What We Love
- A convenient, all-suites Music City base five minutes from the Grand Ole OpryCatching a show at the Grand Ole Opry, or visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame
- Taking a swim in the indoor or two outdoor pools, or soaking in the Jacuzzi
- Attending a welcome party, if you’re here on a Sunday
What To Know
- Avoid timeshare sales presentations – they run super long
- Free lemonade, popcorn, and coffee can be found in the lobby
- Catch the shuttle to Nashville for just $10 roundtrip
Nashville is full of surprises. It’s an all-American destination with a full-sized Greek Parthenon, it’s a bustling state capital that doubles as a down-to-Earth college town, and it’s a city that’s best known for country. (Music, that is.) There’s quite a bit to take in, so when visiting, base yourself somewhere that keeps it simple. Wyndham Nashville is a comfortable, convenient retreat, with two seasonal outdoor pools, an indoor pool, two children’s pools, a playground and suites with a kitchen or kitchenette apiece – plus an address just five minutes from the Grand Ole Opry by car.
The hotel sits right on the edge of town, and all the other best sights, like the aforementioned Parthenon replica and the Country Music Hall of Fame, are just a slightly longer drive. All the major neighborhoods, like the Gulch and Downtown, are also within easy reach. Pick one, and spend the day uncovering its coolest joints for fried chicken or fruit tea, its most charming green spaces and its best performance venues. After all, with all the necessities accounted for back in your suite, you’re free to scout out the coolest new musicians – before the rest of the world hears about them.
No rooms here; just suites, all with respective kitchenettes, washers and dryers. Each is also comfortable, simple and conveniently furnished, with a minimum of two TVs (one in the bedroom and one in the living area) and a sleeper sofa.
Amenities- Full bath?- Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi- Cable TV- DVD player- Dining area- King bed in master bedroom- Complimentary local calls- Electronic/magnetic keys
Nicknamed Music City, U.S.A, Nashville is an international country capital, and you’ll want to swing by one of the famous venues – The Bluebird Café and Station Inn, for instance, along with the minutes-away Grand Ole Opry – when you visit. Another legendary attraction is the full-sized Parthenon replica (built for the 1897 Centennial Exposition), while an assortment of parks and gardens add a bit of green to the cosmopolitan destination. For a one-of-a-kind day trip, head to the Jack Daniel’s whiskey distillery, about an hour and a half southeast.
How to Get There
We had two couples in a two bedroom deluxe. Plenty of room. Two bathrooms. The outside pools were fantastic. We also used the gas grills near the pool. If I wanted to be picky the unit was a little dated. We did not use the shuttle service we used Uber instead to Broadway. It was $15 each way. We did Uber just because it was on demand on our schedule. Thank you Wyndham for having a Nashville location.
We were able to say no to the time share presentation. Worst part of staying at a time share.
This place is perfectly located nearby Opry Mills, Music Valley, the interstate (155 and 65) and more. It offers fully furnished units between 1-3 bedrooms with amenities such as indoor and outdoor pools, nightly activities/entertainment, a picnic, park/play area for families and children, and more!!!
The unit I got at this resort is the worst I have had at a Wyndham resort yet, Had a 3 bedroom lock off and was told they are only on the first floor of the building I was in — building 10. This is a building that terribly needs an update. The furniture and rugs look like they came out of Archie Bunkers house. Same drab colors. Water only got luke warm and toilet rocked when you sat on it. Both rooms looked very run down. This was NOT what I am use to with Wyndham. Very friendly staff and they were also very helpful. Still love Wyndham and will continue to use them but hope they do some renovations soon at this resort.
The location is not very close to downtown but it is a short drive or Lyft away. The property is nice;however we were put in the last building which we were told was the "newest" building. It was at the end of the property next to all sorts of maintenance, which took up an entire row of parking! Thus most evenings we had to park near to another building, and we were not close at all to any pools or hot tubs. Not sure but it did not seem the place was full so not sure why we were put where we were when there were other spaces available.
Also, the room was not set up very well. i.e. the kitchen layout was very bad, i.e. all of the dishes, cups, glassware are in a cabinet that unless you are 6'6" you have to either get a chair and then climb on the counter in order to reach anything! We ended up putting all of the dishes out on the counter so that we did not have to get up there and be trying to reach for things. In any case the configuration of the unit was not well thought out.
The "master" bedroom has a very small closet and it's right behind the door! Why was this not put where the bath-tub is? I'm pretty certain people are not going to take a bath, having a nice walk in closet in the room and being able to have a larger shower in the bathroom would have been much better.
The furniture in the "living" room area is very uncomfortable, I spent most of my time sitting in the dining area.
In any case things were not done well, and I'm not sure I would go there again or recommend the place to anyone I know.
Had a great relaxing three night stay here. Room was comfortable and buildings were clean and in great shape. The grounds were nice and the pool and hot tub were great. It's close to the opre mall and about 20 mins from downtown Broadway. They have a shuttle for 10 per person round trip. The staff were friendly and no issues with reservation or checkin or out. I recommend this resort when in Nashville.