CHECK IN. ROCK OUT. | TWO COOL BRANDS. ONE COOL EXPERIENCE.
Gratification. That's what the luxury brand experience should embody. And what's more gratifying than getting a unique amenity like a world class Gibson guitar delivered to your room at no charge? The first power chord you nail after that six hour meeting, that's what. So forget in-room movies. Just Check In and Rock Out. Only at Hard Rock Hotels.
Guests may choose from Gibson's SG Standard and Les Paul Studio, as we've got plenty (see the guitar descriptions below). Plus, with the Pocket Pod Amps and high-def ‘Beats by Dr. Dre' headphones we'll also provide, you can rock out at hard as you want with zero noise complaints. As there's no charge or time limit to the program, we encourage you to sample the guitars and keep them for as long as you're staying in the Hotel. The only thing we'll ask for is a Loaner Agreement (see below) and a major credit card.
To inquire about availability during your stay, connect with our Concierge Team at 619-764-6484, x6484 from your in-suite phone, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SG Standard
When it first hit the scene back in 1961, the Gibson SG (short for Solid Guitar) was the most radical design the electric guitar world had witnessed, and its blazing fast neck and aggressively raw sound make it an equally bold statement today. Over the years, it's been rocked by Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, Carlos Santana, Jerry Garcia, Jimmy Page, and plenty of other guitar stars. Now it's your turn.
The SG Special
The stripped-down sibling of the SG Standard, the SG Special has always been a favorite of non-nonsense rock'n'rollers. Unlike the single coils of the ’60s, the SG Special carries a pair of hard-rockin' humbucking pickups, along with the legendary pairing of a Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece. In short, it’s got everything you need to rock with the best of 'em, and nothing to get in the way.
Les Paul Studio
This might be the greatest electric guitar ever produced. Jimmy Page and Slash created some of the mightiest rock and roll ever with their Les Pauls, yet Bob Marley found it perfect for soul-stirring reggae. And its creator, Les Paul himself, played jazz. Whatever sound you can dream up, the Les Paul will take you there.