The Opryland Hotel is set to reopen its doors Monday after may flood waters forced them to renovate.
Some parts of the hotel saw almost 10 feet of damage during May’s floods.
Opryland closed its doors and made a plan to reopen them for the holidays better than ever before.
The hotel was able to do more than 175 million dollars in renovations.
It includes 2 new restaurants, 600 redesigned rooms and a new contemporary lobby.
All improvements they say wouldn't have been possible in this short time frame if they weren't forced to close their doors to guests.
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