We stayed here recently, my husband and I and son and daughter-in-law so we had a two bedroom condo unit. We each had our own bathroom which was a real bonus. The resort had been flooded out last year and they are still in the process of renovating but there was no inconvenience to the guests. We had a unit which was almost at the end of the resort. If I go again I would ask for one closer to the two pools. As it happened we didn't get to use the pools at all because we were so busy.
None of us are big country music fans but we were pleasantly surprised at all there is to do in the area and how beautiful Nashville is. I think we did all the touristy things, Grand Ole Opry, Broadway, both parks, Lynchburg, Hermitage and Belle-Meade plantation. In fact we found there was so much to do that we plan on returning for another vacation.
The Wyndham is aboaut a 15 minute drive from the city but the road system is great and we had no problem getting around. The Wyndham has a lot of activities for its guests. The only two we took advantage of was on the first night they would take the guests to the Palace Theatre where they had a little show and they had vendors who explained their services. We found that very informative and we did book a few trips through this experience. They also had a special concert at the hotel which we attened at a really great price. They had a full schedule of activities planned each day but we did not partiticate in any of those so I cannot comment on them.
The location is very close to the Grand Ole Opry and we also found a few good restaurants nearby. We had dinner at the Grand Old Opry hotel one evening. Very expensive but a beautiful dining experience. If you can't eat there at least park and walk through. It is one of the most beautiful hotels I have benn in.
From our home base we went to Lynchburg to tour the Jack Daniels Distillery, Belle-Meade Plantation, Hermitage (Andrew Jackson's house) and both of the large parks in Nashville. We also took the Redneck tour bus. Not really a tour bus but more of a two hour comedy tour. If you are reserved and don't like having fun poked at you avoid this tour but if you like to laugh for two hours non-stop take the tour. We thoroughly enjoyed it. \\
We will definitely go back to Nashville and will stay at the Wyndham. I heard people talk about the high pressure of the time share peopole but we did not experience that. We got a phone call the second day telling us that a man would be up to give us a welcome gift which of course we knew was a time share pitch. He did arrive with a nice gift of several gourmet items and he told us about the Wyndham package. We told him we were not interested in going with a Wyndham timeshare so he thanked us and left. We believe the package would be a good deal for someone younger but we are in our 70's and felt it was not for us. This is the first time we have stayed at a Wyndham and we found it to be very clean, very well appointed and had everything we needed. The only complaints we had was; my son's room was very warm and our room was freezing and there was no way to control the AC differently, it was in the 90's while we were there. We did close off some vents which helped but not much. Also the kitchen configuration was a little difficult and the cabinets were so high that my son, who is over 6' was the only one who could reach the top cabinets. Overall a good experience and I would definitely return to this resort or to another Wyndham.
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