Abbey Road Studios Team with Savoy Hotel To Offer Guests a Unique Experience:
The Savoy Hotel in London and Abbey Road Studios are both globally renowned British establishments. Now these two iconic British brands are pulling together to offer visitors a unique experience. Guests of London’s Savoy Hotel will soon be able to record themselves at Abbey Road Studios, Britain’s most famous recording studios.
The Savoy-Abbey Road Deal
Abbey Road Studios have signed a global partnership agreement with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Savoy Hotel’s managers, which means that guests at the Savoy will be offered experiences from behind-the-scenes studio visits to recording a song, as well as exclusive discounts and offers on Abbey Road Studios products and services. If you think you have talent, this is a unique opportunity to record yourself at these world-famous studios.
London’s Savoy Hotel needs no introduction. This leading London hotel recently went through a £200 million refurbishment to restore the hotel to its stunning Art Deco glory. The Savoy team will be working closely with Abbey Road Studios on a refurbishment project to bring some of London’s High Society style to the studios’ lounges.
The Savoy is set near the River Thames and is less than 5 minutes’ walk from the famous British Museum, The Royal Opera House and many other London attractions. For room rates and availability, check Here.
Abbey Road StudiosAbbey Road Studios opened in November 1931 and the premises at Abbey Road in north-west London were the world’s first purpose-built recording studios.
Fans of British pop music know Abbey Road well. The famous image of the Fab 4 striding across the Abbey Road crossing outside the recording studio is still being imitated by music lovers from around the world. The Studios have also been used by artists such as Pink Floyd, the Hollies, Cliff Richard, Kate Bush, Oasis, Elbow, Florence and the Machine, Kasabian and the Stereophonics.
But it’s more than pop music that Abbey Road Studios are famous for. The studios are also renowned for movie soundtracks. Blockbuster film soundtracks such as Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Braveheart, The King’s Speech and The Artist have all been recorded Abbey Road.Anyone else have feelings about this?