Appealing to high-end guests who enjoy the finer things in life, the HRH Tower at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is unlike anything else in Las Vegas.
Located at the south end of the popular rock 'n' roll-themed resort, it contains 374 suites that offer panoramic views of the Strip, the Las Vegas valley and surrounding mountains.
Boasting privacy and a more refined atmosphere, you can take advantage of the lavish room tower's VIP entrance and registration desk. The lobby in the HRH Tower also features its own concierge service and a sundry shop.
Guests will have direct access to the HRH Tower's facilities, which include Reliquary Spa & Salon, the unique Asian restaurant Fú, Juice Bar and Vanity nightclub (which is open for special events only).
Measuring 701 square feet, the standard suites in the HRH Tower are spacious and packed with indulgences. In addition to a custom mahogany and leather sleigh bed with ultra luxurious bedding, each one comes with blackout drapes made of raw linen silk, a separate sitting area with a sectional sofa and a desk, a fully stocked minibar, an iPod docking station and two 40-inch LCD TVs. Plus, there's no better way to end each day than with a soak in the oversized bathroom's cast iron "Tea for Two" tub.
While partaking of these elegant room amenities, you are just steps away from all the edgy rock 'n' roll experiences that can be had at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The Joint and Vinyl are two of the city's hottest concert venues, and the Beachlife pool complex is home to the rollicking weekend summer pool party Rehab.
Dining also runs the gamut at the resort. Nobu serves up modern Japanese cuisine, whereas 35 Steaks + Martinis offers a contemporary take on traditional steakhouse cuisine. Culinary Dropout is a trendy, must-visit gastropub by Sam Fox. Pink Taco cooks up Mexican favorites, and Mr. Lucky's Café is the ultimate 24-hour coffee shop.
There are plenty of chic nightspots as well. The Center Bar is a longstanding place where beautiful people parade. The Ainsworth is a trendy sports-meets-bar concept that traces its roots to New York City. And Body English is a nightclub that's adorned with leather, dark woods and chandeliers. It showcases a wonderful mix of indie, electronic, rock and pop music.
So if you're looking for a paradise-like haven but you still want to enjoy the high-energy vibe of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, check into one of the innovatively designed suites in the HRH Tower.