These toe-tapping hotels might just strike the right chord with music lovers.
MailOnline Travel has scoured the world for the best music-inspired spots in which to rest your head for the night, from a disco-themed room in Germany complete with a spot-lit bed to a swanky suite in Taipei dedicated to the composer Chopin.
Scroll down and tune into these harmonious hotels…
Hard Rock Hotel, London
At the recently-opened Hard Rock Hotel in London, guests can rent a Fender guitar with headphones to create an in-room studio
The recently opened Hard Rock Hotel in London is crammed full of musical memorabilia, from a coat worn by Elvis to a Kirkwood piano practised on by a teenage Freddie Mercury.
Guests staying at the 900-room venue get complimentary use of a Crosley turntable and can download curated music playlists to suit their tastes.
For those wishing to emanate their favourite artist, it’s possible to rent a Fender electric guitar with headphones and create an in-room studio. For novice rockers, there are video lessons available via the TV.
Beverland Resort, Ostbevern, Germany
A peek inside the disco-themed room at the Beverland Resort in Ostbevern, Germany. The hotel has dozens of rooms to suit all tastes
At the Beverland Resort in Ostbevern, Germany, there are several themed rooms, including one for disco divas.
The specially designed room includes a four poster-style bed that’s designed to look like a club stage, with dramatic spotlights.
The light effects can be changed to fit the mood and there is a bar area where guests can get the party started.
HF Fénix Music, Lisbon
The HF Fénix Music hotel in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon fully embraces its name with a reception desk shaped after a drum kit and a bar inspired by the keyboard of a piano
In the rooms at HF Fénix Music, the musical theme continues with giant murals on the wall featuring everything from turntables to guitars
The HF Fénix Music hotel in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon fully embraces its name.
For instance, the reception desk is shaped after a drum kit, while the bar is inspired by the keyboard of a piano.
In the rooms, the musical theme continues with giant murals on the wall featuring everything from turntables to guitars. The hotel describes its interior design as being ‘vibrant, rhythmic and melodic’.
Pop House, Stockholm
Pop House Hotel is located in Stockholm and it shares the same address as Abba The Museum. The hotel has 49 rooms with a number of these featuring decor inspired by its next-door neighbour. Above, the Abba Gold Room
Mamma Mia! The Party room at the Pop House Hotel is decked out to look like a cosy Greek villa
Pop House Hotel is located in Stockholm, a stone’s throw from the city centre and it shares the same address as Abba The Museum.
The hotel has 49 rooms with a number of these featuring decor inspired by its next-door neighbour.
For instance, Mamma Mia! The Party room is decked out to look like a cosy Greek villa, while the Abba Gold Room showcases the band’s private gold and platinum records, which are on loan from the museum.
Sato Castle, Taipei
The musically inspired Chopin Room at Sato Castle in Taiwan includes manuscript paper on the ceiling
At Sato Castle in the Taiwan capital of Taipei each room features unique furnishings to reflect a different theme, from Christmas to medieval castles.
The Chopin Room, inspired by the Polish composer, includes manuscript paper on the ceiling and flooring designed to look like piano keys.
A monochrome colour scheme runs throughout and perks in the room include a hot tub and steam room.
Aria Hotel, Budapest
In the central atrium at the Aria Hotel in Budapest there are black-and-white tiles in the shape of a piano keyboard running the length of the room
The Aria Hotel in Budapest features a symphony of lavish interior design inspired by music.
In the central atrium, there are black-and-white tiles in the shape of a piano keyboard running the length of the room.
Each of the hotel’s four wings is dedicated to one of four major genres of music – classical, opera, contemporary, and jazz – and there is live entertainment daily.
Apostrophe Hotel, Paris
A peek inside the ‘musique’ room at the Apostrophe Hotel in Paris
At the Apostrophe Hotel in Paris there is a ‘musique’ room featuring manuscript wallpaper and piano keys on the ceiling, which ‘will inspire you to write your own music after a restful and delightful night’.
Amenities in the room include a massaging jet shower and, aptly, a music player.
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Florida
At the Disney All-Star Music Resort in Florida the musical influence is apparent from the get-go, with saxophones and other instruments adorning the accommodation blocks
A musical theme runs throughout the Disney All-Star Music Resort, even to the food court
At the Disney All-Star Music Resort in Florida the musical influence is apparent from the get-go, with saxophones and other instruments adorning the accommodation blocks.
The complex features two swimming pools, with one shaped after a piano and the other, a guitar.
On the food front, guests are instructed to ‘march to the beat of your own drum for breakfast, lunch and dinner’ at the expansive music-themed food court.
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, Montreal
At the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel in downtown Montreal there is a suite dedicated to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, who once stayed there and recorded the anthem Give Peace a Chance
The room where John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged one of their famed 1969 bed-ins is now part of a smart hotel suite, costing up to $1,900 (£1,490) a night.
The swanky pad, which can accommodate four people, is located on the 17th floor of the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in downtown Montreal.
It is where the song Give Peace a Chance was composed and recorded and musical artefacts adorning the room include an acoustic guitar and radio player.
Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton
At Hotel Pelirocco in Brighton there are 19 eccentrically decorated rooms. Above, a bedroom decorated like the inside of a Rough Trade record shop
Hotel Pelirocco in Brighton prides itself on its rock n’ roll-inspired interiors.
There are 19 eccentrically decorated rooms to suite all tastes, with the majority following a musical theme.
One pays homage to dub and reggae, while another takes its lead from Motown and there’s even a bedroom decorated like the inside of a Rough Trade record shop.
Backstage Hotel, Amsterdam
A view of the bar and restaurant area at the Backstage Hotel in Amsterdam, which has a musical theme running throughout. Guests are invited to ‘pick up a guitar’ and give it a strum
Bedrooms at the Backstage Hotel are designed to look like dressing rooms fit for music stars
The Backstage Hotel in Amsterdam has a musical theme running throughout, from the lobby to the bar to the bedrooms.
In the bar, guests are invited to ‘pick up a guitar’ and give it a strum.
For those who prefer listening only, record players are available to borrow. The bedrooms are designed to look like dressing rooms fit for music stars, with theatrical vanity mirrors and rock n’ roll-inspired murals.