The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas has earned a reputation as one of the premier hotels in Las Vegas, particularly among the younger set of Las Vegas vacationers. On any given day at the Hard Rock Las Vegas visitors can see beautiful people enjoying any one of the many swimming pools, playing games in the enormous casino, or eating at one of the various restaurants located right on site. The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas is located right on the Strip, and many rooms offer sweeping views of the street below.
The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas is a favorite place to stay for celebrities, though you won't be likely to find any celebrities staying in the standard rooms. Standard room prices range from $70 to $250 per night, with an extra charge of $35 for additional people. Children under age 13 can stay for free in their parents' room. Although these standard room prices are somewhat reasonable, the prices for some of the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas suites can be quite high. Prices for these rooms vary, so be sure to check ahead as weekends and holidays tend to have higher rates.
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In addition to the great rooms, the Hard Rock Las Vegas also has an enormous casino, and plenty of Las Vegas hotel pictures that focus on casinos include it as a highlight, with smaller lounges for high stakes gambling. More than 600 slot machines grace the floor of the main casino, along with hundreds of gaming tables. For a quiet night of high stakes gambling, head to the Peacock Lounge, where leather seats and triple digit tables await the serious gamblers. The Fender Room is the high stakes room for slot machine gambling. If you simply want to have a bit of fun and gamble in the main lounge, you can gamble in the main casino area.
The Hard Rock Las Vegas also has plenty of bars to choose from, along with a nice range of eateries on site. As you might expect, the hotel has its own Hard Rock Cafe; Las Vegas. Rock memorabilia with a Las Vegas focus is posted all along the walls of the Hard Rock Cafe; Las Vegas, and as you might also expect a gift shop is open from 8 am until 9 pm daily selling those famous Hard Rock Cafe; Las Vegas t-shirts, Hard Rock shot glasses and more. The new club Vanity is another of the great night spots to enjoy, especially if you're looking for a high-class dance experience. For more food, try the Pink Taco, an authentic Mexican restaurant that specializes in handmade tortillas and guacamole.
This flashy hotel and casino also features an enormous swimming area, split into two major pools with different themes. At the Beach Club, enjoy a day on a simulated sandy beach, or head over to the Palapa, which is a pool bar and swim-up blackjack table for gamblers who want to keep gaming even while they relax in the pool. Guests of the hotel can order drinks from the pool bar, or take advantage of poolside drink service. Waitresses walk around the pool throughout the day taking drink orders and bringing drinks and light snacks right to your poolside chair. Guests can either pay with cash, or charge drinks and food directly to their room to pay when they check out.
In room amenities at the Hard Rock Las Vegas include the following:
- Air conditioning
- TV with pay movies
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- High-speed internet access, which is available for a fee.
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If you plan to drive to the hotel, there is a parking garage attached to the hotel which is free to guests for self-parking. Valet service in the garage is also available to guests, for a fee. To book a stay at the Hard Rock Las Vegas, you can check availability online and book standard rooms online or over the phone. For high end suites, you must call the hotel directly.