PBR Fans Will Want To Stay In This Beer-Themed Motel

Though there are plenty of run-of-the-mill hotels and motels that could serve as perfectly fine accommodations for a trip, sometimes you want a little something different, something with a bit more personality. There are reasons why spaces with a special twist, such as the nostalgia-packed Airbnb, complete with "Saved by the Bell" replica props that had '90s television fans racing to Dallas to enjoy a bowl of cereal, continue to attract visitors.

If you are looking for a unique place to stay and happen to be a fan of Pabst Blue Ribbon, there is a uniquely themed motel you will not want to miss. As reported in the Traverse City Record-Eagle, PBR, in the midst of yet another surprising beer brand comeback, partnered with a Traverse City, Michigan motel to create a one-of-a-kind experience. While the entire motel has not been taken over by brews, "Pabst: The Place" consists of three rooms within the Grand Traverse Motel that have been transformed with a retro feel.

Each of the rooms has a distinct look and style, with PBR memorabilia and signage scattered throughout. The Grand Traverse Motel offers a sneak peek inside the room options, as well as some more details as to what each offers.

What's inside the three themed rooms

Rather than simply sticking beer cans and old signs in regular rooms, the collaboration between Pabst Blue Ribbon and the motel yielded three distinctive spots, according to WCRZ.

The first is the Dive Bar Room, which features its own bar area and jukebox. Christmas lights decorate the walls for ambience. And, of course, there's nothing quite like a dive bar bathroom, which they have tried to recreate with walls covered in record sleeves, stickers on the toilet, and multicolored tiles stretching along the sink and wall.

You can also revisit your younger years in the Arcade Room, which contains a variety of working games, including a claw machine that dispenses PBR cans. There is memorabilia in the bathroom with ticket prices on them — to bring you back to those days of saving up earned game tickets to trade in for some tiny prize — and the bed has two basketball hoops mounted high on the headboard, transforming it from a place to rest into a zone for flexing your pop-a-shot skills.

Finally, those interested in a more mellow vacation may like the Rec Room — a vintage dream with shag carpet, retro-patterned wallpaper and fixtures, as well as a foosball table and an assortment of board games.

As per the Record-Eagle, interested guests must book a two-night stay in order to enjoy the experience.