Best Western Suites Near Opryland
201 Music City Circle, Nashville, TN 37214-1220
Phone: +1 615-902-9940 | Fax: 615/902-9950 | 100 Rooms | Online Reservations
Whether you're traveling to Nashville for business or leisure, the Best Western Suites Near Opryland is the perfect place to rest, relax and enjoy all that Nashville has to offer.
Located close to downtown Nashville, the Best Western Suites Near Opryland is just a short drive away from everything guests want to see, do and experience while visiting. Music lovers will enjoy being close to the Grand Ole Opry® House, the annual CMA Fest, Music City Nashville and the Country Music Hall of Fame®. Meanwhile, golfers can swing away on nearby Gaylord Springs Golf Course, families can race around Two Rivers Water Park and shoppers can stroll through the shops and restaurants of downtown Nashville.
Guests staying at the Best Western Suites Near Opryland will appreciate spacious accommodations with exceptional amenities. Each well-appointed suite at this Nashville hotel features cable satellite television, a microwave, a refrigerator and free high-speed Internet access. We even have Spa Suites available upon request. Other amenities at the Best Western Suites Near Opryland include a complimentary continental breakfast each morning, a sparkling swimming pool that's open seasonally and a fully equipped fitness center.
Business guests staying at the Best Western Suites Near Opryland will also appreciate this Nashville hotel's quiet location and close proximity to area businesses, the Nashville International Airport and Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
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Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary continental breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, eggs, yogurt, juice, coffee, and hot items. Deluxe breakfast.
- Outdoor pool, seasonal
- Safe deposit box
- Sightseeing tours
- Ice/vending machines
- Guest laundry
- Free parking
- Meeting facilities
- Business center, 24-hours
- Fax services
- Photocopy services
- Stationary bike
- Interior corridor
- Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access; All guest rooms are hardwired for internet access
- Printer available
- High-speed Internet access
Best Western Suites Near Opryland
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Conveniently located, the best western suites near opryland in Nashville, Tennessee is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 36.223575 / Latitude: -86.696735
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: I-24, I-40, and I-65. Take Exit 12 off Briley Parkway toward Opryland, then make a right onto Music Valley Drive. Drive half mile, turn left on to Music City Circle to the Best Western Suites Near Opryland.
Best Western Suites Near Opryland
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Most Popular Area Attractions
With notable alumni like Trisha Yearwood, Brad Paisley, and DJ Qualls, Belmont University in Nashville has proven to be a top school. Established in 1890, Belmont University is a private institution found just south of downtown, and adjacent to another top school – Vanderbilt University.
Plan your next visit to Nashville and partake in a campus tour. You'll see the Belmont Mansion, one of the oldest and most grand structures on campus, and Belmont Bell Tower. In sports, the Belmont Bruins compete within the Ohio Valley Conference. Head to E.S. Rose Park for Belmont Bruins baseball games.
Celebrating Tennessee's 200th birthday, Nashville's Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park welcomes visitors and park-dwellers to share in the preservation of Tennessee's history, culture, and natural beauty. Lying in the shadow of the Tennessee State Capitol, the 19-acre park features erupting geyser fountains representing Tennessee's rivers, large framing walls with historical facts etched into them, and a grass area.
For more in depth information, visitors can attended park ranger-led tours, or hold a friendly chat with a ranger about the wonders of Tennessee. The park also presents Tennessee's Struggle for the Heartland from 1861 to 1865, which is an informative Civil War exhibitions.
Also known as Sommet Center, Gaylord Entertainment Center, and Nashville Arena, the Bridgestone Arena is a multi-purpose facility located in downtown Nashville. Built in 1996, the distinct architecture of the Bridgestone Arena makes it an icon of central Nashville.
Nicknamed the Stone, the Bridge, and the Tire Barn, Bridgestone is a multi-surface complex ideal for hockey, basketball, concerts, and more. The Bridge can even be transformed into the 5,145-seat Music City Theater for more intimate arts performances.
Established in 1972, the CMA Music Festival is a four-day celebration of country music set in downtown Nashville. Presented by the Country Music Association, this Tennessee music festival draws more than 400 artists and over 250,000 attendees to the Nashville metropolitan area every June.
Stages for the CMA Music Festival are found at Riverfront Park, Bridgestone Arena, and LP Field – all neighboring Nashville landmarks like the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum and Ryman Auditorium – home stage of the Grand Ole Opry.
Also known as the Dukes of Hazzard Museum, the Cooter’s Place is open daily in Nashville, Tennessee. The free Dukes of Hazzard Museum & Shops features original costumes and memorabilia from the beloved television show “The Dukes of Hazzard.”
Be sure to get a photo of the iconic General Lee, catch a cast member signing, and browse through the “all things Hazzard” gift shop. Cooter’s Museum also features a second location in Gatlinburg.
Located on the Cumberland River, the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum is located in the entertainment district of Nashville. This museum strives to educate its visitors on the history of country music, and to promote country music traditions in Music City.
Since 1967, the museum has been home to "America's Music" – and the $37-million building opened in 2001 as a key fixture in the Nashville skyline. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum houses an impressive collection of video clips, recordings exhibits, a museum store, on-site café, and live performances.
Nashville, known to many for its iconic and legendary music history, is an exceptional place to visit at any time of the year. During your next stay, be sure to check out E.S. Rose Park. While many will tell you to visit any number of the nearby attractions, E.S. Rose Park is an enormous sports park you just have to see.
With fields and areas designated for soccer, softball, baseball, and track & field, E.S. Rose Park is the ideal place to host all of the Belmont University Bruins sports events – at least for baseball, softball, men's and women's soccer, and track. The baseball field at E.S. Rose seats 750 fans. Come on out and cheer on the Bruins during your next stay in Nashville.
Established in 2001, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts is an art museum located in downtown Nashville. The museum is set in Nashville’s historic U.S. Post Office building – constructed in 1932 and found on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Covering 2.5 acres across the Marr and Holman buildings, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts also encompasses 24,000 square feet of gallery space. Visitors are also encouraged to drop by the Frist Center Café, or take something home from the Frist Center Gift Shop.
There are few better ways to experience a full day of fun in Nashville than with a day out at the ballpark. Head for Hawkins Field, home of the Vanderbilt University Commodores baseball team. You can find Hawkins Field on the Vanderbilt campus, adjacent to the Vanderbilt Stadium and Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium.
Opened in 2002, Hawkins Field seats 3,700 fans come game day. This impressive baseball venue was named after Charles Hawkins III, a Vanderbilt University benefactor. The Vanderbilt Commodores baseball team kicks off their season each year in February, and they play through May.
Frozen in 1779, the Historic Mansker's Fort is set in Goodlettsville just north of the Nashville area. Settled along Avery's Trace, Mansker's Fort is an interactive museum offering tours weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Known to be the longest standing brick structure in mid-Tennessee, the Bowen Plantation House is also found at Mansker's Fort. Constructed in 1787, this historic site was the former home of Captain William Bowen of the Revolutionary War.
Tennessee travelers may also check out the free museum in the Historic Mansker's Station Visitor Center for exhibits and further information. The museum is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As one of the top private liberal arts schools in the state, Lipscomb University is an ideal destination for high school seniors visiting Tennessee. Head for Nashville and discover Lipscomb just south of Interstate 440 along Shackleford Road and Granny White Pike.
Lipscomb University was established in 1891 as the Nashville Bible School. Today, Lipscomb features a diverse student body, a wide range of degree programs, and a charming urban campus spread across 83 acres. Explore the campus and check out Bison Square, and the Allen Bell Tower. The Lipscomb Bisons compete within the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Set on Highway 100, the Loveless Café is an iconic eatery located in southwestern Nashville. Famous for its southern cooking menu, Loveless Café attracts celebrities, the media, and food-lovers from around the world to the Nashville metro area.
Established in 1951, this award-winning restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. – and offers plenty of take-home goodies. Patrons can also check out the 4,800-square-foot Loveless Café Barn, home to the weekly, Wednesday-night Music City Roots Festival.
Plan your next trip for Tennessee and head for Nashville. You'll find a wide range of exciting and historic places to visit in the Nashville area – be sure to make visiting the Music City Center a top priority.
Opened in 2013, the Music City Center is a premier convention center in the state, and one of the best ways to experience the music of Tennessee.
You'll find 2.1 million total square feet, 60 meeting rooms, 1,800 parking spaces, and 350,000 square feet of actual exhibit space.
A staple of Music City, Music Row is a must-see when visiting the Nashville metro area. Set in central Nashville just southwest of downtown, Music Row is a business district focusing on the country, rock, gospel, and Christian music industry.
Found along 16th and 17th avenues south, Music Row features several famous recording studios – including Studio B. Several eateries, bars, boutiques, and photo opportunities are also found throughout Music Row.
Established in 2006, the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum is located in the Historic Nashville Municipal Auditorium in central Nashville, Tennessee. The MHOF is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum inducts and honor musicians of all genres and instruments. The MHOF welcomes its new inductees each year at the annual induction ceremony – including Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Peter Frampton, Amy Grant, and Toto.
Featuring a 118,000-square-foot exhibitor floor, the Nashville Convention Center is a multi-use complex located in downtown Nashville. Also offering 25 meeting rooms, the NCC facility is an icon of the Nashville metro area skyline.
Located conveniently near the Nashville International Airport, the Nashville Convention Center plays host to Music City events like Nashville Fashion Focus, Comfortech, Sports, Inc. Tradeshow, and much more.
Also known as the Fairgrounds Expo Center, the Nashville Expo Center is located in south-central Nashville metro area at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Covering 177 acres, the expo center is easily found by I-65, I-440, and I-24.
Tennessee State Fairgrounds Expo Center features a 120,000-square-foot floorspace, and is known for hosting the Tennessee State Fairgrounds Flea Market – happening year-round on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Capital city residents and visitors have a wonderful resource for aviation services, located southeast of downtown Nashville. The Nashville International Airport has serviced the Nashville area since 1937, after smaller airports provided air travel from the 1910s through the 1930s. The airport was originally named Berry Field, in honor of Col. Harry S. Berry. The 4th Ferrying Command of the United States Army Air Force Transport Command, used the airport as its headquarters, during World War II.
The Robert C. H. Mathews Jr. Terminal features four terminals with a variety of services for commercial passengers, including ground transportation, dining, shopping, a retail and health clinic and rental car agencies. While waiting for a flight to one of the several major cities in the country, be sure to browse the art exhibits at the Arts at the Airport. Local, regional and national art is on display, in addition to live music exhibitions.
Nashville Shores Waterpark features eight waterslides, the more level Kowabunga Beach, the Breaker Bay Wave Pool, and the Castaway Creek Lazy River – plus much more. If you’re looking to stay dry at Nashville Shores, try rides on the Nashville Shoreliner, or swing by the Treetop Adventure Park.
Opened in 1999, Nissan Stadium is home field advantage for the National Football League's Tennessee Titans and the Division-I Tennessee State Tigers. Scenically placed along the Cumberland River in Nashville, the acclaimed football stadium can seat over 69,000 fans on game day.
While serving primarily as a venue for action-packed, American football during the fall, Nissan Stadium also regularly hosts soccer matches featuring the United States men and women's national teams. For the music fans, large festivals and concerts such as the CMA Music Festival are frequently hosted at the stadium.
Set on the Cumberland River, Opry Mills is a shopping and entertainment district found in the northeastern Nashville metro area. Known as a super-regional shopping mall, the Mills features over 200 stores.
Offering 1,200,000 square feet of retail space – plus restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and dessert stops – Opry Mills is located on the former site of Opryland USA. Open in 2,000, Opry Mills is a must for those looking to get some shopping done in Nashville.
Standing in Centennial Park since 1897, the Parthenon is Nashville’s own replica of the Greek temple honoring the goddess Athena.
The Parthenon replica was originally built as part of Nashville’s Centennial Exposition. It stands today with its own replica of Athena inside as well as replicas of sculptures that were found in the Athenian Parthenon. The building also houses the Nashville art museum with a collection of 63 paintings.
Visitors to Nashville will enjoy the urban setting of Centennial Park and the views offered of the Parthenon upon the grassy hill on which it sits. The shade of the trees that surround the Parthenon is the perfect place to have a picnic or take a walk after touring the inside of the Parthenon.
Covering 14,000 acres, Percy Priest Lake stretches for 42 miles in central Tennessee within the Nashville metro area. Percy Priest Lake is just east of downtown Nashville and accessed easily from Interstate 40.
Completed in 1968 by the Corps of Engineers, Percy Priest Lake was created by the J. Percy Priest Dam. Water recreation includes boating, fishing, swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, and water skiing – plus land fun like horseback riding, picnicking, hiking, and biking.
Set a course for Tennessee and enjoy all the best of its outdoor recreation. Make your way into Nashville and explore the always vibrant and ever-popular Radnor Lake State Park. Found just south of downtown Nashville, Radnor Lake State Park is 1,332 acres of lush landscapes, exceptional lakeside fun, and so much more.
Also known to some as Radnor Lake State Natural Area, this site was developed as a recreation site for visitors and locals in 1973. Protected as a Class II Natural Area, Radnor Lake SP features the Historic Valve House Trail, which opened in 2011. Be sure to also check out the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center. Hikes, edifying experiences, and fishing – you'll find it all at Radnor Lake SP.
Constructed in 1891, Ryman Auditorium is a historic performing arts venue set in downtown Nashville near the Cumberland River.
A staple venue for Music City, Ryman is better known as the Grand Ole Opry House.
This 2,362-seat iconic theater is a U.S. National Historic Landmark listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Formerly the Union Gospel Tabernacle as well, Ryman Auditorium now hosts live music, comedy, arts, and the Grand Ole Opry from November to February – a must-do when visiting Music City.
Found in the James K. Polk Cultural Center, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Established in 1980, TPAC consists of the Andrew Jackson Hall, James K. Polk Theater, and the Andrew Johnson Theater.
A non-profit organization, TPAC houses local organizations like the Nashville Ballet, the Nashville Opera, and the Nashville Repertory Theatre. TPAC also operates the War Memorial Auditorium, and houses the Tennessee State Museum in its city-block structure.
Established in 1937 and dating to 1817, the Tennessee State Museum is a 60,000-square-foot history museum found in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. TSM houses permanent exhibits like First Tennesseans, The Civil War, and The Age of Jackson.
This Tennessee heritage center is located in the James K. Polk Cultural Center along with the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. The Tennessee State Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Famously the alma mater of Oprah Winfrey, Tennessee State University is a premier school found in Nashville. Plan your next visit to Nashville and Middle Tennessee, where a campus tour of TSU is ideal for high school seniors, those interested in local history, and those seeking a graduate school.
Established in 1912, Tennessee State University is just one member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, and is open to the public. You can find the campus between Interstate 40 and the Cumberland River. Sports fans rarely miss a chance to see the TSU Tigers and Lady Tigers in action. The TSU Tigers football team plays home games at Nissan Stadium.
The number-one attraction in Music City, the Grand Ole Opry is set in Nashville, and honors country music's history.
"Country's most famous stage" is now a live-entertainment sensation with beginnings in 1925, from humble roots as a radio broadcast. Each week, Ryman is packed with fans enjoying the live show – in addition to the millions of people watching on TV and listening to the radio.
Western legends, as well as new country stars, step on the stage to perform a variety of country, gospel, bluegrass, and comedy. The Opry celebrates it all. While in Nashville, enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the Opry House. Don't forgot your camera for a memorable photograph on stage.
A must for country music fans, the Johnny Cash Museum is set in downtown Nashville on the Cumberland River. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the museum is a comprehensive collection of memorabilia all dedicated to the Man in Black.
Established in 2013, the Johnny Cash Museum is authorized by the Estate of Johnny Cash. Nashville visitors may browse artifacts of Cash and June Carter, check out the gift shop, or even rent the space for private events.
You'll want to enjoy some exciting college football action during your next stay in Nashville. Make your way to Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville where you can watch the Vanderbilt University Commodores play football. Plan your next stay in Nashville for late summer and into the fall.
You can find Vanderbilt Stadium southwest from downtown Nashville between Interstate 440 and Interstate 40. It's on the campus of the actual Vanderbilt University, and from 1922, when it opened, to 1981, it was known as Dudley Field. Vanderbilt Stadium seats 40,550 fans.
Established in 1873, Vanderbilt University is a private research institute set in the Nashville metro area.
Found just southeast of downtown Nashville, Vandy has an enrollment of nearly 13,000 students.
Vanderbilt University features four undergraduate and six graduate programs across its 330-acre campus.
Vandy is also home to the NCAA Division I Vanderbilt Commodores, found in Memorial Gymnasium and other venues.
Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., the Willie Nelson & Friends General Store & Museum is located in northeast Nashville. The museum features personal memorabilia of Willie Nelson and other famed country music stars.
The souvenir shop was established in 1979 in Madison in central Tennessee as a country music memorabilia shop. The Willie Nelson General Store also features preserves, BBQ sauce, and Jack Daniels products.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 1.00 mile(s) from Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
- 1.00 mile(s) from Grand Ole Opry House
- 1.00 mile(s) from General Jackson Showboat
- 1.00 mile(s) from two theaters, an IMAX® theater, and tickets for all Nashville attractions
- 1.50 mile(s) from The General Jackson
- 10.00 mile(s) from Country Music Hall of Fame
- 10.00 mile(s) from Gaylord Entertainment Center and the famous Ryman Auditorium in historic downtown Nashville
- 10.00 mile(s) from The Coliseum, home of the Tennessee Titans, take the General Jackson Tailgate Cruise to the game and combine the best of two worlds
- 20.00 mile(s) from Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
- 1.50 mile(s) from Opry Mills Mall
- 20.00 mile(s) from Outlet Mall, Lebanon
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Sightseeing tours
- 1.00 mile(s) from Championship Golf Courses, Two Rivers is an 18-hole public course and is next door to Springhouse Golf Course, famous for hosting the Bell South Senior Classic
- 12.00 mile(s) from professional sports , NFL & NHL
- 15.00 mile(s) from ice skating
- 25.00 mile(s) from Grand Old Golf and Games, miniature golf, go-cart and video games
- 0.25 mile(s) from Nashville Palace, full service, Steak House, open for: lunch, dinner, full service restaurant serving American cuisine
- 0.25 mile(s) from Santa Fe Cattle Company, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.25 mile(s) from Night Life Theatre, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.25 mile(s) from Bob Evans, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.25 mile(s) from Cracker Barrel, full service, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
- 1.00 mile(s) from Cook of the Walk, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.00 mile(s) from Score Boar, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.50 mile(s) from TGI Friday's, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.50 mile(s) from Chili's, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.50 mile(s) from The Aquarium Restaurant, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.50 mile(s) from The Rainforest Restaurant, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.50 mile(s) from Macaroni Grill, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
Best Western Suites Near Opryland
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