Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland

Address: 220 Rudy's Circle, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Cooter's Garage, Willie Nelson and Friends Showcase Museum, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, and Grand Old Golf & Games.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland

      Great Value!

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      Room was clean, very comfortable....excellent breakfast buffet....very friendly staff. This was a great bargain!

      Nice but small

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      the amerisuites-opryland hotel is nice and clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. but the room itself was tiny even though it was a suite. there was no wall separating the bedroom area from the living area where the fold out couch was. also there was only 1 tv divided between the 2 areas so the adults couldn't watch an adult show while the kids watched cartoons, you had to split the tv. it just didn't seem like a suite-everything was squished into 1 room. we were disappointed.

      Wonderful breakfast

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      We decided to stay here at the last minute instead of downtown as it was cheaper and pet friendly. Nice to have a suite and it was clean. Bathroom could use an update and toilet ran constant but we did make them aware upon our departure and hopefully they replaced the flapper but I cannot believe it was not a problem in the past. Staff was very friendly and the breakfast was the best one I've ever had for a "continental breakfast." It included fresh fruit, yogurt, eggs sausage, make your own waffles, bagles, muffins and just about all the breakfast food you could imagine except bacon. It was a nice surprise for the $$. Right across from Opryland.

      Not at the top of my list....

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      My daughter and I stayed here for two nights, when we checked in, the lobby and main areas were nice, but we were disappointed with our room. The wallpaper was peeling in areas and there was definitely moldly caulk in the bathroom. I realize this is a moderate priced hotel........but for $99 a night, I expected at least an up-to-date room.

      Great Location, Great Breafast & Great Rooms!

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      My Friend and I stayed at this hotel, and at a super rate! I was lucky enough to find a fantastic rate searching though the Opry Mills website. So that made this really sweet hotel even sweeter. The bountiful breakfast was very tasty. A lot of varitey, so if you can't decide on one, just get a little of every thing, because it's all good and fresh. The staff are right on top of things at this hotel. I highly recommend this establishment too any visitors to the great city of Nashville. You can't go wrong with this AmeriSuites ....

      Loved It!

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      We stayed here on a whim while we were on the road, very nice. The suite was clean and orderly and the staff was courteous. The best part of the stay was the free breakfast, cereals and breads plus waffles, eggs, sausage and fresh fruit. A nice way to begin our morning and the rest of our trip. A strong value for the price. When I plan future vacations I will surely look into Amerisuites.

      Pretty nice

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      We stayed here summer of 2003. The room was a very nice size and good value for the money and very clean. The continental breakfast was above average. The only complaint we had was with the cleanliness of the halls, elevators, etc. Those needed work. But the room itself was very clean. GOOD location for Opryland area.

      Nice...but small...outdoor pool.

      Good Value for your $$

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      Nice place, clean room, great breakfast. Did need some work in the bathroom (mold in tub). However, they have an excellent staff, very friendly, hospitable and helpful. Very quiet and easy accessibility. Close to restaurants, Opryland Mall and Grand Ole Opry. Easy accessibility from Briley Parkway. Would definitely stay at this Amerisuites again.

      Nice folks...great breakfast

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      the hotel has a great location...close to alot of attraction (all related to opry land of course). the breakfast was awsome (better on the weekend than during the week). our problem was it took 3 rooms to get it right (i was almost ready to leave). the 1st (non-smoking room) well, it smelled like smoke. they changed our room and sent up a air freshing machine to take the smell out (i guess you would have to ask the next guests if it worked). the second room smelled ok, but, when we went to use the bathroom there were dirty washcloths hanging over the shower rod (i dont know how hotel staffs work, but, this room was on the same floor). they also had no one on staff to clean the room (it was not late only around 6pm). the 3rd room (on a different floor) was fine, but, i was a little ify at that point. the rest of our stay was great. we even used their shuttle to go over to the gaylord hotel and check it out. btw...make sure you get the AAA pick 3 ticket its a great place to start.

      Comfy Room + Good Brekkie = Happy Travelers

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      We only stayed at AmeriSuites for one night, but after the experience I think we'll be looking for other AmeriSuites to stay in on future vacations. Our suite was clean and comfortable (though nothing to get too excited about), and the hotel staff was friendly and helpful. The thing that really impressed me was their free continental breakfast. Of course, breakfast is not the main reason for staying at a hotel, but as other frequent travelers know, having a good meal to start off a long day of walking/siteseeing is important.

      We were impressed with their setup because they were not only well-stocked on the usual breakfast fare (bagels, cereal, fruit), but they even had a Belgian waffle iron set up, which was a nice treat.

      They also had a variety of juices and yogurt to round out the meal.

      The hotel is located close to the Opryland Hotel, the Grand Ol' Opry and the Opry Mills (which you can park at for free to access the Opryland Hotel, by the way), and there's a slew of other attractions and restaurants nearby. If you want to go downtown to the Country Music Hall of Fame, it's a bit of a drive but not that bad at all. Overall, the location is great, especially if you're in the city to see shows at the Opry. The hotel also offers a free shuttle to the Opryland Hotel, which is definitely worth a visit (but why pay to stay there?).

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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