Song title 271 - Hotel California

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Hotel California Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Hotel California" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Eagles Hotel California 1977 US Billboard 1 - Feb 1977 (19 weeks), Record World 1 - 1977, Canada 1 - Mar 1977 (17 weeks), France 1 - Jun 1977 (4 weeks), Canada RPM 1 for 2 weeks - Apr 1977, Grammy in 1977, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003 (1977), ASCAP song of 1977, Switzerland 2 - Jul 1977 (13 weeks), US (Sup) Platinum (certified by RIAA in Feb 2009), nuTsie 3 of 1970s, OzNet 3, US Gold (certified by RIAA in May 1977), Norway 5 - May 1977 (15 weeks), RIANZ 5 - Apr 1977 (19 weeks), Europe 5 of the 1970s (1977), Germany 6 - Jun 1977 (4 months), TheQ 6, POP 6 of 1977, UK 8 - Apr 1977 (13 weeks), Holland 8 - May 1977 (14 weeks), US Radio 10 of 1977 (peak 1 13 weeks), France (SNEP) 13 - Aug 1977 (1 month), Austria 13 - Sep 1977 (3 weeks), Brazil 14 of 1977, DMDB 17 (1977), Belgium 18 of all time, US BB 19 of 1977, Belgium 21 - May 1977 (4 weeks), D.Marsh 21 of 1977, WABC NY 22 of 1977, Scrobulate 28 of rock, US CashBox 35 of 1977, Poland 38 of all time, Acclaimed 43 (1976), Virgin 44, RIAA 46, Rolling Stone 49, 68 in 2FM list, WXPN 73, Vinyl Surrender 73 (1976), Japan (Tokyo) 75 - Jun 1996 (4 weeks), Italy 88 of 1977, Germany 317 of the 1970s (peak 6 16 weeks), RYM 18 of 1977, Party 87 of 2007, one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500
2 Gipsy Kings Hotel California 1990 Japan (Tokyo) 15 - Oct 1990 (8 weeks), Poland 40 - Jan 1991 (8 weeks)
3 Jam On The Mutha Hotel California 1990 UK 62 - Aug 1990 (2 weeks)

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21 Oct 2011

Hotel California

by Eagles went to No. 2 in France, and sold 522 000 copies - look at Infodisc, single certifications.

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