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Hard Rock announces $1B Expansion

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 12th March 2007 12:38am
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The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas has annnounced a $1Billion US expansion. Under the deal, The Pink Taco will get Pinker, the Joint will get louder, Rehab will include more people and the slot machines will rise to 11 feet tall. A new tower will be built, casino constructed and its already gloriously expansive pool will expand further. This is great news.

The expansion plan calls for the addition of about 950 rooms, including an all-suite 15-story tower; about 60,000 square feet of meeting and convention space; and about 35,000 square feet of new casino space, these people said. In addition, the Hard Rock’s pool, which allows guests to play blackjack while swimming, will be expanded. New restaurants and bars and a new nightclub are also planned, though the details were not available.

When the project is completed, in 2009, the hotel will have 1,500 rooms, making it one of the larger boutique hotels in Las Vegas, though much smaller than supersize places like Wynn Resorts, which has more than 2,700 rooms.



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