The Hotel Dylan Opens for Business in Woodstock

From hawking cars to having his name on a hotel

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.