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Dolly Parton's home on wheels turned into $10,000 hotel suite
Dolly Parton’s iconic, colorful tour bus available for overnight stay at Dollywood
FOX Business’ Madison Alworth hops on the Dolly Suite 1986 tour bus experience, where a two-night stay will cost guests $10,000.
Calling all Dolly Parton fans: If you’re looking to rest your head after working from "9 to 5," why not do it in the icon's "most recent personal sanctuary?"
Parton’s colorful tour bus – where she spent over 15 years traveling the country – is now available for a minimum two-night stay at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort & Spa and costs a pretty penny, starting at an eye-popping $10,000.
"All of the profits from every stay are going to go directly to Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, which has given more than 200 million books to kids all around the world since 1995," Dollywood spokesperson Jennifer Webb told FOX Business’ Madison Alworth on "Mornings with Maria" Tuesday.
Originally designed by Dolly and her sisters, the tour bus was acquired by the hotel in March and offers a behind-the-scenes look into the legendary country singer’s life on the road, as well as the intimate spaces where she wrote dozens of songs and worked on numerous hit projects, a website description states.
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"‘Backwoods Barbie,’ ‘9 to 5: The Musical,’ those are going to be some that fans recognize," Webb noted. "But really, anything that she's done in the last 15 years, you can bet she probably wrote and worked on, on this bus."