What really goes on behind closed doors when rock ‘n’ roll’s biggest stars are on the road? Who was the first rebel to throw a TV out of a swanky hotel window? In which room did the drugs and hedonism finally get the better of a certain guitar legend? From which bed did John and Yoko stage their peace protest between crisp white sheets? This book peers through the keyholes of the world’s most renowned hotels, revealing their often outrageous relationship with rock’s loveable rogues.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotels is an eye-opening, factual and funny read that lifts the lid on what rock stars get up to after the after-party. Find out where Keith Moon dressed as a cop and handcuffed hotel guests together, through which lobby Led Zeppelin drove their Harley Davidsons and where Alice Cooper ordered mice from room service, for his pet boa constrictor.
This guide reveals all – and puts you in the middle of the action too, with tips on where to be seen on the scene. Think decadence, think debauchery, think duck-down duvets. Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotels is the definitive badboy rock chronicle – and the inspiration for some wild weekends away.