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
Hotel was fairly good but lacked a few amenities - no restaurant or bar on site. They offered a cookout and “dairy dip” but charged for everything. Consistent shuttle to downtown (about 25 min out) for $10/person. Needed a few updates.
I was here with my mother, we got a 2 bedroom unit and it was comfortable and convenient with our own bathroom and full kitchen. It is located near everything (driving not walking) and quiet. The only negative is the kitchen was not planned well. Some of the doors dont open because the dishwasher door is in the way for instance. And I'm not sure how clean the carpet is, but all hotels are like that I suppose!
Can you just enjoy a vacation without the pressure to buy in everytime you go to a Wyndham resort!?!? No, I don’t care that you have new owner, no... I don’t need a new book of your locations. It’s not worth sitting through a 45 minute presentation (which turns into 3 hours) to get a book and a $75 gift card. Please stop making me hate going on vacation. And for goodness sake LOWER THE CUPBOARDS IN THE KITCHEN!! I might need to use a glass!! Don’t let the picture fool you, you need a step stool to get a glass!
The place was clean. But they wouldn't take no on the time share stuff. Will not stay at their resorts again. I would rather stay at a cheaper place than to deal with that. Plus at night some compressor went off 2 to 3 time a night for 10 to 15 minutes we were there. They know it goes off so the front desk was no help.
My wife and I stay at Wyndham Nashville every year in July. It's our get-away from our kids where we can relax and take in some sightseeing in Nashville and enjoy being away from home for a week. Plus, Nashville is the closest Wyndham to us. We've stayed at a number of Wyndham's across the country (extended family owns into Wyndham), and there are some fantastic places that we love going to. There are some mediocre Wyndham's that we walk away and just say "Meh"...and there are some terrible ones. Like I said, we love staying at this one, but this visit was pretty "meh" if not bad. Our unit was just run down and in some serious need of refurbishing. The shower barely drained, the carpet was worn, the furniture was worn out, the bed was as uncomfortable as sleeping on a hardwood floor, and I might need to see a chiropractor after sitting on the couch.
When we went to talk to the staff about it, they were apologetic, and mentioned to us that our building is the last one waiting to be upgraded. I might suggest doing it sooner rather than later. If they want to place you in building 11, I would ask for a different room.
Anyway, we decided to cut short our trip and go home a day early. We were having fun in Nashville, but the horrible sleep didn't seem worth it. I was surprised that Wyndham didn't comp us some points in return. All other Wyndham's we have stayed at have done this for us if we have had the slightest problem.