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Welcome to Music Valley. Once a thriving theme park, Opryland USA officially closed its doors in 1997 after more than 30 years. However, Opryland still lives on, drawing in travelers from far and wide who come to catch a gig at the Grand Ole Opry or stay at the enormous Opryland Hotel, one of the largest resorts in the world. It's not surprising that the summer break months are the busiest, with families descending upon the area. Visit just outside, either between April and May or September and October, and you can score some fabulous Opryland hotel deals.

What are the Top Hotels in Opryland?

The granddaddy of hotels here is the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. It's huge, with a whopping 2,800 guestrooms, acres of indoor parkland complete with an artificial river and boats, and enormous events spaces. Just a mile down the road from the Grand Ole Opry, The Inn at Opryland features a large indoor pool and hot tubs. What the GuestHouse Inn & Suites Nashville lacks in character, it makes up for with its fitness center, in-room facilities, particularly good buffet breakfast, and even better price.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Opryland?

If you want to be at the very heart of Opryland, your best bet is to stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. You shouldn't have a problem bagging one of their many guestrooms. That said, if you stay in one of the hotels a little south of the Center you'll be nearer the Grand Ole Opry, where you can visit for the live gigs or weekly radio shows. If you're bringing kids you might want to consider staying to the north, handy for Music City Indoor Karting, where you can race around the winding go-kart track and practice your putting skills on the miniature golf course.

What are Hotels like in Opryland?

The hotels in Opryland tend to be much larger than your average hotel. Even without the almost 3,000-room Gaylord Opryland, most typically have 200 plus guestrooms. Some are adorned with old guitar-shaped neon lights, while others have a more up-to-date decor. Most feature all the facilities you would expect, with indoor swimming pools, large buffet breakfasts, and a 24-hour desk. You'll find single, double, and family sized rooms, and if you are a business traveler, you can make use of the in-room desks and high-speed Internet.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Opryland?

You don't need piles of cash to experience this musically-inspired part of the U.S. For the most indulgent of guestrooms, you shouldn't have to pay more than $250, a steal compared with the prices found in Downtown Nashville. Typically, ensuite rooms hover between $100 and $200, depending on how close you are to the action. You can even bag a hotel room for under $70 if you don't mind forfeiting the fitness centers and swimming pools. Whatever your budget, Opryland is waiting to show you what country music is all about.