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We purchased a Graduate Hotels Hall Pass, a pass that allows you to stay at any Graduate Hotels property any night during the month of July. Follow us on a fast-paced road trip throughout the United States to see if we can get the most of out the Hall Pass.

Graduate Hall Pass Superlatives

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When we were lucky enough to score a Graduate Hotels Hall Pass for July, 2021, we knew we wanted to take full advantage of securing a month’s worth of 4-star hotel stays for $500. We planned a cross-country drive starting in Southern California and headed to New York City before turning around again and heading back – this time towards Northern California.

Google Maps July 2021
Google Maps July 2021

We stayed in King Rooms at every Graduate property we visited. They also offer Queen Rooms and accessible versions of each. Some of them even have suites.

Which was our favorite?

This is the number one question we get asked once we tell people we went to 15 hotels in one month. And unfortunately, we don’t have a very satisfying answer! With 15 hotels in 15 different locations, it just leaves you with too many factors to compare. There were obviously locations we liked better and they didn’t necessarily correspond with the hotels we liked best. Overall, our favorite was probably Seattle. It just edged out Roosevelt Island, New York as our favorite location because the weather in July was simply more pleasant there. The room was nice and the view was almost as cool as New York’s!

But, as far as the hotels themselves, there were overall designs I liked a lot better than Seattle’s. My favorite overall design theme was probably Nashville, but the customer service there was awful! Like, so much so that I would suggest just going in to look at the lobby and not pay $220+ a night to get treated like a stale fart.

So, we decided to give you some of the pros and cons we had for each. Our Graduate Superlatives, if you will:


Graduate Tuscon

Emily at Graduate Tucson cactus lamp

Best Lamp – if you saw all of our Instagram Posts (also pictured in this blog post), you can tell that each Graduate property has its own unique theming, eclectic style, and sublime pattern mixing. This usually included a signature lamp, and Tucson had our favorite in the form of a cactus.

Best Shower – this shower just ticked all of our boxes. It was gorgeous, spacious, and already so colorful that we didn’t feel bad washing our vibrant hair in it!

Best with Pets – all Graduate Hotel properties are pet friendly, but Tucson was the only one to go above and beyond with treat and a frisbee for Elvis upon check in!


Graduate Fayetteville

Emily at Graduate Fayetteville pattern mixing

Best Pattern Mixing – first of all, Alex did not agree with me. He could not get past the camouflage carpet. And, while I am not a camo fan either, I have to applaud this boldness in pattern mixing. It’s not for everyone, but someone made me very happy with their choices.

Best Pool – the pool here was the biggest one we saw at any property (they are all pretty small) and it was the coolest because it was half indoor and half outdoor! You could swim under a window and be outside.

Best use of Neon – we saw a lot of neon in the Graduate decor across the country. But none held a cold cathode gas discharge to Fayetteville’s display in the lobby.

Cons – there were some taxidermy animals used as decor, and we just aren’t personally big fans of that.


Graduate Oxford

Emily Graduate Oxford

Best Parking – this was the only Graduate property that had their own surface level parking lot (not garage) that was entirely self-parking and entirely free. The lot was very big and there was lots of room for loading and unloading so valet or bell service is not even needed. This was the only property that did not charge us for parking.

Cons – this was one of the few rooms we stayed in that had a “beverage cooler” instead of a mini fridge. We didn’t really understand why because it was the same size as a fridge, but it didn’t get as cold.

Watch our complete hotel walkthrough video on YouTube:


Graduate Nashville

Emily Graduate Nashville

Best Overall Theming – when you are greeted by a tufted yarn portrait of Minnie Pearl when you walk in the lobby, and a shrine of Dolly Parton above your bed when you walk in the room, it leaves quite an impression. Add drapes that match my dress and my eyes start dancing. Every inch of the decor throughout the hotel was dripping in the perfect balance of decadence and diversion.

Cons – they know they have created the perfect hotel and they are resting on there laurels! The staff cannot be bothered by you. Please stop bothering them. You are positively boring and stupid and doing everything wroooong…. ughhhhh. Look, I am not even a mother and every employee here felt like my teenage child. They did everything from condescending us to flat out ignoring us. The valet was horribly disorganized and slow and then had the nerve to try to charge $40 a night to park our car in the employee lot rather than the secured garage. Also, they gave us a hard time for having too much luggage. I’ve never felt so judged in my life. But god this hotel is soooooo cooooool and I guess I’m not nearly as cool as I thought I was!

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Graduate Knoxville

Emily Graduate Knoxville

Best Bar – almost all of the Graduates we visited had a bar as unique as everything else about them. This one surprisingly had our favorite. It was a surprise because it did not seem like something we would like. And really the best part of this whole experience was being forced to try things we probably wouldn’t have otherwise chosen to do. Otherwise I guarantee you we would not have ended up in Knoxville in the first place.

The bar here is called Saloon 16, and it is not only a dedicated shrine to Peyton Manning, it is his own creation! He was responsible for the decor as well as developing and naming everything on the food and drink menu. We would consider ourselves whatever the polar opposite of football fans are… but let me tell you, it did not matter. Everything about Saloon 16 made you feel like Peyton’s personal guest in Knoxville and that was pretty cool. We found this all out because we had a great conversation with our absolutely wonderful server there. Thank you Saloon 16!

Best Bed – the bed here had the firmest mattress, which is more to our personal taste. But, I have gone on too long about Peyton Manning at this point…


Graduate Richmond

Graduate Richmond Exterior

Biggest Room with best layout for working – this room was the biggest we had out of all 15. Since we got King Rooms everywhere, a lot of the time it felt like the bed took up most of the space and there was no room around it. This room in Richmond had tons of space and a nice layout where you could even walk around the desk. 

Biggest gym – we used the gym in every property we stayed at and 13 out of 15 of them were laughably small. Richmond was the biggest gym by far, followed by Oxford. The rest were full of great equipment, but too small. 

Other good things – there is free street parking on weekends, a game room, and a rooftop pool and bar. 

Cons – the rooftop bar was way too crowded for comfort. The good and bad thing about some of these hotels are that they are some of the coolest places in the towns they are in. And, since anyone can go to the bars, they are sometimes overly crowded or hard to get into for hotel guests. 


Graduate Roosevelt Island

Elvis Roosevelt Island window skyline view

Best View – I mean, c’mon. This hotel is on an Island right in the middle of the East River, so you will get an amazing view of either Manhattan (pictured) or Queens. We all loved this view the best – including our little dog Elvis.

Best towels – yes, you really start to notice these things when you stay in hotels for more than two weeks. The towels here were fluffy and the towels everywhere else were scratchier. This may be because this is one of the newest properties to open and it had only been open a month when we were there.

The newness was a pro and a con. Obviously new means bright, shiny, and clean. But, it also means they haven’t worked out the kinks. The staff had not been fully trained. One of them didn’t know what the room rate was and another told us they would bring a microwave right up to our room. After about 30 minutes of waiting on a microwave, we called back to find out that there isn’t a single microwave in the entire building. But, the staff were super friendly and polite so it wasn’t that big of a deal.

Major CON – this is the only property we visited that did not offer free coffee to guests. It is also the most expensive, so what are you charging me $4 to pour me a cup of regular-ass coffee?


Graduate State College

Emily Graduate State College
Emily in King Room – we moved this chair from across the room for this photo!

Best Hallway – These hotels are themed right down to the hallways, and State College had the best one. It had wallpaper that looked like a library shelf and it was repeated up and down the entire corridor. It made it feel like a dimly lit academic labyrinth and that felt very on brand for the milder half of my personality.

Cons – this property was under major construction when we stayed and it was not disclosed before we booked. The air conditioners were barely working anywhere. We couldn’t even use the gym because it had no A/C. Also, the walls here were paper thin.

Graduate State College Hallway
Hallways in Graduate State College

Graduate Cincinnati

Emily and Alex King Room Graduate Cincinnati

Most Fun Decor – the designers of the Graduate Cincinnati invented a new oxymoronic style I will dub “contemporary nostalgia.” Everything in the lobby and common areas here reminded me of another time in my life and made me feel like I was re-living it in the present.

Cons – the A/C vent is way to close to the thermostat. Now, this is one that never would have occurred to us to even think about before we lived this month in hotel rooms. Hotel rooms are small spaces, and when the thermostat is right above where the A/C blasts out, it is never going to be able to read the true temp of the room. The room never got very cool… except that corner.


Graduate Bloomington

Elvis Graduate Cincinnati King Room
Elvis took the hot seat this time.

Prettiest College Campus – Graduate Hotels call themselves Graduate because they are all on- or very near – college campuses. The romanesque and gothic revival styles of the buildings on campus made me feel like it may be time to look into the PhD in Art History just so I could enroll. I mean, they have their own art museum and gallery on campus!

Indiana University Rose Well House Kissing Gazebo
Emily and Alex at Indiana University’s Rose Well House “Kissing Gazebo”

Graduate Iowa City

Emily Graduate Iowa City King Room

Best Welcome – the staff at Iowa City gave us the nicest welcome. They were so excited we had a hall pass and wanted to hear about everywhere we had been. They had even prepared a special welcome package for us when we got to the room which included a reusable water bottle, a drink sleeve, and some treats! They invited us to come chat with them at the front desk anytime. So sweet.

Cons – nothing to do with the hotel, but I was simply so tired from driving that I slept all day the one day we were here and you can see by the photo how much trouble I had getting up and going the next day. I literally don’t even have any further photos of this room or building!


Graduate Lincoln

Emily and Alex Graduate Lincoln King Room

Best curtains – let me clearly absolve Alex of this declaration by stating that he does not agree with me. He argues that he saw so much corn driving through the American mid-west that he now hates it in all forms. But, I think if you are Lincoln, Nebraska you just lean into that and put huge a graphic corn print on your curtains and on the bathroom wallpaper.


Graduate Seattle

Alex window view of Graduate Seattle skyline

Best Location – we love cities. We love the ocean. So, any city near the coast automatically has our attention. We also loved New York, but as mentioned at the beginning of this post, Seattle just has much more pleasant weather in July.

We also love seafood and coffee and cider and, well, Seattle has really good options for all of these things in abundance.

Best Hotel Room Layout – The King Room at the Graduate here was pretty spacious and was the only one with a little hallway from the front door. The bathroom and closet were off the hallway, so it felt a bit like a tiny apartment.

Best Floors – we also liked the big black and white tile floors here. New York also had hard floors, but the rest had carpet. We were not sure if this was a pet-friendly room thing or standard.

Cons – you could hear your neighbors through the walls. Maybe because of the tile floors. But it was loud and clear. Luckily, we didn’t have neighbors until our last day and they did not keep odd hours. I think we actually woke them up by getting up at 6am. Whoops!


Graduate Eugene

Emily Graduate Eugene

Worst Overall – I think I am still mad. Granted, just look at this photo. I am clearly past the point of exhaustion. I had driven about 6,000 miles by the time we stopped in Eugene for one night. First order of business when we got to town was going to the laundromat. You can begin to see why this was not our favorite stop.

Then, Graduate tried to charge me $19 to self park in their garage that wasn’t even secure. There was no gate at the entry and when we went to leave, the gate was raised. When I asked why I paid $19 for parking as a paying hotel guest when clearly anyone off the street could come get free parking they did not have a great answer for me so I got refunded.

I wish I could remember anything else from Eugene other than my sleepy blind rage. I guess this couch was cute… and we had clean laundry.


Graduate Berkeley

Emily in Haunted King Room at Graduate Berkeley

Most Haunted – it may just seem like we are running out of superlatives, but I’m not kidding. There was a ghost in here. I even took this photo as a dramatic interpretation of the events for this blog.

Alex can sometimes feel the presence spirits and he confirmed it in the hallway before we even entered the room. I felt creeped out before he even said anything for some reason.

Well, the first night I felt something touch me. Like, it kind of tried to hug me maybe. It felt like a large dog or a small human putting its weight on me. I then had sleep paralysis for a bit and once I could move again I was chilled to the bone. After about 30 minutes of being terrified, I convinced myself the pressure I felt was just gas and I went back to sleep.

The next night ghosty came back and kept sitting on the edge of the bed. When I would wake up and move my feet, they would go away for a while. But, then I would feel the edge of the bed dip again. And this time I was so hot! Finally, I pushed the covers down and the ceiling fan above the bed started rocking so bad it made a noise that woke Alex up.

Cons – haunted as f**k.


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Was the $500 Hall Pass for a month of Graduate Hotel Rooms really a good deal?

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Ummm…yes. Yes, it was still an insanely good deal for a month’s worth of hotel rooms at a 4-star hotel. I don’t think that answer necessarily surprised anyone, did it? We all kind of knew that the lodgings would be an outrageous deal for the month. But, I think you are all a bit more curious about how much it really cost us given that we basically drove across the country and back to make it to 15 out of the 30 Graduate Hotel properties open in the United States.

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How much did we really spend?

Total for the entire trip was $5886.88.

You may happen to remember in January when we went on a cross-country road trip where we stopped in Texas and New Orleans before we drove to Florida and spent 10 days at Walt Disney World (link below).

I love this comparison because you can see that we only spent $568.65 more on this month-long trip! Obviously, there are a lot of factors differ between a Disney trip and this one. And this one would have cost tons more if we had to pay full-price for our lodgings. But, it’s a fun comparison to me nonetheless!


Here is how it breaks down (scroll to see full chart on mobile):

Lodging Gas/Fuel (approx. 7,000 miles)Meals/Drinks outGroceries (includes snacks on the road)Transportation (Metro, Cabs, Scooters)Activities OutSouvenirsOil changes
2181.441068.511529.99701.40132.368078.22114.96
Total cost $5886.88

You may look at the lodging tab and realizing it does not say “$500, the end”. That is because the lodging tab includes the $500 we paid for the Graduate Hotels Hall Pass, but also any hotel fees like pet fees, parking and tax. With each stay, we still had to pay the room tax, and any applicable sales tax. We also had to pay $25 a night for Elvis to stay with us. (So, if we didn’t have a dog we could have saved $725). And almost every hotel had an additional parking fee. We only scored free street parking in two places. In some cases it was cheaper to pay for street parking than to pay for hotel parking/valet. For instance, in New York, we parked at a garage 0.75 miles away for $24 a day instead of paying the $60 a night for valet parking at the hotel.

For gas, there is really no way to decide that you are going to spend more or less money on it. You just have to pay the price it is when you need it. Our one tip for gas, though, is to never go below half a tank when making a long drive. Technically, this does not mean you are spending less money, but it does make it feel like you are spending less money every time you fill up. It is cheating your brain, I know. But, I feel better when I see a total on the screen that is closer to $20 than $40. And also, this tip has the added benefit of meaning that you never feel stressed about running out of gas. If there isn’t a station in the next 60 miles, you won’t have to freak out.

In this chart, I separated what we spent on meals out and what we spent on groceries. If you combine them, you can see that at $2,231.39, this is the largest portion of the expenses and where we failed the most 😂. I joke. But, I only say that because I never intended to spend so much on food out. We were really good about just eating sandwiches and snacks from the cooler on the road, but I really expected to do more meals in the room. Being on the road as much as we were, it is no surprise that we relied on takeout and restaurants more than planned.

As you can see, we didn’t spend a lot on activities or extra transportation since we already had a car. We really tried to do free things, or make our outings and activities meal or drink experiences. The $80 spent on activities was $14 for admission to the Edgar Allen Poe Museum (Richmond, Virginia) and $66 for the American Museum of Natural History (New York City). The bulk of the $132.36 spent on transportation is from Metro Cards and one cab ride in New York. We also rented a few Bird scooters to get around once, but we didn’t even use all the credits we paid for!

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What would it have cost at full-price?

If we would have paid full-price for these hotels stays… well, we personally would not have been on this trip! But, in all seriousness, it would have cost about $4426 instead of $500 for the rooms alone. Add fees and parking and that lodging tab would read $6100! That would have brought the grand total of the trip to $9805! And, as much fun as we had, we both agree that we would not pay almost $10k to drive around the country like mad people.

Would we do it again?

Yes and no. Yes, we would *adds to cart* that Hall Pass as soon as we could get our little phalanges pried off of the steering wheel. No, we would not drive across the country and visit 15 properties. We had fun during our self-imposed “nomad boot camp,” but it was fast-paced and whirlwind. If we did this again, we would pick maybe 4-6 locations to focus on.

A screenshot of our July activity from Google telling us how far we drove in the month of July

At the end of July, Google sent Alex this snapshot of our activity for the month (left). You can see how we started in Southern California on July 1 and ended up back in Northern California on July 31. It is kind of unbelievable. We also walked 55 miles! That one mile on a bicycle must have been when we rented those Bird scooters!

You can see a full list of all the Graduate Hotel locations we visited on this blog post.

Also, how did my doodle from the last post hold up to the real route Google just showed us? Pretty good, I’d say

This was my rendering of what our route would look like for the month of July.
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Graduate Hotels Hall Pass

US Road Trip – July, 2021

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We purchased a Graduate Hotels Hall Pass! What is that? Well, the extremely popular, super-speedy-selling-out Hall Pass was a $500 pass to stay at any Graduate Hotel property any night in the month of July. Oh course, there are terms and conditions like having to book all of your stays in advance, only five consecutive nights at any one property, some properties not available on weekends, etc. But, with 30 absolutely unique and beautiful locations within the US to choose from, OMG WHAT A DEAL!

Graduate Hotels are located in university towns across the country (with two even in the UK!). The properties pay homage to the local area are curated to showcase the spirit of each community. The decor aims to provide a sense of nostalgia to those visiting their alma mater and a sense of curiosity to those new to town. The interior design of these hotels is enough in itself to make me drive across the country.

Graduate Tucson
Graduate Tucson

So, we decided to join the frenzy to try to secure a Hall Pass when they went on sale in June. Hall Passes sold out within an hour, so sadly this deal will not be available by the time of this post. However, this is the second year the hotel chain has offered the Hall Pass. The promotion started in 2019, and each Hall Pass was $400 then! For obvious reasons, the Pass was not offered in 2020, but here’s hoping they will do this again next summer. Just be sure to visit graduatehotels.com and sign up for email updates.

When the Passes launched, the Graduate Hotels website had some major technical difficulties. After the online countdown ended, the site got stuck in a fatal loop refresh. I really thought “oh well, it’s not meant to be”. I knew they would sell out fast and I really thought we only had about a 50/50 chance anyway. But, thanks to someone on Instagram who literally cracked the [computer] code, I was able to obtain a direct link to purchase a Hall Pass and it worked!

Graduate Oxford
Graduate Oxford

Once we had the pass secured, we wanted to immediately begin booking our stays before the hotels filled up. They only sell a limited amount of Hall Passes, so naturally, they only allow a certain amount of rooms to be booked under the Pass per night, per property. So, naturally, my dentist called with a last-minute cancellation and I had been trying to get in before we left.

We knew going in that if we were going to do this, we were going to treat it like a challenge in a way. We wanted to visit as many properties/cities and use our entire month of included lodging. Our plan of action was to make sure we spent at least three nights at the properties we were the most excited about – Nashville, Annapolis, New York, and Seattle. And then, we would fill in the rest with stops along the way. But, due to the dentist delay, we missed out on booking Annapolis. But, other than that, we got everything we wanted!

So, here is the trajectory we ended up with:

A visual trajectory of our trip. don’t worry, we will drive on actual highways!
Graduate Fayetteville
Graduate Fayetteville

It is going to be a fast-paced trip for sure. We did try to find a balance between seeing a much as we can and giving ourselves some down time to work and play. Some places are going to be one-night stays on the way and we may only have time to check out the hotel and get a cup of coffee or a meal. I’m sure that does not mean we will find them any less interesting. We are definitely going to end up in some places we never would have gone to otherwise, which is very cool!

Graduate Hotels are super pet-friendly, so we are able to bring our dog, Elvis, with no concerns. However, we will have to pay an additional pet fee of $25 a night. The pet fee brings our total from $500 for a full months of lodging to $1225. This is still an amazing deal considering that the rooms we were able to book would have a going rate of around $4500 to $6500 if we paid full price for 29 days including the pet fees. Plus, $1225 is less than our monthly bills were at home before we sold the house!

Graduate Nashville
Graduate Nashville

Wait, Emily, you said 29 days and there are 31 days in July… Well, as you can see from the map, there is a long way between Tucson, AZ and Fayetteville, AR (about 18 hours) and between Lincoln, NE and Seattle, WA (about 24 hours). So, those nights we will not be staying at a Graduate property since there are none in between those destinations.

Obviously, there will be other expenses, including gas and food, but we feel like this is a seriously good deal and a fun way to see some cities we may have never seen otherwise! You can expect a blog post, Instagram post, and a YouTube video for each property we stay at. We will keep you up to date on how it goes, if we think it was worth it, and how much we saved with the Hall Pass! (Visit the blog post linked below to see how much we spent on the entire trip).

Graduate Tucson

Graduate Tucson

With a stay at Graduate Tucson in Tucson (West University), you’ll be within a 5-minute drive of University of Arizona and Tucson Convention Center. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.


Graduate Fayetteville

Graduate Fayetteville

With a stay at Graduate Fayetteville, you’ll be centrally located in Fayetteville, steps from Fayetteville Downtown Square and Fayetteville Town Center. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Fayetteville? This hotel has facilities measuring 12000 square feet (1115 square meters), including conference space. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


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Graduate Oxford

Graduate Oxford

With a stay at Graduate Oxford, you’ll be centrally located in Oxford, within a 5-minute drive of University of Mississippi and Rowan Oak. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. This hotel has 3 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.


Graduate Nashville

Graduate Nashville

With a stay at Graduate Nashville in Nashville (West End), you’ll be steps from Nashville Broadway and Vanderbilt University. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. This hotel has 6 meeting rooms available for events.


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Graduate Knoxville

Graduate Knoxville

With a stay at Graduate Knoxville in Knoxville (Downtown Knoxville), you’ll be a 4-minute walk from University of Tennessee and 9 minutes by foot from Neyland Stadium. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Knoxville? This hotel has 2370 square feet (220 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room.


Graduate Richmond

Graduate Richmond

With a stay at Graduate Richmond, you’ll be centrally located in Richmond, within a 10-minute walk of VCU Institute for Contemporary Art and Altria Theater. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and ATM/banking services.


Graduate Roosevelt Island

Graduate Roosevelt Island

When you stay at Graduate Roosevelt Island in New York, you’ll be in the historical district, a 1-minute drive from Roosevelt Island and 8 minutes from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


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Graduate State College

Graduate State College

A stay at Graduate State College places you in the heart of State College, within a 5-minute drive of Pennsylvania State University and Palmer Museum of Art. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in State College? This hotel has facilities measuring 3957 square feet (368 square meters), including conference space. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


Graduate Cincinnati

Graduate Cincinnati

With a stay at Graduate Cincinnati, you’ll be centrally located in Cincinnati, within a 5-minute drive of Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Burnet Campus. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Cincinnati? This hotel has facilities measuring 23000 square feet (2137 square meters), including a conference center. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


Graduate Bloomington

Graduate Bloomington

Graduate Bloomington is in the heart of Bloomington, within a 10-minute walk of Monroe County Courthouse and Indiana University Bloomington. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. This hotel has 6 meeting rooms available for events. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


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Graduate Iowa City

Graduate Iowa City

With a stay at Graduate Iowa City, you’ll be centrally located in Iowa City, within a 5-minute drive of University of Iowa and University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Iowa City? This hotel has facilities measuring 9070 square feet (843 square meters), including conference space. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


Graduate Lincoln

Graduate Lincoln

With a stay at Graduate Lincoln, you’ll be centrally located in Lincoln, within a 10-minute walk of Lied Center and Sheldon Museum of Art. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Lincoln? This hotel has facilities measuring 14082 square feet (1308 square meters), including conference space. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.


Graduate Seattle

Graduate Seattle

With a stay at Graduate Seattle in Seattle (University District), you’ll be steps from Neptune Theater and 3 minutes by foot from University of Washington. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Seattle? This hotel has facilities measuring 5073 square feet (471 square meters), including conference space.


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Graduate Eugene

Graduate Eugene

With a stay at Graduate Eugene, you’ll be centrally located in Eugene, steps from Hult Center for Performing Arts and 6 minutes by foot from McDonald Theatre. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Planning an event in Eugene? This hotel has facilities measuring 30000 square feet (2787 square meters), including a conference center. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).


Graduate Berkeley

Graduate Berkeley

With a stay at Graduate Berkeley, you’ll be centrally located in Berkeley, steps from University of California, Berkeley and within a 10-minute walk of Zellerbach Playhouse. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Berkeley? This hotel has facilities measuring 2088 square feet (194 square meters), including conference space. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.