Hard Rock Hotel

Anybody who’s traveled to some major city in their lifetime as heard of or seen a Hard Rock Restaurant. As the name would imply, this themed restaurant offers tribute to the fine art of Rock and Roll music, offering memorabilia to look at while you dine. If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, then chances are you’ve heard of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which essentially amplifies the “cool” factor of the restaurants almost tenfold while offering a resort setting to spend a vacation in the desert. The Hard Rock Hotel combines luxury and Rock and Roll in a way that almost seems impossible.

When you think of Rock and Roll, the first things to come to your mind probably aren’t hotel rooms designed in a contemporary and elegant way. At the Hard Rock Hotel, though, that’s exactly what you get. Choosing a room at the Hard Rock also comes down to choosing between three different towers. The Casino Tower houses standard rooms, executive suites, deluxe suites, and celebrity suites. The aptly named Paradise Tower boasts standard rooms, pool villas, and a penthouse. Finally, the Hard Rock Hotel All-Suite Tower is just as it sounds – a tower compiled of suites and penthouses. If you have the extra cash to burn, then a suite or penthouse at the Hard Rock Hotel is far more then just a room, it’s an experience. Coming in with more square footage then most one bedroom apartments, the suites at the Hard Rock Hotel come equipped with furniture that offer the highest grade of comfort, mini bars, and on-suite bathrooms that would make rockstars blush. No matter which room you decide, you’ll be greeted with a mountain, pool, or Strip view.

Being a resort themed around the concept of entertainment, you can expect to never have to leave the Hard Rock to have a good time. One thing it’s best known for is the resort pool that houses Las Vegas‘ largest pool party every Sunday. Lazy rivers, poolside bars, and cabanas make the Hard Rock pool the best place to spend a sunny day. For the night owls the Hard Rock houses Vanity, one of Vegas‘ most upscale nightclubs. Party within a mass of Vegas tourists as one of many celebrity guest DJs keep the party pumping with life. Before your busy night on the town, though, you should treat yourself at the overly relaxing Reliquary Spa and find out the true meaning of the word “pamper”.

Dining at the Hard Rock resort is just as extravagant as the rest of the establishment. An array of choices leaves you determining whether you want a succulent steak at 35 Steaks + Martinis, fresh Mexican cuisine at the aptly named Pink Taco, or fine Japanese delicacies at Nobu. If you can’t decide or are not sure if you’re up for the 5-star dining experience, you can seat yourself at Mr. Lucky’s 24/7, which is a casual cafe opened all day, every day.

No matter your reasoning behind staying in Vegas, you’ll want to partake in everything the Hard Rock has to offer. With its Rock and Roll attitude and five-start amenities, there’s no way you won’t have a great time.


Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Featuring the Hrh Suite Tower Features :

  •     Interior Corridor
  •     Resort
  •     First Class Hotel
  •     High-speed internet
  •     Nonsmoking
  •     Restaurant
  •     Wheelchair accessible
  •     Swimming pool
  •     Family Rooms
  •     Fitness Center
  •     Golf


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