First-Of-Its-Kind Water Resort Ready to Make Waves at Gaylord Opryland

USA, Nashville, Tennessee. December 05, 2018

Guests of the Gaylord Opryland Resort have another reason to celebrate the holiday season with the December 1 opening of SoundWaves, the Nation's first truly upscale, indoor/outdoor resort water attraction.

Fusing water and music with amenities and activities, SoundWaves offers an experience unique to Music City. A modern design, sleek finishes and thrilling rides intertwined with living walls and plant beds create an alluring ambiance. Much like Gaylord Opryland's temperature controlled indoor gardens, SoundWaves will maintain an 84-degree tropical temperature. A uniquely-designed roof permits natural light, giving guests the opportunity to sunbathe indoors year-round.

"With the addition of SoundWaves, there's one more reason to visit Nashville and Gaylord Opryland. We are proud to offer this premier water and music attraction you can't find anywhere else," said John Adams, VP and market general manager for Gaylord Opryland Resort & Attractions. "Our team has worked diligently on every detail of the design and guest experience from crafting unexpected dining options to ensuring exclusivity as well as creating an ambience that families, couples and groups find both inviting and upscale."

With outdoor seasonal features set to open summer 2019, SoundWaves offers both indoor and outdoor recreation zones for adults, young children and families. Adult guests will have exclusive access to adult-only indoor and outdoor pools, bars and lounging areas throughout the water resort. Elevated dining experiences with localofferings and signature cocktails, along with kid friendly fare, ensure each palate is satisfied. Private cabana rentals are available with a carefully selected capacity level to provide an exclusive and comfortablerelaxing experience for all guests.

Year-round indoor attractions - open December 1:

  • 111,000 square feet of upscale water attractions and activities
  • Multi-slide tower
  • FlowRider® Double indoor surfing
  • Rapid and lazy rivers
  • Activity pool with rock climbing, obstacle course and basketball
  • Restaurants
  • Exclusive adults-only indoor pool, bar and lounging areas
  • Private cabana rentals

Seasonal outdoor features - open summer 2019:

  • 106,000 square feet of outdoor water amenities
  • Multi-slide tower
  • 315,000-gallon wave pool with a giant LED movie screen
  • Kids pool with a multi-level play structure
  • Multiple dining options
  • Exclusive adults-only outdoor pool, bars and lounging areas
  • Private cabana rentals

How to book the SoundWaves Experience Package

Guaranteed access to SoundWaves is available to those who select the overnight SoundWaves Experience Package when booking their stay at Gaylord Opryland Resort.

Party Rooms

Three party rooms (for 10, 16 or 30 people) will be available for 4-hour rental including complimentary parking passes and all-day access to SoundWaves. This amenity provides a unique experience for birthdays, reunions, graduations and bachelor/bachelorette parties and can be purchased without the overnight package.

For more information or to book SoundWaves packages, visit www.SoundWavesGO.com.



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