Enter the world of British rock ‘n’ roll royalty with exclusive packages for the Rolling Stones spectacle at London’s Saatchi GalleryThis spring, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is celebrating one of London’s hottest exhibition launches with exclusive accommodation and dining packages for music fans and contemporary art aficionados.
Laying bare one of the most iconic British rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time, Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones, at the Saatchi Gallery is set to delight popular culture and music lovers.
Exhibitionism launches on 5 April and will take visitors through the Rolling Stones’ fascinating fifty-year history, embracing all aspects of art and design, film, video, fashion, performance, rare sound archives, and at the heart of it, the Rolling Stones' musical heritage.
The exhibition will bring together unseen dressing room and backstage paraphernalia, rare instruments, original stage designs, iconic costumes, rare audio tracks and video footage, personal diaries, poster and album cover artwork, and unique wraparound cinematic experiences that celebrate every aspect of the Rolling Stones’ career.
Available from 5 April - 4 September 2016, the Exhibitionism accommodation package includes a night’s stay for two in a stunning Garden View Room; breakfast in The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant; two VIP tickets to the exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, including exclusive souvenir lanyard and queue jump; and Rolling Stones-inspired sweet treats created by Stephan Will, the hotel’s talented pastry chef. The accommodation package starts from £449 per double room, per night, including taxes.
For day trippers looking for some culinary satisfaction close to the gallery, the three AA rosette Rib Room Bar & Restaurant is also offering an Exhibitionism set lunch menu, including a glass of wine and a standard ticket to Exhibitionism for just £36 for two courses or £41 for three courses.
Located just off Sloane Street, Jumeirah Carlton Tower is within comfortable walking distance of the Saatchi Gallery. Opened in 1961 as the ‘Swinging Sixties’ took hold of London, the hotel has been offering luxurious accommodation and generous hospitality in the heart of one of the city’s most fashionable shopping districts ever since.