Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Expands Meetings Space

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas will be adding 75,000 square feet of full-service meetings and convention space. As part of Hard Rock’s $750 million expansion and renovation, the 40-total meeting rooms will have modern, rock décor and include up-to-date technology, such as built in flat-screens with projection capability, wireless Internet and CAT5 cabling.

Upon completion in Spring 2009, the 82,000 square feet of flexible meeting space will include Muse and Artist Halls totaling over 25,000 square feet combined. The Joint, a new concert and events facility, has state-of-the-art sound and video systems— including simulcast capabilities— for up to 4,000 guests. The Studio Collection in the new Paradise Tower provides intimate settings for breakout sessions and meetings.

Additionally, Hard Rock is adding 860 new guest rooms, totaling 1,525 rooms and suites; including HRH, an all-suite 15-story tower and Paradise Tower, a 17-story tower adjacent to the new meeting space.  

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