Arizona’s First Hard Rock Hotel to Open in Scottsdale

Hard Rock International is bringing its $60 million Reverb brand to Scottsdale, set to open in late spring or early summer 2026. 

With only one Reverb hotel currently operating in the U.S. in downtown Atlanta, Reverb by Hard Rock Scottsdale will be one of several cities set to open Reverb hotels, including Tampa, Fla., and Kalamazoo, Mich. 

The 195-room music-focused property will be designed to cater to music fans featuring several spaces to encourage creatives and grow social connections. Developed in partnership with Denver-based ERES Capital, the Scottsdale location will anchor The Sydney, a mixed-use, entertainment-focused development featuring co-working spaces, an outdoor pool and a rooftop bar. 

“Our objective is to create inviting spaces for every traveler while honoring the rich cultural legacy of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community,” says Mike Elliott, CEO of ERES Companies. 

Gensler Architects led the design of the hotel’s five-story building on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community tribal land. The hotel will be central to Scottsdale’s Old Town, baseball stadium, aquarium and Arizona State University. 

Among the spaces set to be featured include:

Constant Grind – Located in the center of the lobby, Constant Grind transforms from a café by day to a bar by night. It is a meeting ground for locals and hotel guests alike to join friends, catch a moment to relax, sip on a cocktail or watch an acoustic performance. 

Reverb Radio – A take on the classic boardroom, the space is designed to resemble a radio station, comfortably seating up to ten people. Reverb Radio room features a soundproof interior, a large round conference table and chairs, a 5’’ smart monitor, and whiteboards. 

Body Rock Gym – Challenge yourself with an exclusive cutting-edge workout from Hard Rock Hotels in partnership with Technogym, which offers sleek, innovative training systems just steps from your room. 

Co-Working Space – A multi-purpose meeting space featuring comfortable chairs, several work zones, a small boardroom table with seating, an oversized smart TV monitor, and a printer and scanner for those using the boardroom. 

Sound Booth – The smallest boardroom, meant for one person to three people, provides intimate soundproof spaces conveniently located just off the lobby for quick access. Take a phone call, tackle work, have a private conversation or hold a small meeting in any of these rooms, and catch a break with the free-to-use amp and guitar.

Reverb Hotels invites guests to an elevated stay experience with “smart” rooms utilizing Amazon’s Alexa devices programmed to offer customized mood lighting, playlists, city guides and entertainment options. 

Learn more about Reverb by Hard Rock at

Photos courtesy Courtesy of Hard Rock International

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