Ever wondered how the free-spirited yet glamorous Dolly Parton lived life on the road? You can be one of the first to stay overnight on her actual one-of-a-kind tour bus. But it’ll cost you.
The tour bus, known as Suite 1986 at Dollywood DreamMore Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, is taking reservations.
Guests must drop $10,000 for a two-night stay in the colorful, cozy space that’s full of Dolly’s belongings and custom amenities, from a sparkly guitar to a cabinet for her many wigs.
“(I) decided to retire it because I wasn’t touring that much anymore and it just was sitting there,” Parton told the USA TODAY Network. “And I thought this could be put to really good use.”
Got the cash to be the first guest? A portion of the proceeds from every stay will be donated to the Dollywood Foundation and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
“If you’ve got money — and a lot of people do — they just want to experience that,” Parton said.
What is Dolly’s Suite 1986 like inside?
The 45-foot bus includes a couch, kitchen, dining table, two separate toilets, a tub and a large bedroom. It’s full of warm colors, cozy pillows, fresh flowers and quite a few sparkles.