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The Inn at Opryland, A Gaylord Hotel
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Reviewed January 30, 2011

First things first. Had a wonderful time in Nashville! My overall opinion was this Radisson was worth what we paid for it. As it turns out I used my Raddison Points Program and didn't pay anything for the room. The hotel was much like an old Motel 6 with many of the rooms on the outside of the building. We were awoken by the local delivery truck for the Applebee's at 7:30 in the morning. The unloading continued for an hour and half. The hotel states it's a non smoking hotel but that's not really true as they had ashtrays on the public walkways on the second floor. Our TV didn't work well but our bed which was not a sleep number bed was comfortable. Avoid the sleep number beds. The location is outstanding right near the Opryland Hotel. I'm giving this hotel a low rating based on their normal pricing for their rooms but if you're on a budget and can get this place cheap enough, I think you might be happy.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 27, 2010

The desk personnel went above and beyond the call of duty to make our stay memorable. The hotel was directly across the street from the Gaylord Opryland Hotel with free local bus shuttle service and reasonably priced shuttle service to the downtown area. The drivers were professional, friendly, and went out of their way (literally!) to take us where we needed to go. We arrived on Wednesday and didn't have to move our vehicle until we left on Sunday! What a pleasure! The hotel offers a huge indoor pool, hot tub spa, an on-location bar/restaurant, and a very convenient Shoney's buffet and Cracker Barrel restaurant within a short walking distance among other amenities. And the ornate beauty of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is indescribable. Our meals at the Louise Mandrel dinner show and on-board the General Jackson Riverboat were fantastic along with great entertainment. And our visit to the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville was great! Thanks to "Bernie the bartender" and his magic tricks for a memorable evening!
What didn't I like? No refrigerator in the room. Wah! The Raddison is to undergo a major renovation beginning in Jan. 2011. Perhaps I'll have a fridge next time? We'll be back anyway. Thanks again to EVERYONE for a memorable vacation.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 1, 2010

My family chose to stay here for a couple of reasons. First, we wanted to go to the Opryland Hotel for their various Christmas events but didn't want to stay at the Opryland hotel due to it being too crowded (and too big). Second, the Radisson "name" caused us to believe this would be a nice hotel.

The hotel is a "nice hotel" wannabe. It is NOT a nice hotel. Rooms that are on the exterior of teh building are AWFUL because of the constant NOISE. The hotel is at a pretty busy intersection because of the Opryland Hotel so that means LOTS of traffic....even during the night. It really was hard to sleep because of all the noise from outside. We had requested an interior room, but when we checked in, we were told that there were none available. The rooms are SMALL and the bathroom is smaller (think 1970's hotel bathrooms). The sleep number beds are HORRIBLE....don't let their incessant "promotion" of their "great" beds fool you.

The front desk staff....non-friendly and NOT willing to "go the extra mile" like many other hotels. The room rates, when you consider how run down the hotel is and other factors....are way too high.

My suggestion (if you want to be near the Opryland hotel) is to try the Hilton Garden Inn which is nearby or the Hampton Inn and Suites. If you want to ride the shuttle to the Opryland hotel...then park at the Radisson or walk there, then get on the shuttle bus over to Opryland. They didn't ask for a room key or if you were staying at the Radisson. Parking at the Opryland Hotel is $18 so you will want to take a shuttle over there. You will REGRET staying here.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 11, 2010

I really like Radisson. The hotels are clean, modern, and reasonably priced. This one is reasonably priced. Filthy, stained carpet in the room, halls, and common areas. A cramped, dismal bathroom. General feel of age and filth throughout. The only plus was that the front desk staff kindly changed my reservation to the Radisson by the airport, which was vastly superior, but still underwhelming.

If you're going to Nashville on business, stay at the Hilton Garden Inn by Vanderbilt, or the Hilton Garden Inn or Sheraton by the airport. If you're seeing Opryland on a budget, also look at the airport hotels. They are comparably priced, and only 10 minutes away from Opryland.

Avoid this hotel at all costs.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 2, 2010

Where to begin - check in was fine, but downhill from there. Booked two rooms months in advance, but could not get them together. Inconvenient since we were travelling with an elderly relative. Had booked for two nights, but left after the first. Would have left immediately, but after getting our group of four to the rooms, and driving most of the day, we were all too tired to pack up and find another hotel. Requested a refrigerator at check in, again requested one several hours later, and never received it. Room was outdated, shabby and very dirty. An inch of dust on the lamp base, mirror frame and top of TV. Upholstered chair cushions had dirt, crumbs and dust. Carpet was so worn and frayed in the doorway that the floorboards could be seen. Can only imagine what we couldn't see. Had a strong perfume smell, like they tried very hard to cover up another odor. We left the door open for several hours trying to air it out. Complained to front desk, requested a room change, but they had no other available king rooms. Had an "outside entrance" which overlooked the dumpster, employee area and a roof. Looking over the balcony, the roof was littered with empty liquor bottles, beer cans, various pieces of garbage and bed sheets! We were also able to look down and watch the hotel employees smoking and drinking beer in the employee area. The only good thing was when we checked out the next morning, and the front desk wanted to charge a $50 per room "early checkout fee", I was able to speak with a manager, explain the situation to her, and she did not charge the fee. Fortunately we were able to get a room at the Hyatt Place, which we could see from the parking lot.

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled with family
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