The 60's Beat-room
The late 60’s: Jimmy, a young hipster from Liverpool, is quickly realizing that he is a step ahead of his peers, visiting cologne as an exchange student for the first time. He decides to ditch school and stay in Germany. Looking at the late 60’s and early 70’s, there isn’t a single bar or after hours club within a 400 km radius where his 1966 Vespa GT couldn’t be seen, parked in front.
Night after night, Jimmy could be spotted at any given club wearing his freshly starched shirts, Zoo suits and greased hair , spinning his 7-inch records. “Quadrophonia” ( which he had seen about 100 times) was one of the single most influential works of art to him, influencing his style and inspiring nightly epiphanies. Here come the80’s: the all night hang outs become few and farther in between, he doesn’t get booked as much as a DJ, he starts working odd jobs, selling pretzels, garbage man, life coach… he decides to move out of his apartment in Buchforst and move to the Wohngemeinschaft for good. He now runs and is the sole mechanic of his own little Vespa shop. If only those after hour parties were still a part of his life, everything would be perfect.
“Jimmy” is a three-bed room, decorated in 60’s mod style with details modeled after the original beat-scene. You can rent this room for 75 Euros a night (3 people) or as a couple, for 67.50 Euros a night. Included in the price are of course linens and Wifi.
- Bedding included
- free WiFi
- nice and clean shared showers
- 24 hour access for checked-in guests
- 75€ per night (prices might vary depending on circumstances or city events)
If you would like to book a room with fewer guests then suggested, you’ll pay the normal room fee minus 10% per lesser person staying. For example: Jimmy's artist room is priced at 75 Euros for 2 people. Book it for one person instead and you will pay: 75-7.50 (10%) = 67,50 Euros