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Hipped-up outpost of the rock n' roll franchise, catering to rebellious celebrities and party-minded singles.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's peak on the bell curve of popularity has passed, but die-hard fans still pack the house almost nightly.
The huge guitar sign outside and an enormous chandelier with saxophone pendants clearly identify this as a Hard Rock enterprise.
This sprawling resort is a shrine to rock 'n' roll—with rock tributes, exhibits, and authentic memorabilia everywhere. Full review →
As soon as you check out the Hard Rock clientele, you'll know you are in a Vegas hotel that's like no other... Yep, the hip... still flock to the Hard Rock. Full review →
With a giant electric guitar at its entrance and blaring rock music throughout its public areas, this place attracts a young, hip, urban crowd. Full review →
Everything about this boutique hotel spells stardom. Full review →
The swank Hard Rock is off the Strip, but it knows how to throw a party. Full review →
A relatively intimate and even chic alternative.
This property is an ode to the MTV generation and, along with the ultramodern Palms and more sophisticated Cosmopolitan, is the go-to hotel in Vegas for 21- to 35-year-olds. Its long-run... Full review →Pet-friendly rooms are available on request.
If you don't mind being off the Strip, this rock 'n' roll themed casino hotel is a blast. Full review →
Despite its blazingly middle-American appropriation of rock imagery, the Hard Rock has been an unqualified success since its 1995 opening. Full review →
Even though it's a couple of blocks off the Strip, the Hard Rock throws some of the best parties in Vegas, with a weekly pool party, a club, and a concert hall. Full review →
“Feel like a rock star” at this “high-energy” off-Strip hotel catering to “young” “hipsters”, where the music is “loud.”
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