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What We Love

  • The incredible themed suites named after and with design inspired by famed bands, from the Sex Pistols to Nirvana
  • The HRH All-Suite Tower’s posh Vanity nightclub is de rigueur among the city’s A-list revelers
  • The 21 blissful treatment rooms at the Tower’s Reliquary Spa
  • The HRH All-Suite Tower has its own check-in lobby and valet parking separate from rest of hotel
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What To Know

  • The Las Vegas Strip, home to the vast majority of hotels, casinos, shopping and attractions, is a little more than a mile away and best accessed by cab after dark
  • A $25 plus tax nightly resort fee that covers a daily shuttle, WiFi, fitness center and nationwide phone calls will be collected upon checkout from Jetsetter; daily spa access is $25 for hotel guests and $30 for non-hotel guests


  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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The Review

The Hard Rock Las Vegas set a new standard for coolness, especially among off-the-Strip properties, when it opened in 1995. Having helped to turn Vegas into a more youthful, sexier and more glamorous destination, the Hard Rock has continued to up the ante by opening the ultra-plush HRH All-Suite Tower. This 16-story building on the property’s western edge opened in December 2009, functioning as a luxe hotel within a hotel.

When you arrive and check in through the HRH All-Suite Tower’s separate lobby, off which you’ll find an enormous casino space, you immediately feel transported from the considerably greater hubbub of the Hard Rock’s main facilities. This is a quieter, more secluded and far more luxurious property. Rates are higher to match, but prices still compare favorably with other high-end all-suites properties in Vegas (especially if you buy through Jetsetter).

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The HRH All-Suite Tower has several additional amenities: its own spa, the see-and-be-seen Vanity nightclub and direct access to the greatly expanded pool area. And, of course, guests are just a short walk from the Hard Rock’s many hangouts and hot spots, including several noteworthy restaurants and bars, a John Varvatos shoe store and the Love Jones adult boutique. And in case you get bored, there’s always the casino.

How to Get There

HRH All-Suite Tower
4505 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89169 United States



My daughter passed through Las Vegas over the Labor Day weekend and lost her phone at the airport and someone turned it in to security at this hotel with Brian Blazevicz. When I called my daughters number, he answered and asked if my daughter could come pick it up at the hotel, but she had a connecting flight to el paso. Brian didn't hesitate in helping us out to figure out a way to return it back to her in Riverside Ca. Even though we weren't guests here at the hotel, He went above and beyond what others would have done to make sure my daughter had her phone. He agreed to go on his own time the next day on Saturday to package and mail it immediately before the last pickup to make sure it arrived promptly. He sent a picture of the receipt and tracking number to me and she received it Tuesday morning after the holiday. Brian, I wish there were more people like you that aren't there just to do your job, but to have compassion for others and live each day with integrity. Trusting someone these days is getting more and more difficult and I can honestly say that those who come in contact with you each day will appreciate your honesty. I look forward to the day we can stay at this hotel as a family and will pass this information to others who may be visiting and vacationing in Las Vegas. Thanks again Brian for the OUTSTANDING SERVICE AND EXCELLENCE you've demonstrated as a representative of Holiday Royale Suites!!

Smoking goes into units and the air conditioner was filthy

I rented for a month. I knew I would have to pay a non-refundable fee of $300 even though I cleaned it well. I left the unit cleaner than I found it. I am still waiting for the refund of the additional cleaning deposit.
I was told that I should report any issues I found in the unit within the first 3 days of moving in. On the second day I walked in and showed the young lady in the office my cell phone pictures of the multiple small holes in the couch and the really dirty air conditioning unit. I also completed a paper to report the issues with a focus on the dirty air conditioner unit.
Due to the multiple smokers around my unit the second hand smoke was so severe. Between the smoke and dirty air conditioner I wound up with a severe asthma attack and had to go to the emergency room. I did report this and they then gave me a clean unit that same day. Due to the ongoing significant second-hand smoke from the couple across from me and a few neighbors near my unit I arrived home wheezing. I have been on prednisone and inhalers and will see my doctor again tomorrow. I had not needed prednisone for asthma for almost a year, so my asthma was well controlled. I was in class daily from 10 am to after 8 pm daily, so I didn't have time to look for another hotel.

I liked the manager. Sadly, they mislead people by saying that there is no smoking in the rooms. My clothes all had to be washed when I got home and pillows had to be trashed due to smoke. This is an older building and even the manager admitted that the air conditioner will bring the smoke into the units. I share all this detail to prevent others with lung issues from being subjected to health damage.

If you are a smoker or don't mind smoke, then this hotel is a good deal.

Just reviewing based on my experience
Nicklen C

I was very disappointed with the first apartment I was given. I made the mistake of not seeing the room before paying. Attached is the photos of my room. The room was unsanitary and in poor condition for move in. I had unpacked already and began noticing the room's condition. There was a very distant unpleasant odor outside the room and in the room. Also note- there was mold inside the faucet sink and the sewer had backed up in the shower shown in picture.

-rust in sink
-a/c filter needed changed
-light under front door where pests enter and air escapes
-shower head was unsanitary
-cabinets damaged/water damaged/dirty
-previous tenant drew on bathroom wall and wasn't cleaned off

I complained and we received another apartment in much better condition. We unpacked and we were made aware we would need to move from this nicer room to a lower rent apartment. This room cost more and we were shown a third apartment.

The third apartment shown was not in condition to be shown to a tenant. It was unsanitary and had what appeared to be vomit across the tub. We were told the room would be updated with better appliances and a different bed and initially accepted this offer and then declined.

I decided to move somewhere else after this. I unpacked and packed back up two times and never got a chance to be comfortable. I asked for a refund (the policy is no refunds according to the front desk) but was given a refund that cleared in 5 days.

Take this review how you would like to and use it in your decision making here. See a room first and really look at the cleanliness and conditions before placing money down.