A Guitar-Shaped Hard Rock Casino to Replace The Mirage Las Vegas

Hard Rock plans to build an iconic Guitar-shaped Hotel which will be located on the famous Las Vegas Strip. // Photo courtesy of Hard Rock International

The Mirage, a Las Vegas Strip icon, will soon close and be rebranded as a Hard Rock hotel and casino.

Hard Rock plans to build a guitar-shaped hotel which will be located on the famous Las Vegas Strip. Photo courtesy Hard Rock International

Las Vegas-based gaming giant MGM Resorts is set to sell The Mirage to Hard Rock International in a $1.075 billion cash deal that’s expected to close in the second half of this year.

Hard Rock plans to build an iconic guitar-shaped hotel in its place, similar in style to its other Hard Rock-branded buildings around the world.

“We are honored to welcome The Mirage’s 3,500 team members to the Hard Rock family,” Jim Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, says in a statement. “When complete, Hard Rock Las Vegas will be a fully integrated resort welcoming meetings, groups, tourists and casino guests from around the world to its nearly 80-acre center-Strip location.”

In its heyday, The Mirage was the largest hotel in the world when it opened in 1989 and was well-known for its 90-foot Strip-side volcano, as well as for its dynamic shopping and entertainment options.

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