The skyline in Las Vegas is going to look different for years to come. Recent government approvals will allow a giant 660-foot-tall hotel in the shape of a guitar to become a new highlight of the Strip.
Late last year, the iconic Hard Rock Hotel acquired another well-known Sin City property, The Mirage.
In addition to revamping the existing hotel, this magnificent new guitar-shaped structure will be a sight to behold.
Revamping The Mirage
Official word from Hard Rock is that anyone who wants to book and already has booked their stay at The Mirage will not need to make changes.
The plan is to remain open and under their own name until renovations are complete. As of now, there is no timetable on when that will be except to say it will take “an extended period”.
Guests can expect the on-site shows to remain as scheduled until further notice.
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As of now, there is no timetable on when that will be except to say it will take “an extended period”.
Although there are no immediate plans to close down The Mirage, some officials for Hard Rock have stated it is a possibility in the year 2024.
Every aspect of what currently makes The Mirage stand out is going to change in order to match what guests would expect from the Hard Rock brand.
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Currently, The Mirage has over 3000 rooms to choose from at their highly popular casino hotel on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.
What To Expect From Hard Rock Properties
Hard Rock is an upscale brand designed to bring out the spirit of music in every location around the globe.
The brand originated with its famous restaurants and expanded into high-end hotels everywhere from San Diego to Budapest.
Travelers can seemingly go anywhere and find a Hard Rock Cafe.
Those looking for a fun getaway will always be able to find their niche at Hard Rock properties, which include:
- All-inclusive Resorts in magnificent places, such as Cancun and Punta Cana
- Casinos in tourist destinations, such as Atlantic City and soon-to-be Las Vegas
- City Hotels capture the essence of major cities like London, New York, and Guadalajara
- Rock Star Suites to level up and party like a rock star!
- Personal Concierge service through select Rock Royalty rooms
- Multiple Hard Rock properties include Michelin-star restaurants
- Indulgent spa services, including massages and facials
- Pet-Friendly services include cozy memory foam beds, a goodie bag, and a pre-set playlist to keep man’s best friend entertained
Hard Rock: Las Vegas
Guests can look to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida to get a glimpse of the design of what’s coming to the Vegas Strip.
This Florida resort is also constructed in the shape of a massive guitar. While this resort isn’t quite as flashy as the neon lights of Las Vegas, it will give future guests a small preview of what to expect on a grander scale.
Hard Rock spent over a billion dollars to acquire The Mirage, so expectations are very high!
In addition to a total revamp of the current Mirage hotel and casino, Hard Rock plans to implement a new event venue and feature exciting live entertainment.
A new baccarat lounge will soon open, as well as an increased number of slot machines from 800 to 2000 and over 150 new table games to the casino.
A vacant restaurant space is going to be remodeled into the Plum Lounge, which is an exclusive players’ lounge for Hard Rock’s loyal Unity cardholders.
Those anticipating a stay at this new property should check out the official website of Hard Rock Hotels.
In a recent press release, it was said to look toward the end of 2023 for more updates and project renderings of all the new features and attractions of this new Las Vegas destination.
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