Motel.com Announces Great Discounts for a Tender Tennessee Christmas

To usher in the holiday season with a bit of country and a whole heaping of southern hospitality, Motel.com announces great deals on lodging and car rentals in Nashville, Tennessee for a “tender Tennessee Christmas.” Whether it’s mouthwatering southern dishes, the beautiful Christmas lights and of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, or a country music ho-down at the Grand Ole’ Opry, Nashville provides the best in holiday celebrations for the entire family.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

Motel.com, the nation’s leading website for discount hotel reservations and car rentals, offers great deals for cheap hotels in Nashville for your holiday travel plans. With so much to see and do in Nashville around the holidays, Motel.com hopes that visitors will be able to experience a tender Tennessee Christmas with their friends, family or loved ones that will stay in their hearts and minds to warm them for the rest of the year.

If you are not sure what to do in Nashville, your first stop should be what has become a local holiday tradition for everyone in the area: the Gaylord Opryland Hotel’s “A Country Christmas”. Each year, this beautiful hotel features world-famous Southern cuisine surrounded by over 2 million Christmas lights and nativity scenes, caroling, and horse-drawn carriage rides in the Magnolia Portico. For the kids, favorite DreamWorks characters from Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Puss In Boots and Madagascar dance and sing in the Gaylord Opryland’s Delta Atrium.

If staying downtown in one of the discounted hotels that can be reserved on Motel.com’s easy-to-navigate website, try to catch The Radio City Christmas Spectacular at the historic Grand Ole Opry House. This magical and enchanting show includes a 3D movie, in which Santa Claus and his reindeer guide audiences on an amazing tour of New York City, flying through Washington Square Park, Central Park, Fifth Avenue and around the Empire State Building. In addition, the beautifully precise dancing of The Rockettes completes famous holiday scenes like the legendary “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” and the first Christmas in “Living Nativity.”

There are so many places to visit in Nashville that are perfect for the holidays. If planning to spend a vacation in Nashville with your family and friends, visit Motel.com, and choose from the Nashville hotel discounts or take advantage of the group travel rates to save extra money.