It seems that the hotel competition is in full force on the Vegas Strip. And even with the abundance of hotel suites in Sin City, big names are upping the ante with their own novel offerings. Take the Hard Rock Hotel’s newest venture, the HRH Tower Suites for example. Set to open on December 28th, this tower is all luxury, because the entire building is made up of nothing less than full on suites.
Guests can have their pick from the 359 standard suites, eight spa villas, and seven penthouse suites. Talk about living large in Vegas, the spa villas open directly to the pool areas and all guests get to enjoy a VIP entrance and check-in, direct access to the new casino space, luxury Reliquary spa, and a Vanity nightclub.
For those seasoned Vegas pros, the new Vanity nightclub is sure to get the party started. Dance the night away as the multimillion-dollar chandelier changes colors and even broadcasts images. Have a seat in one of the 50 VIP booths, outdoor terrace, or five cabanas complete with direct access to the sky bar. Ladies can consult with each other in the ladies’ lounge that include six individual vanity stations and full length three-way mirror with staff on-hand fix any dancing mishap.
Not into the party scene? No problem. Access to the Reliquary Spa includes 21 treatment rooms and a Roman Bath, plus a private studio for pole dancing lessons and a fitness center.
Arrive back at the suite to an integrated wet bar or soak that hangover away with a bubble bath in the suite’s cast iron tub. And it wouldn’t be a Hard Rock Hotel if music weren’t involved. Suites come complete with an AMX 12-inch touch panel music system. Enjoy your own tunes on the iPod dock or try the selection of more than 2,000 Hard Rock Hotel owned songs and play lists. Or relax and enjoy a movie or perhaps a sports game on one of the two 40-inch Sony Bravia LCD TV’s with DVD players.
Opening just before the start of 2010, this new tower is perfect for a spectacular New Year’s celebration.