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KISS takes over The Joint in less than one month >>

#KISSROCKSVEGAS #Vegas #Kiss #HardRockHotelLV  
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#ICYMI: It was another star-studded weekend at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas with +Floyd Mayweather, Justin Bieber, French Montana, Jamie Foxx, Fabolous, Schoolboy Q and many more! #Vegas
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It's a beautiful day for #Vegas.
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Which artist inspires you?
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That guy is one of them
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05.21.14 | Guns N' Roses - An Evening of Destruction. No Trickery! at The Joint
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Mix things up in #Vegas, with the help of experts.

Culinary Dropout's skilled mixologists craft deliciously unique cocktails at Hard Rock Hotel daily. Join them for happy hour and see what all the fuss is about:
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Hey +USA TODAY! Thanks for naming us one of the 10 Best Rock and Roll Hotels in the USA!
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Did you know: Our HRH All-Suite Tower has its own separate lobby and registration area, so you can check in and rock out in luxury.
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I stayed there in July, it was amazing! 
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Pool season isn't over yet! Come relax with us.
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Whether you’re partying in Vegas or just drinking like you are, Blowfish is now the Official Hangover Remedy of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.
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In a #Vegas state of mind? We don't blame you.
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Just announced: The Legends of Hip Hop are coming to #Vegas.

DMX, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane, Naughty By Nature, Biz Markie, Slick Rick, Black Sheep & Rob Base play The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in one night on Saturday, August 2. 

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Use code HRHLEGENDS to get presale tickets this Wednesday at 10:
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4455 Paradise Rd Las Vegas, NV 89169
4455 Paradise RoadUSNevadaLas Vegas89169
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Rock 'n' roll-themed casino resort featuring concerts, music memorabilia & a lively pool scene.- Google
"Great room, great staff, great food, great atmosphere!!"
"Food was simple hot dogs, nachos, chicken sliders, philly cheese steaks."
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Stephen Welch
2 months ago
We took a cab over to the Hard Rock hotel solely for the fact that we heard they had a $10 prime rib dinner at Mr. Lucky. It was $10.99 but you had to be a back stage pass holder. We weren't, but the waiter put the order in while I went and signed up for free. When the food came out it was delicious, plenty of it and it all tasted great. Even the fries were some of the best I've ever had. My wife's prime rib was cooked to perfection, and my french dip sandwich was plenty full and satisfying.
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Cody Nicholson
a month ago
Always a wonderful time at HRH. Circular layout of main casino is helpful for navigating. Rehab is great day club, Ton of fun! Convention rooms are great. Pink Taco is super tasty! Love the diner, classic rock n' roll staple! Harmon tower is beautiful-- rooms are very modern and have substance to them. You don't feel like you're going to break furniture just to sit on it. Big open showers, DEEP bath tub-- took almost 15 minutes to fill!!
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Gil Arturo Lopez
a month ago
I stayed for the first time here at the Paradise Tower (new tower) they have lots of memorabilia through out the property which is very cool. The room was very nice (pool view) overlooking to the airport and to the end of the strip (Mandalay Bay, MGM, Luxor) beds were comfortable but extremely soft to my taste, bathroom had double vanity sink but my favorite part was the shower! Why I give 4 ☆? Even I was very please with the room, my experience at the casino/bars area not so much... there it is a main bar in the middle of the casino but they don't allow "outside food" not even food you purchase in inside property... shouldn't the guest experience be a main priority? Fortunately I only spent 1 night at the bar and I was not pleased. Although there it is many restaurants in property so there it is plenty to choose from. Anyhow, if you are looking to stay at this property I will recommend! *BEWARE* If you booked online you may or may not be told about resort fees which are around $50 x night that you have to pay up front when checking in.
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Matt Olson
in the last week
Rooms are nice. Walk along way to your room but you get to see some great rock n roll memorabilia. Aweful slot payouts. 6 people in my group played. Nobody won much at all. No indoor pool. About 20 min walk from strip.
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Charles Nicklestein
a week ago
- Don't ever go here for the Concerts/shows, , these morons can't schedule a show correctly, nor do they post the correct information on the website. Went to a show on Sunday night, doors at 7pm, show at 8pm. Guess what, apparently doors were open all day & the show started at 6pm. Missed 2 bands that I wanted to see & the lady at the office was just like " Oh we changed the times". I said, "Is there some reason you can't update the website?, how the hell am I supposed to know that." - Ridiculously overpriced drinks. For a place that isn't even on the strip & isn't really nice either, the price of drinks is a joke. Bring your own. This place blows chunks. Don't waste your precious time on this planet at this worthless excuse of a casino.
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Diane Sader
a month ago
I stay here every year for a week and have never been disappointed. I always stay in the 2 queen suite in the HRH tower. The beds are to die for soft and comfy. Room is separated by pocket doors, living area and bedroom. Never use the mini bar, but it's there. My only disappointment is no coffee maker in room. I need my coffee before the public wants to see me. No other hotel on the strip give you what you get here for the price of this room. I love this place!!!!
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Louis DeMaioribus
2 months ago
Plenty of available entertainment, like all Strip casinos. The guy at check-in was awesome. He was upbeat, informative, down to earth, and focused on us and only us until he was finished assisting us. The room was pretty clean, but not perfect. The bathroom was small and lacked luxury but did the job. Our view was a nice surprise. Pizza Forte was very good with good, fast service and very good pizza. Their Caesar salad was average at best.
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May Chen
2 months ago
Great customer service, but like all Vegas hotels, it's quite smoky inside. They also spray vanilla scented air freshener everywhere, which makes the whole place smell like a strip club dressing room. I'm staying for a multi-day convention, so I've rented rooms for 3 nights. I'm in the Paradise Tower overlooking the pool -- this is definitely a party club, so you can definitely hear the music pumping all afternoon into the night. The beds aren't the most comfortable, and the pillows are like giant fluffy boulders. Nevertheless, it's clean and that's pretty much all I need. The room is also spacious enough for my needs. I liked the food at Mr. Lucky's. (The rehab omelette really hits the spot without feeling to heavy afterwards.)
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