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The Graduate Hotel In Nashville Will Give You All The Bougee Bang For Your Buck

When it comes to visiting the famous Music City, most people want the most bang for their buck because getting all the drinks, food, and experiences don't come cheap. The Graduate Hotel in Nashville that opened earlier this year will give you that sense of living like a King, but without the hefty price tag. Be kind to your pockets and get one of the coolest experiences in the city by staying a night at this location.

Nashville's Graduate Hotel opened its doors for the first time in January of 2020 and guests will be able to start booking stays here again on July 1.

When you walk into this hotel, you'll be mesmerized by the colors, the unique vintage decor, and the fun furniture that makes up the lobby.

By looking at the photos of this spot alone, one might think they would have to dish out loads of cash to stay here, but that's actually not the case.

Rooms can start as low as $149 a night and increase from there depending on which size you choose to stay in.

There are various options to pick from, but the highest number of guests this hotel can sleep is four. Bunking together and splitting costs with three of your closest gal pals will make a stay here that much more affordable.

The decor encompasses what Nashville is all about. Their rooms get creative with different colored walls, photos of various country artists, and floral canopies and guitar-shaped headboards backdropping the beds.

For those who are Dolly Parton fans, there's even a room for you — the "9 to 5 Suite." This ode to Dolly has disco-ball surface ceilings, pink shag rugs, concert posters, vintage memorabilia, a portrait of Dolly, and a king-sized water bed, according to HospitalityNet.

While you're here, you and your gals should visit the unique eateries on site.

To get the day started, you can grab a breakfast sandwich and crafted drink from Poindexter for a quick bite before you hit the town.

Additionally, there's a karaoke bar downstairs that is like an adult Chuck-E-Cheese for a fun night to let loose.

There's also an all-pink rooftop bar coming later this year that'll have a beautiful view of the Nashville skyline. 

Even if you don't stay at this hotel, you might want to add exploring this one-of-a-kind spot to your list of things to do and see. 

The Graduate Nashville 

Price Per Night: $149+, room size depending

Address: 101 20th Ave N., Nashville, TN 

Why You Need To Go: This hotel is the perfect place to stay during a gals weekend in Music City and your pockets will thank you.

These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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