Hard Rock’s All-Inclusive Hotels Remove Resort Credit

AIC Hotel Group has announced that the company's all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in Mexico and the Dominican Republic are officially putting an end to the use of a resort credit. In its place, the new Limitless All-Inclusive concept will make its debut with bookings from September 15, 2018, for travel beginning January 6, 2019, at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana, Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, Hard Rock Hotel Cancun, Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta and Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos (coming in 2019).

This change gives all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels the ability to offer a fully all-inclusive vacation with exclusive experiences like golf at Jack Nicklaus and Robert von Hagge-designed Hard Rock courses, select Rock Spa treatments, tours and excursions, POSH Beauty Salon, barber shop services and more included in the stay. Limitless All-Inclusive replaces the use of resort credit, presenting guests with unlimited access to each of these amenities for a 25 percent service fee. 

Hard Rock’s Limitless All-Inclusive gets rid of the cap on resort credit dollars and allows vacationers to fully indulge in the resorts’ offerings. Whether it’s playing a round of golf at the world’s only Hard Rock golf courses, relaxing at the spa with a Rhythm & Motion treatment, fine dining or an action-packed adventure at the region’s cenotes, there are a range of different activities. 

Hard Rock International (HRI) has venues in 74 countries, including 185 cafes, 25 hotels and 12 casinos. The company owns, licenses and/or manages hotel and casino properties worldwide. Destinations include the company’s two most successful Hotel and Casino properties in Tampa and Hollywood, Florida, both owned and operated by HRI parent company The Seminole Tribe of Florida, as well as other locations including Atlantic City, Bali, Cancun, Daytona Beach, Ibiza, Las Vegas, and San Diego

For more information, visit www.hardrockhotels.com.

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