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hard rock las vegas room recomendations?

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by eber91, Oct 8, 2014.

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  1. eber91

    eber91 Tourist

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    my buddies and i (3 total) are going on nov 9th and want to stay at the hard rock. is there a specific room you guys recommend? do you guys even recommend us staying there at all?
     
  2. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    I had a great time at the Hard Rock this summer, in the Lucky Seven suite.
    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?111782-Old-TR-Hard-Rock-7-18-7-21-2014-Strippers-in-suite

    Check out their Specialty suites, and I'm sure you will find a room that will fit your needs.
    How old are you, what are you looking to do etc. will all factor into the equation

    The Hard Rock is busy on the weekends, but can be quieter on the weekdays.

    If you need a host there, mine is terrific, you can PM me for his name.
     
  3. smartone

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    In general terms, the nicest rooms at the Hard Rock are in the HRH Tower. They are large suite "type" rooms... I say "type" because the sitting room is not a totally separate room from the bedroom, which for some reason is a big deal to some here on the VMB. The rooms with 2 queen beds do have some sliding doors that separate the 2 areas a bit more. The bathrooms are very large and modern. The HRH Tower has its own check-in area and valet, garage.

    The Casino Tower has the oldest rooms, with smaller bathrooms, but has cool french-doors that open to the outside (there's no balcony, more like a railing). The rooms are still decent sized by Vegas standards. The Casino Tower is a bit louder, as the rooms are less expensive and a younger, "party crowd" is known to stay there. The Paradise Tower is the same age as the HRH Tower (2010) and the rooms are very nice and usually the same price as the Casino Tower. It's a bit of a walk from the casino area, but passes the shops and some of the restaurants are down that way. There is a garage there as well.

    If you care about a view at all, be sure to get a room above about the 8th floor in both the HRH Tower or Paradise Tower if your on the city/airport view side, otherwise, you'll look right into the side of the garage. Casino Tower, be above about the 5th floor... there's no garage, but the a/c units, etc. over the casino need to be risen above. If pool view side... anything above the 4th floor is best in all towers.

    The "specialty rooms", as stated above are really cool for a nice "blow-out party"... they're found in each of the towers.

    As far as "staying there at all"... I love the place and stay there 40-50 nights a year and have for the past 5+ years. The property doesn't get much love here on the board though. It's a short cab ride to the strip, which seems to be a detriment to some, others don't care for the loud music, etc. Many say the Hard Rock's days of being the "it" spot for the cool people are in the past and I guess it's true... Cosmopolitan seems to be that spot now. The Hard Rock's casino is lively late and on weekends... weekdays is pretty slow.

    This was a good recent thread about the Hard Rock you might find interesting.

    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?112303-Let-s-Talk-about-Hard-Rock&highlight=hard+rock

    Also, just type in the search bar, "Hard Rock" and you'll find the other threads that have been on here that might help you.
     
  4. kps

    kps High-Roller

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    I did the Paradise Tower and got the 7th floor looking out at the pool. Great room and no disturbances at night.

    There is a walk to get to the elevator of sorts but for me it was fine. If the price is the same as the casino tower go with Paradise.
     
  5. MrPogi

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    HRH Towers - but make sure to get a room above the 4th floor, or your view will be of rooftop and parking garages.
     
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