From EDM hard styles to jazzy piano tunes, match your music genre with unique travel experiences in Texas, Ibiza, London and aboard a cruise sailing the Bahamas.
The Rockstar Suite of Austin
This famous Airbnb listing has hosted rodeo legends, musicians, Hollywood producers and the like. Palazzo Lavaca offers ultra-exclusive, grand accommodations for six—we’re talking three bedrooms, a dining and living room with coffered ceilings, velvet curtains, a chandelier, Baroque furnishings and ornate candelabras in every corner. The pièce de résistance is in the Master Suite, complete with a huge Marie Antoinette mirrored bathroom.
Pitbull After Dark Party
The people at Sixthman have been throwing themed festivals at sea since 2001, and their upcoming cruises with Paramore, Kid Rock and Kiss have almost sold out. Tickets sell so fast that they have to start the pre-sale way in advance! So if you want to spend a wild weekend sailing from Miami to the Bahamas with Mr. Worldwide, aka Pitbull, this time next year, it’s best you book now.
Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel
Call this the Club Tropicana of the 21st Century, where the tide is high and the party, higher. Fashioned for those who measure the day in beats-per-minute, The Pioneer Suite is a tech Mecca for DJs and music producers alike, what with two Pioneer CDJ 2000 decks, a DJM 2000 mixer, an amplifier, eight speakers and a subwoofer to play with before taking the party to the indoor jacuzzi or grand canopy bed. Good thing the room is soundproof!
Corinthia Hotel London
The Musician’s Penthouse is a carefully orchestrated suite with fittings that any cultured and musically inclined guest will appreciate. A refurbished Steinway Model O piano stands at the centre of the two-storey space, surrounded by plush furnishings, artworks with a musical slant, and vintage chandeliers. The room also comes equipped with a state-of-the-art traditional record deck to enjoy soothing tunes while savouring some wine from a private collection—but not before dinner on the connecting roof terrace with a breath-taking view of the city.
By Dana Koh