This is seriously cool.
If you've any interest in music at all, you'll be well familiar with Abbey Road Studios.
And the rich musical heritage that pulses throughout.
It's where Amy Winehouse famously recorded her last ever song with her hero, Tony Bennett, and where Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon was born.
And Airbnb are giving YOU the chance to sleep in the ACTUAL studios for a night.
Imagine re-enacting that with your mates? And then getting to sleep in the studio for the night.
The epitome of cool.
The winner and their guests will be flown from anywhere in the world to London’s St John’s Wood.
The four lucky guests will be immersed in music from the moment they arrive, and all in the company of Mark Ronson, no less.
Guests will be granted access-all-areas, walk-around of what was a nineteenth century townhouse and is now home to more than three incredible studios across four floors.
I was born and grew up 'round the corner from Abbey Road Studios, one of the greatest studios ever. Over the years working at Abbey Road, I’ve gotten to know many of the engineers there and hearing the legendary stories of recording albums is one of the great perks of being in the building. It’s incredible that Airbnb are getting Abbey Road to open up the doors so I can share it with people who love music as much as I do.
You'll be met by Mark and a champagne reception upon arrival, and dinner, snacks, beverages and breakfast are all included in your stay.
There are very few house rules that will be enforced, as follows:
- If you catch nostalgia, don’t worry. It’s not contagious
- If the phone rings, a standard “Hello, it's me” will do (he he)
- Don’t go chasing pavements
- Leave your mark
And HOW can you win, you ask?
Visit the listing page, which is gas and is hosted by Mark himself, from 6 AM on September 29 to win the chance to spend one night at the legendary Abbey Road Studios.
Entrants are asked to tell a little about themselves, and explain which song they wish they had been there for while it was being recorded, and why, by October 6.