet, a safe, a bathroom with a vanity and also a dressing area/vanity outside of the bathroom, a desk, chair and ottoman. It was very nice for 2 people. The fitness center had treadmills, ellipticals and bikes, and I never waited for a cardio machine. the weight area was very small and frustrating for my husband to work out in because it was always crowded and a few things were broken or didn't work. We filled up our water bottles here every day to save money on the water. You could get free bottles of water from the maid every day, so we just saved the empties and refilled them in the gym. The indoor pool looked huge and nice, and although we didn't go there at all, lots of families went and the kids seemed to really enjoy this. We ate at the Cascades restaurant for lunch on our first day, and it was a long wait to be seated and then to get service. The food was okay (we got grilled chicken salads). For New Year's Eve, we ate at the Old Hickory Steakhouse, which was amazing. We ate at the sports bar, Fusion, twice but otherwise ate out when we were downtown. We went to the Bluebird Cafe via Uber on our first night (we had tickets to an In the round performance). On Friday, we went downtown on the hotel shuttle, and that was the way to go because so many roads were shut down for Music Bowl festivities. The shuttle driver was a pro and knew exactly how to get us down there. We went to Roberts Western World (reasonably priced lunch and live music that trended toward the oldies like Cash), Tootsies (fun, fun, fun), and Legends (great music and dancing). Don't go to the Wildhorse Saloon (by all local accounts, it's a tourist trap and a favorite of bachelorette parties). We had the absolute best time at Tootsies, and stayed for 4 hours drinking and dancing. It was super crowded, but we just kept climbing the stairs to the next level til we got to the top and found that we could stand in the space behind the band on the stage and that the bar just below us was completely uninhabited for most of the afternoon so quick service. We ended the day at the Ryman for the Grand Old Opry, then hopped on the last Opryland shuttle back to the hotel. We spent a fun New Years Eve just at the hotel since it was raining and we had done our share of drinking/dancing the day before. We had dinner at the steakhouse and then found a band at the sports bar (no cover) that kept us dancing and entertained until midnight. We attended a Titans game on Sunday, an easy Uber ride to Nissan stadium. We also went to the outlets one day and ate lunch at Claim Jumpers. The public areas of the hotel were gorgeously decorated for Christmas and it's always fun to walk around the various sections of the hotel. Outside, they were offering carriage rides, and there were beautiful Christmas lights still up. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the Gaylord, but given the nature of the things that we did, we would stay in downtown Nashville next time. It would save us on Uber/cab rides, and we could find more reasonably priced food options around that area as well.
I stayed here for the National AD Conference. This place is Huge and it will Awe you right away. It is easy to get lost. Room was below average. Beds were comfortable but small room and bathroom was nothing special at all. Our room was at the very end of the hallway and we were a Country Mile from the convention area. Security was made up of young kids who thought they were special. Attending a conference you take the opportunity to meet another people from different parts of the country. We had 13 people in an executive room and were told we were too loud. We were talking and watching a game on the TV. The kids threatened to kick us out if they came back. We are grown men having a conversation. Restaurants are expensive inside the hotel. Nothing to write home about but the convenance is there. It cost 24 a day to park. The hotel also charges you the first night on your card when you reserve the room. They will Not tell you. You find out when your credit card bill comes in the mail. It was nice to get away and the conference area is impressive.
"Awesome Place, poor service"
We checked in to a room that had yet to be cleaned, it then took almost an hour for us to get a new room. It would have taken even longer, but I walked down to the front (LONG walk) to get keys to the new room instead of waiting on the promised bellman - making me miss lunch and late to my first meeting. I was told at the front desk we were given a free upgrade to a sweet, but when we got the bill, we had been charged for it - yikes. Outside of the that terrible arrival we had a good time on the beautiful property.
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