Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
What We Love
- Rock-n-roll touches like free Fender guitar rentals, DJ mixing equipment, and custom playlists
- Endless entertainment on property, from poolside lounging to high-stakes gambling
- The late-night group sing-alongs at Piano Hollywood
- Big-name acts like Pitbull, Don Henley, and Jason Derulo at the onsite Hard Rock Live
What To Know
- The hotel is somewhat isolated from most other South Florida attractions
- Downtown Fort Lauderdale and the beaches are a 20-minute drive away
- Spacious guest rooms start at 450 square feet
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
This sprawling entertainment complex is a magnet for both locals and tourists thanks to its 5,500-seat Hard Rock Live music venue, 140,000 square feet of slot machines and table games, and dozens of restaurants, bars, and lounges. Channel your inner rock star in one of its 469 guest rooms, outfitted with plush bedding, leather accent furniture, poster-sized black-and-white on-stage photos, and free Fender guitar rentals—but with so much to do, you’re probably not spending much time there. By day, lounge at the extravagant lagoon-style pool featuring 4.5 acres of landscaped palms, a splashy 182-foot waterslide, and private cabanas. In the evening, book a table at classy Council Oak Steaks & Seafood or Kuro for contemporary Japanese, then keep the party going at Center Bar, in the middle of the casino floor, or Piano Hollywood for late-night sing-alongs.
In the Area
The hotel’s suburban location means you’ll have to drive at least 20 minutes to the beach, downtown Fort Lauderdale, and other South Florida attractions—but the good news is there’s plenty to keep you occupied on premises. If you do venture out, the new Burlock Coast Seafare & Spirits is worth the drive to the beachfront Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale, where you can dig in to Florida-sourced dishes like Cedar Key clams and local pork chops. Or, head in the opposite direction for a different kind of adventure at Flamingo Gardens, a 60-acre sanctuary for subtropical plants, champion trees, and native Florida wildlife.
How to Get There
Highly recommended. Excellent and very cozy games rooms.
It was a short stay just passing through but a very well located hotel with excellent services, as well as entertaining; They are finishing remodeling and it will be excellent.
The service is very good.
I would return without a doubt.
As we booked with Amoma, wich company ceased operation there was a problem with the booked room. We visit the hotel for more then 10 years. The booked room was, however i first called the hotel the evening before to get a positive confirmation (wich they gave) cancelled and given to somebody else. If the talled me the evening before that the room was.not paid for i woud have done this myself. Amoma was the company the hotel dealed with, things happen, the hotel confirmed my stay the evening before but i did not expect to be sent away. Very dissapointing and a reason to considder not to visit the hotel again. Sorry, we were loyal and paying guests for many years.(twice a year) May 2020 is on out list but of nothing can be done it was absolutly the last time.
Sorry C van W. Netherlands.
This highly overpriced hotel does not discount for the inconvenience of construction, lack of restaurants, and overall chaos of this place. You are basically paying top rate for the new hotel that is not even open yet as well as the new restaurants and shops that do not exist yet.
Hotel room in North Tower was dark, very dated, lacked adequate and easily accessible electrical outlets. Ironically, we were welcomed with a letter from the Director of Hotel Operations letting us know that we are one of the first guests to occupy this “beautifully renovated room.” Either this letter has been sitting in this room since the 1990s or they placed this letter in the wrong room.
Hard Rock missed the mark with this property. Would not stay here again.