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Inside the New London Hotel Where Rock ’n’ Roll Legends Made History

The Rolling Stones recorded their debut LP on Denmark Street. And now you can sleep (and party!) there, thanks to Chateau Denmark.

Red velvet headboards, gold mirrors with snake designs, and Void sound systems add to the party theme.

Red velvet headboards, gold mirrors with snake designs, and Void sound systems add to the party theme.

Source: Chateau Denmark

Chateau Denmark, a new hotel in London’s Soho, is taking the “party like a rock star” concept to the next level—not just with a location that’s steeped in British rock ’n’ roll history, but also with “maxi” bars, in-room sound systems, drum kits, and movie-worthy interiors that would drop Mick Jagger’s giant jaw.

The hotel, where rooms start at £510 a night ($610), is spread across 16 buildings including listed town houses on one of the most famous streets in British music. The Rolling Stones recorded their debut LP in Regent Sound Studios at 4 Denmark St. The Kinks made a musical tribute with the song Denmark Street. And Bernie Taupin and Elton John wrote Your Song at 20 Denmark St.