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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

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4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109
702/693-5000 Fax: 702/693-5010
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The Hotel

When Peter Morton started his first Hard Rock Cafe in London, in 1971, he probably wouldn't have thought it ultimately would take him to Las Vegas. However, with the huge success of the Hard Rock Cafe worldwide, Las Vegas wouldn't be complete nowadays without it's own Hard Rock Hotel. Opened in 1995, and recently expanded, this is one of the most remarkable themed, and one of the best known, resorts off the Strip - even though it has 'just' 668 rooms and suites. If you get to Las Vegas through McCarran International Airport and take a shuttle or limo to take you to your hotel, chances are the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is the first themed resort you get to see up close. It's hard to miss at all because of its large guitar shaped signpost outside.
While rock music might not attract to everyone (even though there are quite a few 'rock-grannies' out there), this place is worth a visit. And if you happen to like hip, fresh and young, this might well be your place to stay. It's just 3 minutes from the Strip, and three minutes from the airport which makes it still a pretty convenient location.
The (oversized) rooms at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino have panoramic views of either Las Vegas or the mountains and offer king or queen-sized beds, French Doors, entertainment centers with a CD player, VCR and full cable access (music videos (of course) and movies on demand), phone and dataports for modems, marble bathrooms (jacuzzis in the suites) and you can even have the daily paper of choice delivered to your room. back

The Casino

The Hard Rock's 30,000 square foot casino is more of a rock museum than a casino with all the memorabilia hanging around. But rest assured, there are games to play as well - you can try your luck pulling the guitar-neck handle of a slot machine or at the piano shaped roulette table, to name just two things. Besides that, there's also swim-up blackjack in the pool area. A word of warning however, if you happen to dislike rock music, this might not be your place to play.back

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When the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino first opened, it had just two restaurants. Now, after the $100 million expansion, it offers no less than 6 restaurants - we think that's quite a lot for such a relatively small hotel (for comparison: the Venetian has about 4.5 times the number of rooms, but just twice as much restaurants as the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Here's the list:
  • NOBU
    Hailed as a 'groundbreaking temple of Japanese cuisine with Latin American influences' this new-style Japanese restaurant aims to become one of the new dining hot-spots in Las Vegas. With all the competition there is nowadays, and it's location, it'd better be good. It probably is, but we haven't tried it ourselves - yet.
  • A.J.'s Steakhouse
    The thing is, with such a name, is there anything more to tell you? Well, let's just say it's the classic 60s Vegas steakhouse reinvented.
  • Pink Taco
    We think it's a weird name. When we eat a taco, it doesn't look pink, and neither do we when we're done with it (red hot, maybe, but certainly not pink). Then again, what's in a name? Claiming to be an authentic, hip Mexican eatery with - as they claim - the best Tequila Bar in the state, the name might just be right.
  • Mortoni's
    This is one of the 'old' Hard Rock Hotel's restaurants, offering vast portions of Italian food, decorated with photos of James Dean, Humphrey Bogart, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra, as well as stills from Las Vegas movies. Walls are yellowish and furnishings are plush red leather. When the weather is good enough, you can dine outdoors.
  • Mr. Lucky's
    Open 24 hours, Mr. Lucky's is your round the clock casual dining option at the Hard Rock Hotel and it offers all of the usual Las Vegas menu items as well as pizza's and California style entrees.
  • The Counter
    Styled after Peter Morton's favorite spot at the Beverly Hills hotel, this is an all-counter seating coffee shop.
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    A themed resort like this cannot do without entertainment. The Hard Rock Hotel has The Joint for concerts and events, Baby's night club and the Beach Club. Further more the Hard Rock Hotel hosts various events such as the Billboard Music Awards and the VH1 Fairway to Heaven golf tournament.back


    The worlds largest Hard Rock Store, the Cuba Libre Cigar bar and an international newsstand and giftshop are your shopping options at this resort. We admit, it can't compete with all that competition on the Strip, however, the Strip doesn't have the world's largest Hard Rock Store. A must visit for those of you who've seen the other ones..back

    Other amenities

    For such a relatively small hotel, the Hard Rock has quite a lot to offer, and there's even more, such as the Hard Rock Athletic Club, featuring the Rockspa for your work-out, massage and relaxation, 39 Tahitian style cabanas for rent in the pool area - with cable TV, telephone and refrigerator ($75 Mo-Th / $115 Sat-Sun*), the Beach Club Bar & Grill - with removable dance floor and convention facilities (with a total of 60,000 square foot). Room service and 24-hour concierge also available.
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