Hotels Where You Can Rock Out Like Your Favorite Artist

Always wanted to become a rockstar, popstar, rapper, or producer? Then look no further! These hotels offer rooms where you can practice your talents, or lack of, in state of the art recording studios. Check out where to go to gain these excellent immersive experiences.

nhow In Berlin

A 5-minute walk from MTV Berlin and Universal music, this is certainly a great hotel for the musically inclined traveler. The brightly decorated chic hotel provides two exceptional additions to the average hotel; a pair of professional recording studios for mixing and producing, and a unique room service experience that allows you to borrow a guitar or keyboard which is delivered to your room free of charge. The hotel’s 304 rooms are the vision of New York designer Karim Rashid, who’s introduced a futuristic look in a pink hue.

Geejam Hotel In Jamaica

This hotel isn’t just stunning, but it is a prime location for music lovers. The deluxe cabins and suites are all named after musical genres e.g. Rocksteady, Ska, and Drum & Bass. Who wants to visit the avocado groves, decades-old fig trees or lounge by the Geejam beach when you can rock out in the hotel’s huge modern studio complex. The likes of Drake, Katy Perry, and Gwen Stefani have been among many artists to do exactly that. There are customizable workspaces and an entire team including an A&R admin, in-house engineer, session musicians, and local performers.

Gold Diggers In Los Angeles

The former rundown Gold Diggers Bar has been transformed into this chic, music-inspired boutique hotel. The room is home to eleven rooms which are styled with graphic wallpaper and painted brick, velvet couches, curated rare books, and Bluetooth Audio Technica turntables, as well as upscale comforts such as 2920 Sleep Mattresses and Malin+Goetz bath products. Behind the development is a transformed warehouse which is home to nine recording studios and a main stage. The hotel also offers a special welcome gift; a limited-edition, seasonally-released vinyl record, which is kindly left on your pillow.