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Hard Rock updates

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by rdwoodpecker, Dec 5, 2015.

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  1. rdwoodpecker

    rdwoodpecker Tourist

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    Wife and I always used to spend one day gaming at the HR. But, that was probably 6 years ago. The casino was starting to look tired and worn from the machines to the carpet.

    Going to be in Vegas for a few days in the next month or so and wondering if we need to stop by?

    All reply's appreciated.
     
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    search theres tons about the remodel on this site
     
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    They completely remodeled the center bar portion of the casino, plus a few restaurant changes in the past few years as well.

    I stayed there this past August, and had a great time.
     
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    I started frequently staying at the Hard Rock monthly for business visits about 2009 or so (about the time the HRH and Paradise Tower were opened). Though I haven't been there since July do to a change in employment, I've seen significant and on-going investment and property refreshment. All the casino carpeting was just replaced on my last visit, as part of the Center Bar remodel which was complete on Labor Day. The entire time I've been a "regular", things are moved around, a wall knocked out here and there or just general upkeep and repairs going on. If you were there when the $750 million addition of those towers (2009-10), then you probably won't be surprised by anything that's been done since, but if you were there slightly before that, you wont recognize the place. The casino (except for late nights on weekends or show nights) remains sparser than I'm sure management would prefer. The Cantor Sports Book is a beautiful addition added 3-4 years ago. I like the place... drop in and let us know what you think.
     
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