Opryland Gets Rebranded

One of the long-time names in the hospitality industry is taking on a new identity. All existing and future Opryland hotels will be named after the parent Company, Nashville-based Gaylord Entertainment.

The original Opryland Hotel in Nashville, home of the well-known Grand Ole Opry country music hall, which Gaylord owns, will be called Gaylord Opryland. The new hotel in Kissimmee, Fla, which is set to open in February, will be called Gaylord Palms. The hotel in Grapevine, Texas, sched

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