Hilton Cleveland Downtown Now Offering a Pricey Cleveland Rockstar Package


  • Courtesy of Hilton Cleveland Downtown
Ever since it opened in 2016, Hilton Downtown Cleveland has offered what it calls a Rock and Roll Suite. Now, it’s put together a special package that it promises will be the “ultimate getaway for music-lovers visiting the Rock and Roll Capital of the World all-year long.”

Commissioned by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Hilton Cleveland Downtown’s one-bedroom Rock and Roll Suite is filled with replicas and memorabilia. The dining room table features a smashed guitar signed by former Parliament-Funkadelic member and Rock Hall Inductee Bootsy Collins, and the room’s walls are superimposed with lyrics from Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze.” The bathroom is styled in the image of piano keys, and Woodstock-inspired red flower lights hang from the ceiling. There's a giant red lips couch at the foot of the king bed.

Guests who book the Cleveland Rockstar package will receive accomodations in the suite along with Champagne upon arrival, a private one-hour happy hour at Bar 32, a 30-minute helicopter tour of Cleveland and Lake Erie, a private vault tour of the Rock Hall featuring items from the museum’s collection that are not on display to the general public, dinner at the Foundation Room VIP Club at House of Blues, Cadillac SUV car service from A-1 Mr. Limo Services and daily breakfast at the Burnham.

“As the Rock and Roll Capital of the World, we know that many of our guests are visiting Cleveland to discover the city’s iconic sites and learn more about the music legends that have graced the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame,” says Teri Agosta, the Hilton Cleveland Downtown's general manager in a press release about the package. “Our Cleveland Rockstar package truly takes this experience to the next level, allowing guests to not only enjoy our city’s iconic music sites, but invites guests to discover renowned music artifacts from the comfort of their own suite.”
Available for two guests, the Cleveland Rockstar package will set you back a whopping $10,000 plus taxes and fees for two nights and is based on availability. Additionally, all guests who book this package will receive donor status at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and their names will be listed and recognized at the museum.

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