Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
4 star hotel
4455 Paradise Rd,
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Our take on Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Rock your way to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino -- just look for the giant 84-foot neon guitar out front. Don't let the glitz fool you though, the rooms here are classy; there's no grunge rocker or head banger stuff going on in these rooms. Deep, warm tones splashed with crisp white or red sing a tune of Rock 'n' Roll money. Strap on your air guitar and swing the mic around because when you walk in to one of these guest rooms or suites, you'll feel like you're in the bedroom of someone like Sting, Rihanna, Madonna, Bono or some other single-named star; in other words elegance with an edge. Marble. Raw linen silk. Feather. Leather. Plasma. It's all there. Intimate concert seating for headliners, dining options galore, hip shopping and more keep the beat, but when you want to beat the heat, hit the pools. Insanely cool peek-a-boo cutouts in the SKYBAR pool double as skylights and entertainment from day into evening. And the poolside Rehab party is a place to see and be seen.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
If you're a light sleeper, don't stay in the HRH tower on the weekends, as Vanity nightclub is located in this tower, and it can be noisy all weekend.
The Paradise Tower and the Casino Tower are the quieter towers.
Rooms facing the pool can be very noisy, because music starts playing around 9 a.m., so request a room elsewhere for a quieter stay.
Rooms with a View
The hotel is a mile off the Strip and doesn’t really offer Strip views. The available views are of the mountains and the pool.
The pool view is the preferred view; mountain view rooms will also have a view of the airport.
The pool view is the preferred view; rooms with mountain views will also have a view of the airport.
Sorry, street view is unavailable for this hotel.
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The hotel offers Strip views, pool views and mountain views; the best view is the pool view, which overlooks CityCenter.
CityCenter consists of five high-rise buildings and a shopping center, and at night, the buildings light up with different colors lights. You'll have to request a room above floor 17 to see CityCenter.
If you don't mind shelling out a few extra doubloons, be sure to reserve a room that faces Las Vegas Boulevard so you can get a bird's-eye view of the spectacular "Sirens of TI" show.
Views of the strip are the best from rooms on the upper floors of the west wing, as well as the west facing rooms in the Grand Tower.