The Hotel Dylan Opens for Business in Woodstock
Lodging includes "The Band Suite," "The Jimi" and "The Hippie Chick" rooms
There's The Hotel California and The Morrison Hotel, and now there's The Hotel Dylan, according to a new report in No Depression.
Located in Woodstock, New York, the hotel is a converted restaurant that features themed rooms that adopt the names of various musicians that took part in the 1969 Woodstock music festival. Turntables are a standard part of the decor, with vinyl available at the front desk for guests to check out. Vintage rock photography also abounds, turning The Hotel Dylan into a wonderful respite for fans longing for what many consider to be rock's greatest era.
Aug. 18, 7:35 a.m. This post has been rewritten and updated with proper sourcing.