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The elegant Wyndham Nashville is located in the heart of Music City, USA, within walking distance of the Opryland Hotel, the Grand Ole Opry, and just minutes from historic downtown Nashville. Nashville is perfect for everyone, from the excitement of Music Valley Drive to the reproduction of the Greek Parthenon. Enjoy many historic sites, including The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson, several Civil War battlefields, and grand plantations and mansions. Other activities include museums, the Nashville zoo, Springhouse Golf Course, and more. After a day's outing, relax in the indoor pool/spa.
Formerly known as Fairfield Nashville.
- Indoor Pool
- Kid Friendly
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Boating (10 miles)
- Car Rental
- Drug Store
- Fishing (10 miles)
- Grocery Store (5 miles)
- Horseback Riding (5 miles)
- Lake (10 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities (10 miles)
- Movie Theater
- Racquetball (7 miles)
- Shopping Area
- Tennis (3 miles)
The location is beautiful but we had a bug (roach) problem in the first room that we stayed in and the staff was very surprised to hear of my issue and moved me to a new room that we equally nice and no bugs
We stayed in a 2 bedroom deluxe unit. It was just beautiful,roomy and sleeps 8. We were only 4 but used both bedrooms and both bathrooms. The staff was very helpful. Attended the opening party which gives an overview of what is here for the week. It turns out that it is really free country music show. the pools are good and they have activities like build a bear that our grandaughter enjoyed. Also there are shows on the premisis that we didn't have time to attend. It is walking distance to opryland and the grand ole opry. I would difinately recommend this for a family vacation.
We have stayed at this resort many times in different seasons over the past few years. It has always been a great place to stay. It has the standard Fairfield/Wyndham Resort look and feel. We especially love how close it is to Opry Mills Mall and Opryland (almost across the street).
A couple of the buildings don't have elevators, so if you have trouble with stairs you'll want to request the buildings that do have them. There also has been some construction or remodeling going on, but that is because they seem to care about keeping things attractive. We will definitely be back for another stay while we are in Nashville.
Just stayed for one week in Building 12, which is right next to the amenities center. Our unit was old and needed updating. Nicks in the furniture, old carpet, old TV's, a dining room chair that was from another set, etc. The staff was very friendly and of course we were invited down to speak to a staff member to participate in what they told us was a survey. Having been on a lot of sales pitches, we told them we were not interested. They told us that this was a once a year survey they do to better serve their customers and assured us it was not a sales presentation. So we went and sure enough it was a sales pitch. The guy we had was pretty decent though and when I told him I thought this was a survey and if he was trying to sell us an upgrade we would just be wasting his time listening to him he got us out of there.
The resort is located in a pretty good spot to use as your jump off point. It is right down the street from Opryland and very close to I 40. One thing I did not like is the lack of security. There is no gate at the entrance and no fence or wall around the property. The back side units are right across the street from residential houses as well. The only thing separating the pool areas from anyone walking down the street is a small row of thin bushes.
All in all, OK at best. My wife and I have stayed in about a dozen resorts and although this one is not the worst, it definitely was in the bottom 3 or 4.
We stayed in this resort for a week in June 2007. We really enjoyed the location, right by the Opryland complex. The unit we were in was very nice, a large 2 bedroom unit, beautifully furnished. We spent our time visiting Nashville, so didn't check out what there was to do at the resort itself, although we did come back one day and heard some good singing from a concert they were giving outside on the grounds. I was disappointed not to be attending a couple of free shows the resort offered, including the Texas Troubador show which they bus you to, but Nashville kept calling us out.
We will gladly visit this resort again.
We were very pleased with this resort. The staff was both friendly and helpful. The room was spacious and well kept. We didn't have the kids with us this time so we were in a 1 BR unit. We did go to a sales presentation and our sales person did not give us a hard sell.
For music lovers, Nashville is fun. Be sure to take the back stage tour of the Grand Ole Opry and take a few hours to wander around the Gaylord Opryland Hotel gardens. Amazing.
The rooms were sort of spacious and nice looking. Resort was kind of on the small side. Not much to do on property, but close to several attractions and far from others. The one problem was with the hard sell. we went to the seminar to see how much it was to buy. When they sent over the RCI "specialist" we had to hold onto our wallets! I have been to many sales meetings, but never anything thing like this one. The "specialist" kept telling us to sign a paper so that RCI can release information about our timeshare so he could value it properly, that is was only for release of information. However the document was a sale agreement to join their points system, with blanks where the cost was! He out and out lied, he kept telling us you have to sign, I could lose my licence by requesting information without a signed form. I read it and asked him where the release of information was. It wasnt there! He kept trying to get us to sign the form with blank spaces by lying to us! I have a copy of the form and I am going to send it to the attorney general. I have never seen such deceit. Beware if you go here, you might be agreeing to buy a timeshare and not even know it!
I have been to may Fairfield locations and this by far is the worst I have been. The facilities that my family stayed in was not up to par. They do not have a place for activities to take place, so instead they use the center where you check in. With that being said I hope no one tries to check in on the days they decide to have a large activity because they set up chairs in front of the entrance and you cannot get in. We found there really isn't many activities for kids and the resort staff wasn't all that friendly, with the exception of about 3 staff members, We will not go back and had this been the first timeshare I had visited I would not own with Fairfield. However I am an owner and I love my home resort which is Fairfield Smoky Mountains.
I have stayed in this resort 3 times in the last 3 years. My last visit was in December 2006. The staff is excellent and very helpful. The suites are roomy and very clean. I always make it a point to stay here whenever I visit Nashville.
Loved it...........if you love county music, this is the place to stacy close this everything.
We stayed on the second floor of unit #12 over Easter. Loved the spaciousness of the two bedroom unit and the decor. The only downside was the noise level of the pool (it stayed open until 11:00 p.m.) and surrounding balconies. We tend to be early risers and it seemed most of the people staying here were night owls and were loud. I would stay here again but would try to get a little further away from the pool area. L.F. Milford, Michigan
We visited this lovely resort for four days in early December 2005. It is conveniently located to several attractions (i.e. Opryland, Opry Mills, Music Valley) Even The Hermitage and downtown were no problem to get to. (Nashville is busy working on their highways, however.) Resort check in was early and prompt; the unit - a 2 bedroom deluxe was most comfortable and well- appointed - only needs another hair dryer in 2nd bath. Didn't plan on cooking much, and if you do, it has only basic supplies, which was fine with us. Activities were numerous and welcome (sampling of area music, frequent breakfasts, pie & ice cream in afternoons) Shuttle bus runs on some days to save you driving downtown at night. All in all, we were most pleased and already have reservations again in the spring.
I stayed here during the week of Christmas (2002.I went on a "guest certificate" and came back as VIP GOLD.That should tell you just how impressed I was with this wonderful facility.The staff is just so NICE and accomodating,the planned activities and the cleanliness of this resort is just wonderful!!The suites are so nice and beautifully decorated.Have outdoor pool,indoor pool,sauna,free internet access,planned activities.
Ive been back to this resort many times. It is great and so peaceable and tranquil that you really get to rest. That is unless you want to slip downtown and party with all the country music stars.
Our family has stayed at Fairfield Nashville on a couple occasions. The resort is relatively new and the units are very large. Nice decor, especially liked the separate whirlpool room. Pool and exercise area are well maintained and a pleasure to use. Resort location is great, right across the road from the Opryland Hotel and Grand Old Opry.
Tile is press and stick in kitchen & bath. It looks like it too. Deluxe room on B side does not have a spa or garden tub. I would not stay there again. If this is the first timeshare you ever visit you may think this one is great. However, spend 10 years traveling to timeshares and you will quickly see Fairfield Nashville needs help, help in the activity department and interior design.
We recently returned from an interesting week's visit to the Fairfield Nashville (TN) Resort.. we had a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, full kitchen unit with a comfortable porch.. although the unit had more than the usual amount of irritating minor problems the maintenance and housekeeping departments responded promptly and cheerfully.. the resort has an indoor pool, health-club, 2-outdoor pools, internet access.. many activities and tours are available for a modest fee..
Our day trips included a visit to the Hermitage, Andrew Jackson's plantation, a tour of the Vanderbilt University campus, the OpryLand Hotel (with an indoor river under a towering domed roof) and shopping at Oprey Mills and the Tennessee Fairgrounds flee market.. an evening show at the Texas Troubadour Theatre (TTT) paid a Tribute To The King (EP).. on Sunday morning we attended a service at the Cowboy Church held in the TTT where the pastor's wife is the late Johnny Cash's youngest sister.. Nashville has a lot of interesting civil war sites and plantations, art galleries and antique shops that we have reserved for future trips as the city is a convenient 9 hour drive from Chicago..
Traded my 2 bdrm here and got a 1 bdrm. Was attending a conference so it worked out okay...but don't think I really got a fair deal. The unit had to be a lockout off a two bedroom. For the two of us it worked considering we were there only for a few days....but the unit was really small. They invited us to do a survey and offered to refund half our exchange fee...but when my husband got there they told him they couldn't refund without the both of us. I was at the conference and could not make arrangements. Dont think they were very fair since my husband ended up giving them a considerable amount of his time. Overall the complex was nice and the two bedrooms looked very nice from the outside...but not really sure what there was to do around the complex.
This was the first time I stayed at a Fairfield property...timeshare wise. I have to say it was a very pleasant experience. The units are tastefully decorated. The only drawback is that the kitchens are rather small and cramped if several people are trying to cook etc...The resort is in VERY close proximity to the Opryland Hotel which in itself is at least an afternoon of sight seeing. The staff was friendly and helpful for ideas of places to go and thinsg to see. Lots of historical places a person can visit if so inclined as well as enjoying the antebellum homes. Not much to do at the resort itself unless you like to swim, but there is plenty around town to keep you busy.
This was my first time share exchange and I loved it! The resort had 2 outdoor pools and 1 indoor one. They had a work-out room and a tanning room and lots of on-site activities. The staff was friendly and didn't really push with a sales pitch like I've heard some timeshares like to do while you're there. They are very close to many of the activities in Nashville. I loved it!
LOTS TO DO.
2415 McGavock Pine
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
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