Nashville might not be the largest city in Tennessee, being outgrown by its fellow town of Memphis, but it’s still the capital of the state, thus has an important status and is a major crossroads of human transportation, on both air and ground. Now, if you’re ever going to set foot in this crossroads and need a place to bunk, we’ve got an awesome suggestion for you: the Gaylord Opryland hotel, on Opryland drive in the North Eastern part of Nashville (near the Nashville airport).
Of course, the high traffic area doesn’t lack hotels of all statures and budgets, so what made us single out the Gaylord Opryland? Well, despite being a renowned quality establishment in the area, check out the spring break deal they’re coming forth with these days. If you’re not in the mood to read what their site offer holds, let us summarize it for you:
- First off, they offer an amazing discount on room prices that went down to $99 per night (that’s $99 without the tax, resort fee and parking fee by the way, but still pretty decent). If you want to book your hotel online, make sure you use their discount code (99BRK)
- Free admissions to the Wildhorse Saloon
- 20% discount on their Spa services if you have a Middle Tennessee driver’s license
- Several discounts to auxiliary amenities, such as the General Jackson Showboat (code GJ10), the Opry Country Classics shows (code TAKE10), the Ryman Auditorium and Museum (code RAQ1) and others.
If that didn’t whet your appetite for luxury hotels, check out the size and feel of one of their rooms. So if you’re in or around Nashville this spring, make sure you give Gaylord Opryland a try, it’s pretty much one of the best quality/price deals out there at this point.