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Graduate Bloomington is letting fans of the show immerse themselves in the world of Eleven, Will, Mike, Dustin, and co. with a stay in the ’80s-inspired “Stranger Things” suite. Featuring iconic decor and plenty of hidden Easter eggs, it’s certainly one way to get excited for the much-anticipated fourth season—with Volume One landing on Netflix on May 27.
Designed to mimic Joyce Byers’ living room, the suite features floral wallpaper, a pull-out sofa bed with crocheted throw pillows and blankets, and, of course, alphabet Christmas lights (that seem to have a mind of their own.)
Next door, head into Wheeler’s basement where you’ll find wood-paneled walls and Eleven’s den; the perfect place to start up a game of Dungeons & Dragons. To help you really get into the spirit of things, grab your oversized walkie talkies and put on Will Byers’ purple wizard cloak.
To really give you the Hawkins, Indiana experience, each stay in the “Stranger Things” suite includes The Upside Down Experience Package. Snap some photos and make some memories with a Polaroid camera to use during your trip and hop on your bikes and explore the city—you’ll even get two tickets to the WonderLab Science Museum. And what “Stranger Things” experience would be complete without Eleven’s favorite snack: Hopper’s Triple Decker Eggo Extravaganza.
The suite also includes complimentary Wi-Fi and a safe, but if you fancy a binge watch during your stay, it’s worth noting that the “Stranger Things” suite does not have a television—so remember to bring your laptop or tablet with you.
Graduate Hotels is a collection of hotels ideally located in university-driven towns across the U.S. and U.K. The “Stranger Things” suite is available to book now, starting at $329 per night.