5 delirious hotels for music lovers

An online accommodation booking site offers you the opportunity to discover five establishments that will awaken everyone’s artistic spirit.

Andaz West Hollywood – a Concept by Hyatt, Los Angeles, United States

Located only 5 minutes walk from the hustle and bustle of the Sunset Strip, Andaz West Hollywood – a Concept by Hyatt hotel follows the footsteps of icons such as Led Zeppelin, Jim Morrison and Keith Richards. If, in the 1970s, this establishment had a very rock’n’ roll reputation, today it shines more for its modern restaurant that offers Californian cuisine based on seasonal products as well as for its chic bar where visitors can enjoy signature cocktails. It was also the site of the shooting of the film “Almost Famous”, which took place in the early 1970s and tells the story of a young journalist who is following a music band for Rolling Stone magazine.

You can find and book this hotel online on Findhotel.net.

nhow Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Located on the banks of the Spree, only 5 minutes walk from MTV Berlin and Universal Music headquarters, nhow Berlin is the first European hotel to combine music and design with its 2 professional recording studios. Travellers will be able to borrow the available electric guitars for free and will even have the possibility to bring a DJ to mix directly in their room! Every week, the hotel also hosts concerts and DJ sets that allow guests to immerse themselves in the famous techno atmosphere that characterizes the German capital.

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, Montreal, Canada

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is an elegant hotel located in the heart of Montreal. The famous John Lennon/Yoko Ono suite hosted the performance “Bed-in for Peace” in 1969, but also the composition and recording of the title “Give Peace a Chance”. Today, this luxurious accommodation can accommodate up to 4 people and offers a virtual reality experience as well as many surprises.

BackStage Hotel, Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Located in Amsterdam, 2 minutes from the famous Paradiso, Sugarfactory and Melkweg concert halls, this unique hotel features equipment and decorative elements straight from the world of music. Its welcoming staff provides information about the concerts planned in the area with great pleasure and guests can grab one of the guitars hanging on the wall to improvise a solo or an ox with friends. Other venues such as Amsterdam ArenA, Ziggo Dome and Heineken Music Hall are 30 minutes away by public transport.

Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco, United States

The Phoenix Hotel is an establishment whose history has been marked by music. This boutique hotel with its offbeat style is located in San Francisco, at the intersection of the Tenderloin, Civic Center and Little Saigon districts. Close to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and the Great American Music Hall, this establishment welcomes great names in music such as David Bowie, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and REM. The outdoor part consists of sculptures and other original works of art as well as an outdoor swimming pool. iPod docking stations are available in each room. Even today, the Phoenix Hotel is still a meeting place for musicians and other artists. They mingle with intrepid travellers who are looking for a pleasant stay in the heart of San Francisco.

The top 10 musics that make you want to travel far!

Because music is often an integral part of the journey, here is a short playlist that will take you far, very far, while staying there… or not!

To the Top 1 music to decide! Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash

In second place, to dream of adventure… Hard Sun – Eddie Vedder

The third piece to visualize yourself at the top! Porcelain – Moby

It’s time to take the Hurricane Road – Bob Dylan

And where are we going to sleep tonight? This is The Life – Amy McDonald

Sixth step freedom!! Yes!!!! I’m Like a Bird – Nelly Furtado

For the nostalgic No Surprises – Radiohead

And for those who want to hear what they understand! Wind Daughter – Keny Arkana

And finally for those who go to meet their lovers at the end of the world Lucky – Jason Mraz

And what are the sounds that make you want to go far away? And where? Où je vais? – La rue Ketanou