The accidental explosion that occurred at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center last month is estimated to have cost the company more than a million dollars.
According to Gaylord Entertainment's preliminary second quarter result, the incident resulted in a $1.3 million loss.
Investigators have since determined the blast was caused by a leak in a heat exchange that allowed natural gas to mix with steam in a line.
Around 5,000 guests were forced to evacuate hotel on the night of June 19 due to the explosion.
No injuries were reported.
Hotel officials estimated the incident caused $750,000 worth of damage to the building.