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SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO


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HE ACTION IN FLORIDA JUST KEEPS GETTING hotter at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Florida’s ultimate gaming and enter-


tainment destination offers more than 125 table games, including blackjack, baccarat, mini-baccarat, Pai Gow poker, three-card poker, and Let It Ride. Also available are 2,500 of the most popular Vegas- style slots and gaming machines, including Monop- oly, Draw Poker, Wheel of Fortune, Life of Luxury, Enchanted Unicorn, Cleopatra, Blazin’ Sevens, Double Diamond, Red White & Blue, Sex & the City, Star Wars, Star Trek, Instant Fortune, Double Wild Cherry, and Five Times Pay. High-end gaming rooms for slots and table games and the Plum Lounge give premium customers a lavish experience. A non- smoking gaming room has ATM and redemption machines and its own Players Club booth. The property also features a 12,000-square- foot poker room where players can enjoy a private environment and separate area for tournament play. New 24/7 high-stakes poker allows players to go “all in, all the time.” The poker room offers vari- ous games and tournaments of Limit and No-Limit Texas Hold ’em, Omaha Hi-Lo, and 7-Card Stud. Rock stars, or those want to live like them, can stay in one of 500 luxurious guest rooms inside the AAA Four Diamond–rated hotel. Guests can swim in the 4.5-acre, lagoon-style pool surround- ing the Beach Club Bar, or relax in deluxe pool- side cabanas equipped with TV sets, Nintendo Wii systems, lush lounge chairs, and sofas. Posh day-beds are also available poolside. Looking to be pampered? Get ready for an unforgettable experi- ence that rocks the body and soothes the soul at the Body Rock Spa. Hard Rock Live, a 5,500-seat arena, showcases some of the country’s top music, comedy, sports, and special events. In addition, Paradise Live, a 600-seat theater, offers intimate shows to guests. Seminole Paradise, an adjacent 300,000-square- foot outdoor entertainment complex, features an additional 23 retail shops, 18 restaurants, and 12 bars and lounges wrapped around a courtyard fountain and fronting Lake Paradise. Eighteen restaurants also rock guests’ world.


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Experience what could be the tastiest meatball on the planet at Martorano’s Italian-American Kitchen, or shake your conga beat at Bongo’s Cuban Café, inspired by the personal flair of its founders, superstars Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Get international with the tastes of Tequila Ranch, Tatu, Bluepoint Ocean Grill, Rock ‘N’ Hookah, Renegade Barbeque, Tuscany Italian Bistro, Johnny Rockets, and Hooters. Nowhere else in South Florida can you rock,


roll, disco, shake, shimmy, or just kick back after meetings than at “Seminole Paradise.” The nightlife repertoire includes a variety of venues that will fit your style no matter what. Knighttime Billiards and Murphy’s Law Irish Pub offer live entertainment. For the “dance ‘til dawn” crowd, nightclubs include Pangaea; Gryphon; Passion, a 15,000-square-foot, five-room club with a VIP champagne room; Slims; and Opium. The Improv Comedy Club completes the scene with a bevy of late-night laughs from local and national comic headliners. ■


AT A GLANCE


Guest rooms: 500 Meeting space: 40,000 square feet Amenities: More than 125 table games, 2,500 slots, poker room, 4.5-acre pool, spa, 23 retail shops, 18 restaurants, and much more For more information: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; www.seminolehardrockhollywood.com


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R&R: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has plenty to keep attendees entertained in the evenings — and luxe accommodations in which to rest and recover in preparation for the following day.


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