In a note on the hotel's website, general manager Pete Weien reports that the clean-up portion of the work is done and construction has begun in earnest.
The restaurants and lobby have been redesigned, and the Magnolia guest rooms and presidential suites will also get a new look.
Weien notes that the city of Nashville at large has "demonstrated an incredible resilience" since the flooding, and that most of the downtown area is now as good as new.
With the Grand Ole Opry House re-opening in October, and the Gaylord Opryland Resort celebrating its own re-opening in November, we can't think of a better fall getaway than Nashville. (The Gaylord brand's fondness for Christmas remains, by the way—the elaborate Christmas lights will start going up at the Nashville property in the next couple of weeks.)
Rooms at Opryland start at just $209 a night on November 15.
[Photos courtesy Gaylord Opryland ]