Las Vegas seems to have a surfeit of hotel suites lately but that hasn't stopped the big names from bringing out new offerings. The Hard Rock Hotel
has unveiled the HRH Tower Suites. The HRH Tower is an all-suite tower set to open on December 28. HRH Tower includes 359 "standard" suites, eight spa villas opening directly to the pool areas, and seven penthouse suites on the 16th floor. Guests in the new towers will have their own VIP entrance and check-in, direct access to the new casino space, luxury Reliquary spa; and Vanity nightclub.
The suites include an integrated wet bar, sitting area, and suite bathroom with cast iron tubs. Each suite in the Tower includes an AMX 12" Touch Panel music system with iPod dock with over 2,000 HRH owned songs and playlists as well as two 40" Sony Bravia LCD TV with DVD players. The seven penthouse suites include: Infinity, Nirvana, Provocateur, Platinum, Ultra Lounge, Stones, and Sex & Pistols. Bathrooms include Grohe bath fixtures with rain showerheads and six handheld shower sprays. The Nirvana Suite (rendering shown above) comes with an outside beach area with a private plunge pool and two enormous four poster draped daybeds.
The Vanity nightclub is lit by a multi-million dollar chandelier that can change color and even broadcast images and the club has two marble bars, a sunken dance floor, 50 VIP booths, an outdoor terrace including five cabanas with direct access to a sky bar and a ladies' lounge with six individual vanity stations and a full length three-way mirror with staff on-hand to fix broken nails, style hair and spruce up makeup. The Reliquary Spa has a Roman Bath, 21 treatment rooms, a private studio for pole dancing lessons and a fitness center. Rates at the tower start at $119.