Rocksino by Hard Rock Deadwood greets guests in a new room

The Laxino by Hard Rock Deadwood welcomed hotel guests on Monday, March 11, unveiling nearly two dozen fully renovated luxury rooms and suites. Located in the famous Wild West town of Black Hills, South Dakota, the first boutique hotel/casino of its kind, located in The Laxino by Hard Rock International portfolio, opened to much fanfare last August.

During the 15-month production period, the 22 spacious rooms come in 11 different room types, including a diamond suite, a top-notch three-bedroom unit with king and two queen beds, a two-bedroom king and queen suite, a single king and queen room, and a unit with two twin beds. Standard amenities include a luxury coffee maker, hairdryer, safe bottled water, a large HD TV information center, a ceiling fan, and a refrigerator.

The accommodation features casinos with 86 new state-of-the-art slot machines, full-service restaurants and bars with handmade cocktails, delicious new menus and authentic music memorabilia. Rockshop™ sells customized Laxino by Hard Rock clothing.

“When you combine modern technology with historic architecture originally built in the 1890s, this beautiful property takes Deadwood to a whole new level,” said Steve Slowy, partner and CEO of Slowy Management, which operates 12 different accommodations in the area, including the iconic Block Hotel.

“I’m proud to know that we’re open, and to know that it’s Laxino from Hard Rock Deadwood, who has properties all over the world, and what we’re going to showcase to visitors to this famous Wild West town,” Slowie said.

Marc Oswald, Hard Rock brand partner at Rocksino Venture, noted that the newly revamped guest room has a top-of-the-line bespoke mural depicting a music theme with Black Hills and Badlands scenes, and has come to expect a full real estate sports music accent and standard hard rock memorabilia.

Deadwood-born Trinity Conrad, who serves as property contacts for Nashville’s Oswald and the Hard Rock brand, runs Deadwood Legacy Holdings. They said bringing the Hard Rock brand to the Northern Hills community is already causing international exposure to Roxino, Deadwood, and the entire Black Hills.

“Combined with outdoor seating facing Deadwood’s Outlaw Square, Laxino will quickly be the place to be in this amazing town, with all the entertainment and 24-hour gaming action, as well as regular concerts,” Oswald said. “In addition, Hard Rock International’s more than 300 properties in more than 70 countries around the world are already touting Deadwood’s new Laxino through online efforts and in-property entertainment systems.”

Each room is equipped with a state-of-the-art entertainment system, which allows hotel staff to ask guests what genre of music they prefer at check-in and listen to that style of music when they enter the room. The system also allows guests to access their favorite apps by accessing flight schedules such as major city, local and regional events, weather, pre-programmed radio stations, room yoga, and Bluetooth casting. 바카라사이트

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