Two weeks after the record-breaking rains in Nashville, just two of the seven hotels that were forced to close because of flooding remain shuttered. One of them, the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Nashville-Opryland expects to open by June 1, but the largest property in the city, the 2,881-room Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center is expected to be closed for months. "The massive flooding in Nashville will dramatically affect the city's hotel industry for an extended period of ...

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