BEST WESTERN Suites Near Opryland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Suites Near Opryland Nashville
Old and dated furniture and rooms, need renovation. Rooms large. The free continental breakfast was awful...unless all you want to eat is southern style biscuits and gravy. The only gluten free healthy alternative was an apple or banana.
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right oppisite an abandoned red roof inn does not seem a nice area. rooms are basic and wifi was crap we would have to sit in lobby or hang out by the lift to get signal. would not stay here again
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Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Suites Near Opryland Nashville
Close to GrandOle Opry
Massive room with microwave and fridge.Close to Opry Mills Mall, nice shopping,and fantasitc restaurant there called Aquarium.We only had one night, wish we had stayed longer,as did not get to see downtown Nashville,but |Grand Ole opry was interesting. Disappointed pool was closed as out of season, yet was 80 degrees.
We stay here for 2 nights. We found the rooms nice and clean. The room we stayed in had 2 beds (perfect for our 2 yr old). The one bed was hard as a rock. They also had a couch which a hide a way bed.
My only complaint was that the deluxe contiental breakfast was terrible. My frosted flakes were old tasting. And nothing else was appealing. Do not go there hungry! Go to Cracker Barrell or Shoney's down the street!
This was a great choice for us. Very clean, spacious room. The pillows were wonderful. This hotel provided us with easy access to the opry mills mall. We would certainly stay here again. No complaints. I would have given it a 5, but it lacked an indoor pool.
I'll stay somewhere else next time
First off, I requested a non-smoking room on the Best Western website 3 months in advance of my stay. I was given a smoking room. I had to leave the window open all day and night for my 2-night stay just to air out the stench of smoke. The toilet in the smoking room also had problems. It would take an initial flush each time to almost wake the toilet up before it would work properly. If your into lots of carbs, the "deluxe" continental breakfast is a pass. I went down the street to Bob Evans.
On my next trip to Nashville and the Opryland area I will spend the extra $$$ and stay in one of the other hotels in the area. This Best Western is off my list.
Bestwestern at Opryland.
Stayed two nights and was pleasantly surprised to find the facility clean, friendly, and staff efficient and helpful. The price was an exceptional value. The streets in Nashville do not have adequate signage. This made the hotel rather difficult to find. Will select this hotel again when in Nashville.
Unwelcoming on arrival...& more !
On arrival , we asked to pay for our room by travellers cheques . The desk clerk was extremley unhelpful @ this stage , seemingly unable to be interested or friendly , making one feel like a nuisance , checking in took about 15 minutes ! Rules in the bedroom booklet stated that if the complementary toiletries were removed from the room you would be charged for them . Patronising Rules in the " breakfast area " said food must not be removed from the dining room , & to limit time @ the table to no more than 15 minutes . The supervisor in the breakfast room sometimes appeared oppresive . Apart from that , the hotel was well situated for the Grand Ole Opry & the Opry Mills .
Great for the money
My husband , daughter, and I traveled to Nashville and stayed 5 nights at this hotel. The staff was very friendly and helpful. they helped us book tours and answered questions we had. The room was clean and very spacious. We had a seating area so we could spread out and really relax. the breakfast was contiental but filling. I do not understand the previous review about the pool, its a seasonal pool, they usually open after memorial day duh! The fitness roon was fine all equipment worked. I must admit that we did not try the sauna. check out the discount travel sites because we got our room for around $50 before taxes
Not Bad for the Price
I recently stayed at this hoel on business and found it pretty good for the price. As this area is just down the street from Opry Mills, some places are priced high. Best Western is moderately priced and clean. It is comfortable and the rooms are roomy. There is a good continental breakfast and all of the attractions are just down the street. The hotel has interior corridors and parking is ample. I found that the hallways, elevators, etc. felt a little worn, an unusual feeling for a seemingly newer place. But overall, I would recommend if the price is right. Not fancy, but good if on a budget.
Room not as reserved
This hotel advertises things that are just not available. The "deluxe continental breakfast" is juice, dry ceral, bagels and sweet rolls and coffee.
The exercise room and spa consisted of machines that don't work and are not being looked at by staff. The sauna was operational, but no water was provided for steam and although there are signs saying to wear nothing but a towel in there, there are no changing rooms close by and no towels either. My biggest problem was that I reserved a smoking room. When I arrived, for a full week's stay, I was told that although I asked for a smoking room, they didn't have one available, so gave me the next best thing. The front desk people were not able to help, on the day of check in or after. Although I left requests several times I never heard from management at all. Be careful that you call the hotel directly after making your reservation and see that you are getting what you want, not "the next best thing." This hotel is very aware that once the day of check in arrives they are not obliged to refund your money and take advantage of it.
A not as nice as touted Best Western
We found this Motel to be clean, neat and the staff friendly and the maid service exceptional. The rooms are very comfortable but one of the reason we picked this property to stay was the exercise room/Spa and deluxe continental Breakfast. The breakfast consisted of juice/dry cereal, toast, bagels or toaster waffles and a hard boiled egg. There was also a sweet pastry that apparently is purchased by the thousand and frozen. Hardly my idea of a" deluxe continental breakfast". I have had better continental breakfasts in less expensive motels. The exercise roon consisted of 4 exercise machines that either didn't work or were wore out. The weight machine was lacking parts to allow a person to work with more than 20 pounds. The other machines were as bad or worse and apparently the staff wasn't able to repair them. A sauna was operational but lacked proper items to make it usable also. The swimming pool was not operational. The lack of promised items in the motel was offset by the friendly people and other attractions in the area. Nashville is a truely wonderful vacation city
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