Category Archives: Nashville travel

Nashville "Direct Connect" Hotels From Hotelmine

Grand Ole Opry

Set amid the gentle hills and farmlands of central Tennessee, sprawling Nashville attracts millions of visitors each year.

The majority come to immerse themselves in country music, whether at mainstream showcases like the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry, or in the smaller clubs and honky-tonks found not only downtown but also in Nashville’s many neighbourhoods.

Here are just a few of the many hotels in Nashville  that you will find at Hotelmine.  Don’t forget when you decided to book your guest room you will be dealing directly with the hotel and not an online travel agency.

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T&L ranks America's most favorit cities

Hutton Hotel Nashville

This past summer Travel + Leisure readers were asked to rank 35 U.S. cities on such categories as culture, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. The results are in and they include some interesting responses. Check out how tourists and locals ranked certain popular travel destinations.

Best Fall Destination:  Savannah, Georgia. (Runners up included Charleston, South Carolina; Providence, Rhode Island; and Portland, Maine)

Best Overall Cultural Destination: New York, New York. (Runners up included Washington DC; Boston, Massachusetts; and Chicago, Illinois

Best Affordable Hotels: Nashville, Tennessee. (Runners up included Salt Lake City, Utah; Houston, Texas; and San Antonio, Texas)

Cleanest Destination: Salt Lake City, Utah. (Runners up included Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota; Portland, Oregon; and Denver, Colorado) 

Best Luxury Shopping: New York, New York. (Runners up included Las Vegas, Nevada; Chicago, Illinois; and Los Angeles, California)

Gaylord Opryland Hotel sustains damage

According to a report covered by Nashville’s WKRN News 2 guests and staff have been evacuated from the Gaylord Opryland Hotel.

The resort, located in the Two Rivers area of Nashville, has taken in eight to 10 feet of water in the Cascades Lobby and the Delta Atrium.

Opryland is no longer accepting reservations and the hotel will be closed until further notice.

Guests with reservations later this month can check the hotel’s Web site for more information.