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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.
"Not great under the surface"
I stayed this past Sunday night with my two children. We thoroughly enjoyed the atrium and beautiful grounds. It really was beautiful! I wish the hotel could get their fees together. An example: Right now I have 84.84 in fees charged to my debit card. That's parking (which, seriously, almost $30 to just park there nightly is ridiculous. How about allow your guests who have spent a small fortune to stay with you to park for fee and maybe charge those who are not guests). There's a resort fee. No idea what that even is. And I did upgrade to an atrium view so that was $30. So I have the actual charges posted and then I have three separate authorizations. No one at the hotel can see them or even tell me what they are or why they are there. All I'm told is wait ten business days and if they're still there call us back. What? So I'm on vacation, you know I need that money, right? That you can't just charge what you want? People budget. That's a thing. The upgrade to the atrium view was so worth it. Absolutely beautiful! The room, however, needed some work. We were in G5028 and it was extremely dusty. We had to dust the desk area over the fridge off due to when my little girl sat on it her leggings were covered in dust. It was pretty bad. The pillows and bedding did not smell clean at all. Usually hotel bedding has a cleaner, more laundered smell but this did not smell good. I was a little nauseated hoping I was not sleeping in someone's spit. The rooms aren't anything fancy and are fine, just wish they had been cleaner. For the price, one would just expect a different experience than what we had. In the future we will save our money and visit the hotel but stay somewhere cleaner and where you don't have to worry about the mysterious and expensive charges.
This place was so amazing! IT is is huge and so much fun, so many things to do in the resort itself! Rooms are great and the staff was friendly. Would recommend this place to anyone! Not only is there a river in the resort but there are several restaurants and bars to go to. Beautiful place with beautiful landscape. Valet parking was always helpful and quick as well.
We show up for the NWTF show and of course it is crowded to the max. We had reservations and done early check in through the Marriott rewards member ap. This was very smooth I would definitely recommend for any reason especially Opryland Hotel. It made things very smooth. Of course everyone there is super nice and very cordial. My wife goes to the room while I am at the show and a few minutes after entering the room gives me a call. And to both of our surprises we don't have a bed we only have a pullout couch in the room. This is some sort of half suite thing that the other side is where the king size bed is. All I could do was laugh. I could not figure out why the room was cheap....... Now I know why. It was totally my fault not the hotels I did not read the reservation, I reckon. I cannot even find this type of room on their site. I went back earlier today to reread my reservation and it is basically gone. I did not call or complain because, I figured it was my fault. The bed didn't sleep that bad. Nor did it sleep good. Again, I am not placing blame. Maybe I should have called. Overall the stay is great. The resort has many eating places and things to do inside. Employees are very nice and I would go again..... Just be more careful when booking my room.
When I booked on Trip Adviser I did not realize " get a room" was handling the reservation. My credit card was charged soon after I made reservation. When I checked in at Gaylord Opryland I told the woman at the desk my credit card was already charged. She said I would only be charged for resort fee and parking. The next day U noticed a posting in my credit card for the room. I went to the front desk. They said they would change it to only reflect the resort fee and parking. The following day there was another full charge posted. It was corrected but frustrating. Not worth the high price. My husband wanted ice cream. We noticed the price for one scoop was over $6. We declined. The atrium gardens are magnificent and worth seeing but the hotel was not worth the price.
"TERRIBLE MEXICAN RESTAURANT SERVICE! RUDE & UNDERSTAFFED"
Three friends and I stayed at the resort for the National Wild Turkey Federation's annual convention Feb. 17-19, 2017. While we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this exceptional hotel, we were extremely disappointed with the Mexican restaurant there called "Solario Cantina." We arrived at 7:00pm for dinner and was told there would be a 1 1/2 hour wait. We decided to give it a try and went to the bar to drink while we waited. I noticed there were 14 empty tables, most which were not even bussed...heaped with dirty dishes. It was 20 minutes before I saw one person bus a table and not one party had been seated. During those 20 minutes, we were not approached by the ONE bartender, "Toya." She continually walked by us and ignored all four of us. Finally, my husband asked her if she could come over when she gets a chance. Toya finally came over and didn't apologize about the wait and for not getting to us. My husband had to ask her to move the plates and drinks away from us, left by the previous patrons and she did so reluctantly with an eye roll. He told her we'd like to order drinks and she mumbled "I'm busy." Our friend commented on her attitude and she defensively confronted him and walked OUT of the bar. She was gone for 10 minutes, leaving ALL patrons unassisted. The manager came behind the bar to serve people. It was obvious that the manager was intimidated by Toya and cannot do her job effectively. Toya finally returned and completely ignored us once again, then we finally decided to leave the restaurant without eating dinner. What amazes us the most is, in such a beautiful world-renowned hotel, this type of customer service exists. We spoke to the manager about the service and she said "She's the only bartender and we are very busy." When we told her about all the empty tables, she gave us a phone number to call and complain to. The fact is, ALL GOOD restaurants should be busy and have personnel trained to be efficient and professional enough to handle it. Clearly it was understaffed, but beyond that the rudeness we were faced with is unacceptable. I'm sure the owners are NOT AWARE of this situation and the hotel administration will be informed. We will NOT be returning to this restaurant. More upsetting than a disrespectful bartender is an incompetent manager who allows this to happen...
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