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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.
Yes, the decorations, flowers and atriums are beautiful. The room was clean and the bed comfortable. BUT a series of oversights and inconveniences, in addition to exorbitant extra fees for everything made for a mediocre vacation. Booked the Christmas package the first week it was available... Our ticket package was not ready when we arrived.. Had to wait for staff to print them and we weren't given a schedule booklet with them. Seats for the Diamond Rio show were to the far right of the stage.. Seats I'd expect if I had waited to purchase them in November. The hotel is huge and very confusing to navigate..... The provided map is inadequate. The online app to help one navigate is only for iOS...(I have an Android). The gate to the parking lot closest to our rooms (Delta) was out of order, so we had long walks to and from the car. The$29 daily parking fee was part of our package, but we did have to pay a$20 daily resort fee... For wifi. Almost had to pay $10 fee to pick up a FedEx package, that was"waived" because it was medicine. All food is overpriced, and choices are rather limited. No microwave in room, and the hairdryer couldn't dry. Lines for service were always long. The desk staff, while polite, never made you feel like they cared about your visit. So while none of these is a big deal by itself, experiencing them all in three days really impacted the vacation experience.
Very cool place to see, especially at Christmas. They had a Charlie Brown Christmas ice sculpture display that was great. It does cost $25 but it is really cool. The convention center is really decorated well.
My husband took me on our first trip to Nashville Nov 18-21st, 2017. The hotel is on 9 acres and it's beautiful especially during the Christmas season. Everything is decked out in holiday lights and dÃ©cor and was beautiful. Upon checking in, my husband told them it was my birthday and they upgraded us to a nicer room at no cost. We were able to check in right away that morning and went and had breakfast at the buffet. The room was very nice and spacious. The patio had 2 chairs and a small table to sit out and people watch and enjoy the gardens. There is plenty to do at the hotel. During the Christmas season, we went on the horse carriage ride at night, had dinner & show with Diamond Rio in one of the ballrooms which was amazing and enjoyed the river boat ride throughout the hotel at night. So much to do and see. I highly recommend this hotel. Everyone was very pleasant. Be ready to do some walking. They hand you a map and you literally have to keep it handy to get around the grounds. There is so much to do and see you will not be disappointed.
"Ice... what a waste of money"
Do not waste your money!!!We spent more time waiting for our car in valet than what we did walking through it. The fast passes were a waste. There was no need to spend an extra 40 bucks for it. I feel like I have been taken advantage of. For a family of 3 and fast passes and to park was $150! And didnâ€™t include tubing or ice skating. Wished we had just went to Dave and Busters across the street.
"Wish I could give a 3 1/2 star rating"
I would love it if TripAdvisor had a way to give 1/2 stars, because I would have given this hotel 3 and 1/2 stars instead of 3 if I could. 4 stars for room and decor, 3 stars for everything else. Others have mentioned the parking situation, so I will only say that I think the $29 parking fee is ridiculous and gets your whole stay off to an unwelcoming start. This is surface parking, with the potential for a long walk to the entrance, and I don't think it is good business practice not to give your guests a price break over people who are not guests. I'm also not a fan of the $20 resort fee at this or any other hotel. I got a bargain price on my room so we absorbed the fees that way, but I would not stay here at their usual rates knowing about these extra fees. Check in was quick and easy, but we were not informed of exactly how the room key worked with the parking system, nor were we told that we needed to keep our room key in order to exit the parking lot when we checked out. Luckily we stopped again and asked that specific question, or we would have had a problem. There was also an attempt to upsell us a room with an atrium view, and once we entered our room (with a view of people walking by on the stairs) I understood why she was trying to upsell us. I didn't pay top dollar for the room and didn't expect a nice view, so we simply closed the blackout curtain and didn't look out again. However, the room itself was very nice. Beds and pillows were great, and the bathroom had a sink in the tub/toilet area as well as a sink outside the bathroom door, so it was nice for one person to be able to get ready while the other showered. The conservatory areas were beautifully lit for Christmas, and we enjoyed the free lighted fountain show in the Delta Island area. Without children, we were a little old for most of the Holiday Halls activities, but we did watch the free ice show. All the other activities had fees involved, so we just walked around and enjoyed the lights. I don't really think visiting the hotel in the daytime would do it justice, as the lights are what makes everything so special. Food is pricey, but there is a wide range of options for finding food, so you can find some more reasonable options if you look for them. We chose to eat at Chili's in the mall before we checked in instead of paying hotel prices. Would I stay there again? Probably not unless I got an incredible deal. The decorated areas are beautiful, but the overall experience just felt over priced.
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