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There’s a new Florida getaway for music lovers—and it may be the perfect spot for your next vacation. It’s called the Guitar Hotel, and it towers over a Fort Lauderdale a complex that includes the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.
Covered in aqua glass, the 34-story guitar-shaped structure is a fantasy come true. We’re not overstating it when we say sweet dreams are made of this. With spectacular, soothing rooms that include oversized spa-like marble showers, the Hard Rock Guitar Hotel will keep you spoiled, comfy, and rested for all the activities available on the 13-acre luxury expanse.
Kayak or paddle-board in the manmade lagoon; sip cocktails and bask in the sun as you lounge poolside; sneak away to the quiet beach pool, which boasts an actual sandy shoreline; or live it up at the exciting, energetic day parties.
And, of course, indulge in round-the-clock entertainment at the newly renovated Hard Rock Live venue. Upcoming shows feature legends like Billy Joel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and (swoon) Ringo Starr. Comedy fans are also in luck—the resort’s Comedy Club hosts the likes of Gilbert Gottfried and Jeremy Piven (what? Yep, the Entourage star does stand-up!).
When you’re ready for a break, the amazing 42,000-square-foot Rock Spa & Salon is the perfect place to relax and recharge. Massage and facial treatments on the Rhythm and Motion menu are music-centric, natch, utilizing amplified sound vibrations and pressure patterns for therapeutic bliss.
The Seminole Hard Rock property is also home to a sprawling 195,000-square-foot casino, a nightclub, a food court and a retail wing filled with shops. And if you’re a foodie, you won’t be disappointed. You can enjoy a delicious Japanese dinner at the artisanal restaurant Kuro or super-sumptuous surf and turf at Council Oak Steaks & Seafood. Whatever your choice, you’ll be ready to rock and roll all night, after an exquisite meal at any of the 19 on-site eateries.
Speaking of party nights, each evening at 6:30 and 8:30 to kick things off, there’s a spectacle you won’t want to miss: a mind-blowing musical light show on the facade of the Guitar Hotel itself. Picture it: You’ll be sipping a refreshing watermelon margarita and singing along to your favorite tunes as magic overtakes the exterior of the building—we’re talking light beams mimicking guitar strings, shooting 20,000 feet into the sky! All this while your friends are back home freezing, poor dears.
Queen rooms start at just $179 this time of year—but you can go super-luxe, depending on how large you feel like living. Perhaps the thousand-square-foot Platinum Suite is in your future.
As far as we can tell, just about any vacation on this unique property is like two tickets to paradise. Give yourself something awesome to look forward to in 2020. Book now, and feel life get a little more upbeat in an instant.
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