Five of the Best rock suites …

For the latest edition of  our ‘Five of the Best’ series, it is time to celebrate all that is music! Pull out your guitars and step up to the microphone as we take a look at five of the best rock suites!

Rock & Roll suite at Shangri-La Santa Monica

Pull on your studded jeans and tie on a bandana as you step into the Rock & Roll Suite at the Hotel Shangri-La situated along the sandy beaches of Santa Monica. Step into the chic atmospheric room and be provided with panoramic views of the beautiful ocean and Santa Monica Pier.

‘Don’t stop me now’ because i am having a REALLY good time! At least I would be if I was spending a night in the Freddie Mercury suite at Fairmont Le Montreux Palace in Switzerland. Be welcomed into a stunning one bedroom suite with luxurious contemporary décor with seperate living and dining areas. Feel like a rock star and enjoy the bubbles…not the champagne but the Jacuzzi sitting in the spacious bathroom!

Quincy Jones Suite at Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Switzerland
The Quincy Jones Suite at Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Switzerland is named after the legendary musician and producer who visits the resort every year during the Montreux Jazz Festival.

Quincy Jones Suite at Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Switzerland

It offers one bedroom and a separate living room along with a Bang & Olufson stereo system including CD’s of the artist’s music. The lavish marble bathroom has a Jacuzzi, and the interior is decorated with photos of the music legend. Two private terraces allow guests to soak in the inspiring views of Lake Geneva and the Alps.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono Squite at Fairmont Queen Elizabeth, Montreal
Just ‘Imagine‘ what it would be like to stay in the Executive suite that was the site of the legendary 1969 “Bed-in for Peace”, where the song “Give Peace a Chance” was composed and recorded.

The John Lennon and Yoko Ono Suite at Fairmont the Queen Elizabeth, Montreal can accommodate up to two people and offers a living room and bedroom which both feature memorabilia composed of press articles, framed gold records and pictures of the famous couple.

Tony Bennett Suite at Fairmont San Francisco
In December 1961, Tony Bennett took to the stage of the The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel’s famed Venetian Room and performed his version of “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” for the first time. The famed Diplomat Suite, Bennett’s favourite “home away from home,” is now dedicated to giving guests a one-of-a kind opportunity to experience luxurious accommodation inspired by the world-renowned performer. The spacious suite is situated on the 22nd floor of the hotel’s Tower Building and includes breath-taking views of the City and Bay.

Contributor: Guy Hough

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