The Gaylord Opryland Resort is so much fun - it’s like the Disneyland of Nashville! It’s also great for all ages!
One of the most beautiful hotels you could ever stay in. The atriums are amazing. The fact they have a waterfall indoors is so cool!
a great place with family and friends, cone yams see all the wonderful things.
since the flood a few years ago it has been remodeled. River and greenery are serene.
Plan to spend a whole day exploring this beautiful hotel and events center. Take a ride the cruise boat that runs through the center of the hotel and hear about the history of the place. Plenty of food and drink options for every taste.
The accomodations are great, well maintained and huge, the steak house resturant was vey good the rest of them were poor
I stayed here for a convention and it was very fun but I did get lost a couple of times because it was so big!
Attended for a Business convention and loved it. It's basically an entire town indoors with sops, gardens, and restaurants encompassed by rooms. A short walking distance from the adjacent mall. As big as the hotel and convention center is the walk may take you 15-20 minutes. Well worth the stay. You will need a vehicle to get to downtown Nashville a short drive away.
This hotel is a wonderful place to experience while in Nashville. There are 3 indoor atrium's to walk through, one with waterfalls and a river boat inside. Nightclubs and restaurants. During the Holidays see spectacular lights at their Country Christmas.
Beautiful hotel with wonderful restaurants. In the winter, don't miss their holiday decorations. It's a winter wonderland.
Fun to walk all around! Seasonal stuff was cute and the gelato stand is so good! Gooey fresh baked cookies too! A great way to spend an evening. Can get humid with its outdoors indoor southern atmosphere
Just went in there with a friend to look around. It's pretty amazing to see the inside of it. We just walked around the hotel and got some coffee. So cool
This is an over the top Marriott, right next to the Grand Ole Opry. The hotel complex is expansive with nearly 20 restaurants/bars/cafes, shopping, several pools, a spa, a fitness center, a fitness trail, indoor gardens, an indoor waterfall and even an indoor river with a flatboat ($10 per person). The property and grounds are beautiful, but there is nothing special about the rooms. I am recommending this for families, for a resort getaway or for those planning to spend time at Grand Ole Opry, but with the reminder that everything here is expensive.