Hard Rock Los Cabos to Open in 2016
Monday July 21st, 2014 - 2:05PM PB
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CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO—Marking Hard Rock International’s fourth Mexican destination, Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos, located here will be completed in 2016.
The 600-room property aligns with the company’s aggressive international growth strategy.
“Hard Rock International is pleased to open a fifth resort with the All Inclusive Collection at a time when increasing numbers of travelers are seeking all-inclusive experiences," said Marco Roca, EVP/chief development officer, Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos. "Our collaboration has proven to be a massive success so far, and we look forward to delivering fantastic experiences that rock to guests in yet another beautiful vacation destination."
Frank Maduro, VP of marketing for All Inclusive Collection, added, “Amplifying All Inclusive Collection's strong presence in Mexico and the Caribbean, we're thrilled to continue our partnership with Hard Rock International and launch the new Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos. With unmatched guest services, luxurious all-inclusive amenities and an exotic backdrop, Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos will extend diverse offerings to guests of all ages.”
The resort will feature a modern interpretation of Spanish architecture throughout its six restaurants and multiple pool sites. The resort will also roll out live music performances and amenities, such as the Rock Spa and its newly unveiled Rhythm & Motion spa menu and Body Rock workout facility. Additionally, the property will offer 54,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, music memorabilia, Rock Shop featuring Hard Rock’s merchandise and The Sound of Your Stay – the brand’s music amenity program.
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