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Hard Rock's HRH Tower Opens December 28th

By Chuckmonster on Sunday, 11th October 2009 3:22am
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If your December/January dance card was already filled by stops at the other new kids in town - ARIA, Vdara, Mandarin Oriental, the PH Towers, the Rush Tower at Golden Nugget and Hotel 32 at Monte Carlo - the Hard Rock's too new to be known HRH Tower has started taking reservations from December 28th and beyond.

HRH Tower suites

To my eyes, the HRH Tower features some of the sharpest room designs in the entire Hard Rock portfolio. Anytime that decor looks like something that Dave Navarro would wear or even remotely whiffs of Affliction gear, I'm inclined to barf (with testosterone fueled gusto!) Replace that with simple, smart, comfy furnishings and an astonishing array of technogadgets and I chub up a little. Seriously! I love this shit!

From the HRH tower webpage:

Hi-tech rules with the Sound Matters Sound Bar - an AMX 12' Touch Panel Juke Box System that includes over 2000 songs and playlists. Two 40' Bravia LCD TV with DVD players included here.

Looks like they couldn't reverse engineer the flat panel switcheroo that Encore has. Coulda saved 50% on TV purchasing! Also, see that vintage iPod!

The description of the bathroom makes me wish there were photos to go with:

The bath area is enclosed in a draped and tinted glass enclosure. A generous 148 sq. feet, the bath area showcases black porcelain dimpled tile with Chinese marble and a custom bath vanity, in-shower seat, and cast iron "Tea four Two" tubs. Grohe bath fixtures throughout include Rainhead shower and handheld wands.

Rainhead showers! Amen! I've been crying for these in a Vegas hotel since experiencing the love that is rainhead showers at Galaxy StarWorld hotel in Macau (that's the rain head on the top left).

The price is competitive to most of the five star joints in town. Between Aria, Vdara and all the other stuff coming onto the higher end of the market - including the Hard Rock's own Paradise Tower - I'm not so sure how these prices will hold up.



Comments & Discussion:

I think they originally intended to sell some of the rooms as condos. That's why the rooms are larger/nicer (ala Signature). I have heard they will use this tower for their high rollers. Definitely a place to try when the rates come down.

They need to proofread a little better. '=feet, "=inches. As it reads now, they have a 12 foot jukebox system and a couple of 40 foot TVs. If that is the case, sign me up.

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