Where to work: Hard Rock to open 200-room resort on “The Original American Beach”
Orlando, Florida – 15 June 2017 –
Hard Rock International plans to open its fourth property in Florida, bringing the brand’s iconic vibe to Daytona Beach in late 2017. The 200-key property will bring unparalleled music offerings and amenities to one of Florida’s most well known vacation destinations. The beachfront property is in collaboration with Summit Hospitality Management Group and managed by Hard Rock International.
rue to the Hard Rock brand, the property will feature brand exclusive offerings including a Body Rock workout facility, and a Rock Spa complete with the music-infused Rhythm & Motion spa menu, six treatment rooms, a manicure/pedicure station and poolside cabanas with spa services. In the lobby, the world famous Rock Shop will feature Hard Rock’s iconic merchandise. Keeping families in mind, young rockers can hang out in the brand’s signature hotspot, the Hard Rock Roxity Kids Club. Additionally, the property will boast The Sound of Your Stay music amenity program, allowing guests to unleash their inner rock star – whether setting the mood with complimentary vinyl player and records or nailing power chords on a Fender guitar during an in-room jam session.
Catering to the unique needs of business and leisure travelers, Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach will provide 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, including bright meeting rooms with views of the Atlantic Ocean and an open-air terrace suitable for any meeting or special event needs.
Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach will offer an array of amenities where guests will enjoy all-day dining, 24-hour in-room dining, a grab-and-go coffee shop and a poolside bar and grill. The beachfront property will include an expansive swimming pool and deck, offering guests panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. In addition to the hotel’s beachfront activities, guests will enjoy nearby outdoor experiences, ranging from paddle boarding on the Halifax River to deep-sea fishing out of the Ponce de Leon Inlet.