Show Business: High at the Hyatt

Many hotels would rather entertain a cyclone in their corridors than be patronized by a freewheeling rock group and its entourage. But Los Angeles' Continental Hyatt House, located on the Sunset Strip within minutes of no fewer than 32 record companies, has decided to take advantage of its location by welcoming—and indulging—pop musicians. The result, according to TIME'S David DeVoss, is that the garish, twelve-story hotel has become a psychedelic pantheon for anybody seeking a Woodstock ambience with a bacchanalian bounce. DeVoss's report:

Members of the Led Zeppelin toss ice cubes out the windows at passing >| police cruisers and dunk mink-clad...

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