Hard Rock Hotel San Diego Announces Fall Opening

The Hard Rock Hotel San Diego announced it will open its doors in late fall of this year. The 12-story property is located at the entrance of San Diego's historic Gaslamp Quarter. The hotel will have 420 suites, including 17 Rock Star Suites, a lobby lounge and rooftop pool bar created by hotelier Rande Gerber, as well as the restaurant Nobu, a retro coffee shop, spa, fourth floor urban garden overlooking the Gaslamp Quarter and 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space. Such amenities allow Hard Rock Hotel San Diego to cater to both business and leisure travelers. Too, in-room technology includes integrated video and sound systems, including a home-theatre entertainment center with 42" LCD high-definition televisions with jack packs to connect a variety of electronic devices. Rooms also will have Wi-Fi Internet access and a laptop safe. Rates will range from $295 to $3,000 a night for double occupancy. Travel agents can start booking the hotel for private reservations in late August and can contact Melisa Olsen at 619-764-6447 for more information. Visit [www.hardrock.com].

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