Have you ever been so inspired on your vacation that you went back to your hotel room and wrote a song about the tropical breezes or the sun-kissed abs of your fellow guests?
Well the next time you write your version of “La Isla Bonita” on a lounge chair, if you’re staying in a W Hotel, you can now go off and record it immediately. The chain announced that they are adding recording studios to select locations of their hotels, where guests musicians can record their latest album for $150 for four hours. The hotel will also offer the space free to some local musicians.
“It gives us that extra step of being part of the music community and building relationships with future performers,” Anthony Ingham, W’s global brand leader, told The New York Times. The first studio is already set up at the W Bali – Seminyak in Indonesia, and more studios are planned to open in Barcelona and Seattle later this year.