|The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, which just opened a
new tower, is offering special low rates for 2009 SEMA Show attendees.
It's heating up at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and not just because it's summer in Vegas. The Hard Rock just opened a new hotel tower with 500 rooms and suites, a new "Joint" is now rocking with up to 4,000 people for concerts, a huge conference facility is now available for meetings, and it is now home to a regular gig by the ever-popular Santana. The Hard Rock is truly open for business and ready for the SEMA Show to hit Las Vegas this fall.
To celebrate its new tower, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is proud to offer a drastically reduced rate, as low as $99 per night, in the new Paradise Tower. While rates typically run much higher during peak times, this rate shows the tremendous value that the Hard Rock places on SEMA Show attendees.
You must hurry though, as this rate is only good through September 9, 2009. Afterwards, it returns to $139, and you can only receive this rate by booking through the official SEMA Show housing bureau.
The Hard Rock is not the only hotel in town recognizing the value that the SEMA Show brings to town. Click here to see a full list of SEMA Show-partner hotels that have either extended their early bird rates, offered new early-bird rates, or even lowered their rates through the Show.
Please remember that these incredible deals are only available for a short time and are only available through the official SEMA Show housing bureau.
And if you’ve already booked your rooms through the official housing bureau at any of these participating hotels that have reduced rates, don't worry. Booking through the housing bureau guarantees you the lowest rate, even if rates drop after your reservation—just one of the many benefits of booking through the SEMA Show’s official housing bureau.