NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The six-and-a-half month wait for the reopening of Nashville's Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center will come to an end next week.
The sprawling complex located on the banks of the Cumberland River will reopen on Monday.
Since the May flood, the Nashville hotel has been planning and counting down the days until it reopens.
"On May 3, with the amount of water here, it's really amazing that we could reopen the hotel this year," Pete Weien Senior Vice President and General Manager of Gaylord Opryland told News 2.
The hotel spent more than $200 million on repairs and renovations to the hotel that attracts tourist from all across the country.
News 2 will be broadcasting live from Opryland Hotel on November 15 to give viewers a look inside the newly renovated hotel.