This Hotel In Nashville Has a Dolly Parton Suite, Because Of Course It Does

published Jul 2, 2022
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For Dolly Parton fans, a trip to Nashville is a bucket list-worthy experience. So why not take things a step further and fully immerse yourself in the world of country music with a stay in a Parton-themed suite?

Graduate Nashville’s 9-to-5 Suite is as unique as Parton herself and has been inspired by the country music queen’s glamorous and glitzy style—think rich fabrics, plush pink accessories, and gold accents that add an ultra-luxurious touch. The walls are covered in Parton-printed wallpaper, while the ceiling is adorned with disco ball tiles for an all-night party. And when you’re ready to hit the hay? Above the California King waterbed hangs a neon sign featuring one of Parton’s classic quotes: “It costs a lot of money to look this cheap.”

In the living space, dark decor and sleek furnishings screams sophistication. There’s a gallery wall of portraits of Parton, iconic memorabilia, and the desk area has everything you need to plan out Nashville adventure.

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In addition, Graduate Nashville boasts an eye-catching rooftop bar and pool lounge that really makes a statement. White Limozeen, named after Parton’s 1989 album, opened in summer 2020 and has been a hit (no pun intended) with locals and tourists alike since.

“White Limozeen is a celebration of the nonconformists that have always done it their own way,” said Ben Weprin, Graduate Hotels CEO and founder, in a press release. “It’s unique, beyond special, and tells the narrative of a relentless, rags-to-riches journey.

Cocktails have names like “Queen of the Rodeo,” and “There’s a New Cowboy in Town,” while hot pink umbrellas shade the floral-printed sun loungers. But perhaps the most spectacular feature of White Limozeen is the giant pink statue of Parton, sitting in the corner and overlooking the rest of the bar. It’s one for the Instagram feed, that’s for sure.

Rooms at Graduate Nashville start at around $250 per night based on two people sharing.