The guys over at Hard Rock have well and truly outdone themselves this week with the dramatic reveal of their latest hotel... Which is remarkably in the exact shape of a guitar.
Flordia's skyline now has a gigantic glass guitar in the mix, a truly revolutionary piece of architecture. It stands at 45o feet high, and cost the company an eye-watering $1.5 billion to design and make a reality.
Keep scrolling to read all the details surrounding the latest Hard Rock addition, which has an array of impressive and somewhat over-the-top features... It wouldn't be rock 'n' roll otherwise, would it?
The Hard Rock Cafe is any music fan's dream come true.
via: ShutterstockWith venues spanning across seventy-five different countries, including more than 180 cafes, and twenty-four hotels, rock music fans all across the world are truly spoilt for choice.
Their venues each follow a strict theme...And that's good old fashioned rock 'n' roll.
Every Hard Rock Cafe is dedicated to a variety of famous musicians...
via: ShutterstockAnd features memorabilia such as authentic on-stage outfits, iconic stage props, and musical instruments.
So, quite inevitably...
via: ShutterstockThe electric guitar has become the iconic symbol of The Hard Rock Cafe over the years.
Yet, despite the overwhelming abundance of guitars littered around their venues...
via: ShutterstockThere has never been a Hard Rock venue that's actually a guitar... Or shaped around one, at least.
Until now.Because we've all dreamed of staying inside a giant electric guitar, haven't we?
This dream can now become a reality.Because the guys (and mainly the incredibly talented architects) at Hard Rock have pulled out all the stops by building a guitar-shaped hotel. Now that's what you call rock 'n' roll.
It is the world's first-ever guitar Hotel.
via: 7 News MiamiThis incredible piece of architecture has come as a part of the $1.5 billion expansion at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Florida.
The hotel has completely redefined Florida's skyline.
via: Hard RockThe building has been designed to resemble back-t0-back Gibson Les Paul style electric guitars... Minus the fretboards, of course.
The hotel has been in the woodworks for quite some time...
via: Hard Rock"The idea has actually been floating around since late 2006," said James Allen, CEO of Seminole Gaming and chairman of Hard Rock International, in June last year. "People tell me, 'You're a little crazy to build a hotel in the shape of a guitar.'"