Bob Dylan inspired hotel starts in New York

A Bob Dylan life inspired hotel recently kicked off in Woodstock in New York – only a few kilometers from where the classical singer used to tape on Route 28 with Band and close to the namesake fest which took place there the year 1969.
The property, dubbed as The Hotel Dylan, is the brainchild of Paul Covello, the owner as well as noted New York base architects Cortney and Robert Novogratz. This place features a pavilion along with a peace sign for “o” in “Hotel” and has 2 stories of rooms named for music artists linked with the region and Woodstock festival.
Name of the rooms include “The Roadies,” “The Jimi,” “The Hippie Chick” and “The Van.”  The biggest room in the hotel is named “The Band Suite.” Each room comes fitted out with a Crosley turntable, as well as the hotel offers vinyl at the desk for people to use.
Describing the rooms, Covello stated that they are bohemian sophistication — a great vibe, crisp and clean. The space features snaps of music artists who lived once and still live in the region and Native American artwork, catching the history of the place as well as the native people who thought the mountains were their spiritual home. Now, there are also plans for gastropub. Hotel Dylan started its business on 15th June. Present rates ranges from US$ 189 – US$ 289 per night depending on size as well as time of week.

A Bob Dylan life inspired hotel recently kicked off in Woodstock in New York – only a few kilometers from where the classical singer used to tape on Route 28 with Band and close to the namesake fest which took place there the year 1969.

The property, dubbed as The Hotel Dylan, is the brainchild of Paul Covello, the owner as well as noted New York base architects Cortney and Robert Novogratz. This place features a pavilion along with a peace sign for “o” in “Hotel” and has 2 stories of rooms named for music artists linked with the region and Woodstock festival.

Name of the rooms include “The Roadies,” “The Jimi,” “The Hippie Chick” and “The Van.”  The biggest room in the hotel is named “The Band Suite.” Each room comes fitted out with a Crosley turntable, as well as the hotel offers vinyl at the desk for people to use.

Describing the rooms, Covello stated that they are bohemian sophistication — a great vibe, crisp and clean. The space features snaps of music artists who lived once and still live in the region and Native American artwork, catching the history of the place as well as the native people who thought the mountains were their spiritual home. Now, there are also plans for gastropub. Hotel Dylan started its business on 15th June. Present rates ranges from US$ 189 – US$ 289 per night depending on size as well as time of week.

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