There is a Graduate Hotels sale that goes live at 12pm.

The Graduate Hotels is running a 30 hour sale starting tomorrow at 12pm and is offering select rooms for only $30 per night. I'm thinking of rearranging some of our upcoming stays in Midwest cities this summer because of how nice some of their properties look.

Graduate Hotel Providence, RI (image courtesy of Graduate Hotels)
Graduate Hotel Providence, RI (image courtesy of Graduate Hotels)

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Offer valid on online bookings only.
  • Valid on stays from 5/25 – 7/31.
  • Bookings open from 5/25 at 12 p.m. ET – 6 p.m. ET on 5/26.
  • Valid on new reservations only.
  • Not valid on existing reservations or group bookings.
  • Reservation is non-refundable.
  • One reservation per guest, multiple bookings not permitted.
  • Rate excludes taxes, fees or any other applicable charges.
  • Blackout dates may apply and the number of available rooms per day will vary by location and date.
  • Offer may be terminated at any time without notice and is not redeemable for cash or cash back.

Quick Thoughts

Graduate Hotels are a small chain of hotels found in university towns around the US, as well as a couple of properties in England. They have always had good reviews, and they seem to be unique, boutique hotels rather than having a cookie-cutter style.

The Graduate Hotel Providence in Rhode Island was once the Providence Biltmore. It is a short walk to WaterFire.

WaterFire in Providence, RI
WaterFire in Providence, RI

We are not going to be back on the east coast until after Thanksgiving, but there are a couple of Graduate Hotels locations in Midwest cities that have caught my eye, and we will be there over the course of the next couple of months. We have an off-peak category 2 Hyatt Place stay booked in one of the cities, and an off-peak category 2 Airbnb stay booked in another city. If we can get a week-long stay at one or both of the Graduate Hotels properties for only $30 per night before tax, that will be an opportunity too good to pass up.

There are a few things to be aware of. It is valid on stays through the end of July. It's not a huge loss if you only book one or two nights, because you won't want to make speculative reservations, which are non-refundable.

The sale only lasts for 30 hours, but with only limited rooms being available at the $30 price point, you'll want to be ready to book at 12pm.


Are you going to take advantage of this sale? Which hotel are you interested in?