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Hard Rock Hotel Maldives, said to be the country’s first and only integrated resort, has opened. Hard Rock International’s 30th property in its portfolio is situated across from the Emboodhoo lagoon. The music-infused hotel boasts 178 guestrooms, ranging from beach villas and family suites to one and two-bedroom overwater villas.

“Hard Rock Hotel Maldives offers the beauty and serenity of the destination perfectly paired with the lifestyle and energy that only the Hard Rock brand can deliver,” said Dale Hipsh, senior vice president of Hard Rock Hotels. “We’re excited to showcase the property’s unique experience and signature brand amenities to locals and visitors from around the world.”

Food and beverage offerings include the brand signature Sessions, where diners are treated to a world of contemporary flavors with indoor and outdoor seating, while The Elephant and The Butterfly presents Latin American-inspired cuisine in a picturesque oceanfront setting.

Just steps away, the Hard Rock Cafe at the Marina @ CROSSROADS offers all-American cuisine, live music, events, and music memorabilia.

Inspired by local Maldivian culture, the property infuses contemporary design with tropical architecture throughout the property, alongside regionally inspired, authentic music memorabilia, including items from regional sensations Chun Xioa and Khun Asanee Chotikul, as well as international superstars like Shakira and Justin Timberlake.

Unique to this hotel, the two-bedroom Silver Family Suite allows parents and kids to stay together in a room with bunk beds and direct beach access, while the Rock Star Villa features outdoor living areas, an infinity pool, a tuk-tuk bar on the terrace, panoramic ocean views. and even a private boat jetty.

For more information on Hard Rock, visit hardrockhotels.com. For a more in-depth look at other Hard Rock properties, click here and here.

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