...construction barricades are everywhere. The casino floor. The bell desk. The VIP check in. The entire rotunda around the main casino floor.
Seems like there has been some kind of construction going on at HRH since, wow, thinking back... since I've been going to the place.
So years ago, the high limit room moved to make way for H&H Tattoo Co., then it closed to make way for Wasted Space. Then Wasted Space closed and became the sports book. Now the bar portion of the sports book is main registration. The players club desk used to be by security, then it moved to the Joint hallway, now it is back on the main floor next to where VIP check-in used to be. The cigar shop closed to make way for a boutique bar, the new poker room was gutted and changed to a small stage venue. The sundries shop hopped across the hall to a new location. Mr. Lucky's has been renovated with a new entrance location. Everything else in the main room, including the Joint entrance, is shrouded with construction barriers.
And those are just the changes I can think of off the top of my head. I don't understand why HRH always has to be under construction - they may be in better financial shape if they weren't dumping so much money into constant renovations.
Anyway, just thought I'd point it out. Other casinos plan major renovations every few years, but HRH is always under construction.
We know that in Vegas, change is always going to come. But, in this case, will it get you to come to the Hard Rock? Or, come more often? Or, will all this talk of
construction change only keep you away?