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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.
"I wish I could give it 5 stars"
This hotel should be an EASY 5 stars. I went back and forth between 2 and 3. The hotel and grounds are beautiful and the staff was lovely. However, that is to be expected at $189+ per night (discounted rate because we were there for a conference) with a daily resort fee of $20. Parking is $30 per day.... so we opted not to rent a car. Oh, but if you need a ride to or from the airport, it's $30. Per person. There is something like a $2 discount for children. ðŸ˜ We used uber instead for $18 total. A resort like this should have a free airport shuttle. Especially when hosting so many business conferences. Why we gave 2 stars instead of 5: 1. The free wifi is not good - we didn't even use it on our phones because it constantly disconnected or just plain didn't work. So when it's listed as a benefit of the daily resort fee, it's a little comical. Especially when the hotel was hosting a business conference for more than 1k attendees. 2. The onsite restaurants are unbelievable expensive and the menu options are tiny. And some of the restaurants aren't always open. Because it is a resort and they list 20+ restaurants onsite, you may think you don't even need to leave... that's only if you don't mind spending $100+ for every meal everyday for 4 people. We ate our meals offsite or at Opry Mills. The hotel could have had our business if their prices weren't so unreasonable and menu items so limited. We ate once onsite and made us a little sick to spend as much as we did on lunch for 4 people. 3. The room: The room was nice and clean - no gross things in the corners of the room, etc. which was very much appreciated. However, it's the same as any other hotel room - there was nothing that made it stand out. It has a tiny dorm fridge - we could not adjust the temperature so everything we put in it was frozen within 5 hours. Oh, and all those expensive meals? If you have leftovers, don't even bother wasting the to-go container - it won't fit in the fridge and THERE ARE NO MICROWAVES IN THE ROOM. That's right. No microwaves - forcing you to purchase every. Single. Meal. Outrageous. We went to the grocery store and bought breakfast items and kept in the room. 4. Everything is stupid expensive: The kids got a few sores on the bottoms of their feet from all the pool time - which is to be expected. I went in to one of the various "necessities" shops and bought 8 bandaids, 1 fingernail clipper and a teeny bottle of Neosporin. $24 later, I walked out picking my jaw up off the floor. I just cannot stress enough how expensive everything is. Also, the Grand Ole Opry is right on the resort grounds... we purchased $365+ worth of tickets online--- you have to print your tickets- they don't do digital tickets. So we looked for the hotel business center which doesn't exist. We had to go to the fedex printing store and pay $5 to print the tickets. ðŸ˜ I wish everything hadn't been so expensive. It really would have earned the resort a 5 star review.
This has always been on my bucket list to stay here since I was young. The stay was fantastic and the staff was so accommodating. Very polite and there to help with anything that was needed. The hotel is beautiful and so well kept. Everything was beyond perfect. Thank you Erik Palmer. My hotel stay was one I will never forget. My family was in awe. Relaxing and breath taking. Check this one off the list :)
My room was in the Delta section and was newly remodeled. The dÃ©cor was pleasing with a minimalist touch. I like the lighting and the large TV. My only concern is why have heavy comforters on the beds during the summer? I had to take mine off at 3 am when I woke up sweating from it. Marriott needs to revisit this aspect of their bedding for rooms.
"Great for families, friendly, lots to see and do"
The location is great, 15 min from downtown Nashville and easy to get too. Resort has many things to do for every age: spa, pools, bars, restaurants, great fitness Center, kids activities. Very fun. It is a big resort but easy to navigate after first day. Restaurants pricey but food decent. Nashville has so many great restaurants, worth going off property to explore. Check-in, valet, bellman- all very friendly and helpful- really enjoyed our 5 night stay. Best part, a Starbucks for the early morning coffee run! Only downsize was that pool grille wasn't open during the week, odd since it is summer and they were full. We had to leave pool to feed kiddos which was inconviememt nut not a deal breaker- totally enjoyed our stay.
"Updated room. Busy but never felt crowded"
Was upgraded to an atrium facing room with a balcony on the third floor in the Cascades. After a short walk from the check in desk I found my room to have nice updates and a surprisingly modern decor for a hotel based on country music. Initially I was concerned that I might be bothered from noise in the atrium but it was never a problem. The hotel is large and and someone said it was fully booked. While all areas were busy I never felt crowded. I stayed at the hotel for a meeting so I had the opportunity to walk the entire complex. I enjoyed my room and the facility and plan to visit with my family at Christmas.
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