About Hard Rock Hotels Made for Music

Hard Rock Hotels span the globe with an uncompromising dedication to hospitality that promises so much more than merely a place to stay. We embrace the culture and character of each of our all-inclusive resorts collection locations with an energy and enthusiasm only found at Hard Rock.

The Hard Rock Hotels Story

Our hotels are rooted in the spirit of music that all began with a guitar donated by rock legend Eric Clapton to London’s original Hard Rock Cafe. We offer a suite of services for guests that value the VIP treatment. And we welcome people from all walks of life in an all-inclusive way.

Every Hard Rock Hotel takes the spirit of its destination and blends it with our vibrant collection of music and memorabilia. At Hard Rock Hotels, anything can happen. What you get out of the experience is up to you.


While music is the heart of Hard Rock, philanthropy is its soul. Since opening in 1971, Hard Rock International is committed to making a difference through a wide variety of philanthropic causes and activities. Hard Rock’s guiding principle, “Love All – Serve All,” encompasses the brand’s dedication to its core mantras – “Save The Planet,” “Take Time To Be Kind” and “All is One.”


For more than 45 years, Hard Rock International has made it both its business and its abiding passion to make the earth a safer, healthier and better place to live. From our partnerships, charities and events to select merchandise and music, we strive to make the world a much better place by raising money, awareness and hope.


In 2016, Hard Rock International launched the Hard Rock Heals Foundation in order to unite all philanthropic efforts, under one charity platform to benefit one common goal: making the world a better place through music. Through it's motto: Love.Amplified., the foundation provides grants and assistance to music-centric, health and wellness programs worldwide. 

History in the Making

First cafe opened at Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London, founded by two Americans Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton in 1971. The Seminole Tribe of Florida purchased Hard Rock in 2007 which now has venues in more than 76 countries around the world.


Historic Memorabilia Collection

The largest memorabilia collection in the world including autographed guitars, costumes from world tours and rare photographs.