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Hard Rock’s first China property arrives in Shenzhen this summer

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Hard Rock Hotels announces the launch of its first hotel in China, Hard Rock Hotel Shenzhen.Slated to open in summer 2017, the new Hard Rock property will offer a luxury stay for modern travelers who are seeking a reprieve from traditional accommodations.With an aim to become a new landmark in the Guangdong region, Hard Rock Hotel Shenzhen will continue the brand’s tradition of presenting memorable moments through music. Travelers can create a hands-on musical experience with the brand’s signature “The Sound of Your Stay” amenity program, offering in-room Fender guitar checkout and DJ-equipment rental, complimentary and delivered to guests’ rooms.The 258 rooms and suites feature a creative mix of music-inspired décor and modern Chinese elements. A range of high-end accommodations, including Studio Suites, Rock Royalty Studio Suites and Rock Star Suite, provide an All-access pass to a luxury VIP experience, as well as views of the entire property that covers more than 44,000 square meters.“We are proud to bring the Hard Rock Hotel experience to Mainland China where consumers are equally passionate about music and travel,” said Peter Wynne, area vice president of operations – Asia Pacific Hotels, Hard Rock Hotels.“While Hard Rock Hotel Shenzhen will offer a one-of-a-kind luxury experience, guests can expect the same music-centered fun as other Hard Rock Hotels around the world. As our brand has proven over the years, nothing is more universal than a love of music and having a great time.”Located in the Mission Hills Centreville, the new hotel is close proximity to the golf course, an extensive range of leisure, wellness and entertainment offerings, as well as the airport and the city center.

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