Hard Rock Cancun

Hard Rock International recently opened a brand-spanking-new Hard Rock Hotel in the warm-weather getaway of Cancun. One of only 3 all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels, the Cancun addition has more than 600 rooms, 5 restaurants, 5 bars, 12 stories, Rock Star Suites and, of course, an extensive collection of authentic music memorabilia.

Set against white-sand beaches and the Caribbean Sea, the Hard Rock Hotel Cancun transcends guests into an edgy, rock star world with its “Welcome to the Jungle” design. From the guitar-shaped driveway and the lobby’s neon-lit glass staircase to sheer metallic curtains and dramatic lighting, the hotel’s VIP vibe is enhanced by the memorabilia lining the walls, with signature pieces from Paul McCartney, Melissa Etheridge, Alice in Chains and more.

From Cancun, we head to Seattle to The Edgewater Hotel – which Conde Nast Traveler named one of the “World’s Best Places to Stay” – and their “Rock N’ Roll Romance” package. At the only waterfront hotel in Seattle, enjoy VIP treatment while taking in the panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains and Seattle skyline. You’ll be treated to overnight accommodations, a velvet-roped dinner for 2 at the award-winning Six Seven seafood restaurant, tickets to the Frank Gehry-designed pop culture museum called the Experience Music Project, a Beatles book and a map of nearby music hot spots.

Relax by the river-rock fireplaces in the handcrafted pine furniture, and revel in true rock star luxury. Call the hotel directly at 800-624-0670 to make your reservation.


Hotels, Luxury

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