The all-suite towers offer guests an indulgent experience with suites that are definitely rocking and within a short walk to all of the amenities and concert venues in the connected Hard Rock Hotel.
Rock n’ roll party atmosphere, suitable for wannabe garage band rockers to all-access VIPs, alive with non-stop music
What we love:
If you’re into being awesome and living like a rock star (sans the groupies and paparazzi, of course), the Hard Rock’s swanky HRH Towers will have you feeling like your garage band just made the big time.
The sweet side of living is what the HRH Towers are all about. Considering that all of the rooms offered are suites that are at least 701 square feet, each sprawling layout will make you feel like a real rock star. And if you really want to indulge, the eight spa villas within the towers are the place to be with private spa patios that have direct access to the pool that will make you feel like you have celebrity status.
What’s that you say? You’re not sure how to feel like a rock star? We suggest you immediately direct your attention to the wall-mounted, 12-inch, touch panel jukebox system (a.k.a iPad) with surround sound that is installed in every room, scroll through the hundreds of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll songs and crank up the one that makes you pull out that air guitar and shred like there’s no tomorrow. Yeah‚Äö you know that sounds fun.
If you’re coming from the airport or the 215 Beltway, make sure that you tell your cab driver to take the airport bypass to get to Koval and Paradise opposed to running up your cab fare by taking the Strip all of the way to the off-Strip destination.
And if you like that tip, we assume you like speed in which case you will like the quick room service delivery of any items from the Hard Rock’s Love Jones lingerie boutique. Rock star lesson 101 — thou shalt not stop sexy time to make an errand run when someone else is willing to do it for you.
And speaking of sexy time, among the HRH Tower’s 12 specialty penthouse suites, the Provocateur Suite is specifically designed for guests to indulge in their wildest fantasies. Other specialty suites with lavish floor plans and accommodations include the Stones Suite and the Bachelor Pad suite among others.
Good to know:
Even though the HRH Towers are located just a couple of blocks off of the Strip, it can be a very long walk to get to the boulevard especially if you’ve been drinking- we suggest you take a cab for your late night adventures. And, when you take this cab, request to the driver that you take the back roads to save big time on your taxi fare and skip the Strip’s slow-moving traffic.
Having done a great job at secluding the towers from the Hard Rock’s main property, the walk across the original casino floor is worth it to get to The Joint concert venue however, you may not want to wear your stilettos for the trek since the walk will take you 10-15 minutes. While the walk may not be ideal, you will accept it because that is what gives the HRH towers their exclusive VIP feel.
Unless you scored a free upgrade to the HRH Towers, then you will see that the extra luxuries are not the cheapest options around. But if you still want a rock ‘n’ roll vibe without spending all of your beer money, stay in a smaller rooms at the Hard Rock that are still boast the vibe we love but are available for only a fraction of the cost.