(Story copied from Musicrooms.net)
The Rolling Stones rocker is famed for the lavish parties he threw during his
heyday, which sometimes saw police called to them. He recently stayed at the
Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, but was adamant he wanted a room which
was free from sound. He eventually agreed to stay in the Presidential Suite,
but shocked workers as he was so well-behaved.
“[He] made it quite clear that he demanded absolute quiet – and we never heard
a peep out of him. No loud music, no wild parties… nothing!” a source told National Enquirer.
Mick was so keen to have a tranquil break he even asked to be moved when
workman began making noise near his room. He eventually settled in a bungalow
in the establishment’s garden, where he managed to get a good rest.
Mick’s hotel etiquette has been revealed in the past. Several years ago it was
reported the star asks for all windows in the rooms he stays in to be blacked
out, so he can sleep.
“Apparently he doesn’t like to be woken up by natural light so we had to go
and find some tape to make sure it was dark,” a source said.