IT is known as the country’s most rock ‘n’ rock hotel and now it has gone tropical!

Hotel Pelirocco, situated in Regency Square, is one of Brighton’s and the UK’s first themed boutique hotels.

Its 19 rooms are individually designed and inspired by music, fashion, pop culture and art, including Mods, Star Wars, Rough Trade records, 1950s rockabilly and Dolly Parton.

Now it has launched its latest themed room Tropical Paradise.

A spokesman said: “Guests will be welcomed by gently chirping cicadas as they settle into the comfort of this exotic sanctuary.

“Lie back in a swinging hammock while watching the sea roll in over Brighton beach.

“Indulge in a rain forest shower in the stone clad wet room, with optional privacy screen for couples who prefer a voyeur experience.

“Sumptuously furnished, the interior decor features a classic Peacock chair, white linen draped bed frame, luxurious cushions, luscious palms and flowers.

“The room also comes with a complimentary turntable and selection of curated records or guests are welcome to bring their own vinyl to create a personalised party vibe or chilled-out mood.”

The launch party took place on Thursday with music by the original rebel dread, DJ and BBC 6 music presenter Don Letts.

Contributions from the night were donated to Brighton Table Tennis Club Crowdfunder to help its work in the community.

The hotel is famous for staging hen parties, afternoon tea, cocktail classes, karaoke, craft parties, makeovers, photoshoots, pampering and massages.

Duty manager Alis Knowles said: “It’s a beautiful new room with the tropical theme.

“We have great customers. Many are crazy and guests are a big part of our hotel.

“Many come to us to spice things up a bit.

“We run at a 70 per cent occupancy rate throughout the year.

“We are quirky, we are the champagne of the boutique hotel business and we love what we do.

“Nobody does it better in our mind.

“What we offer is great.”