Picture the perfect location for your next meeting. Now picture that same event against an epic backdrop of warm summer sand and dazzling ocean view. Seems unreal, right? Well, that’s exactly what you get when you host your next convention at the two new, all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in Cancun and Vallarta, Mexico.
Officially opening August 1st, 2012, the newly introduced Hard Rock Hotel Cancun and Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta are the ultimate destination for any meeting thanks to their stellar mix of rock and relaxation.
Book using our special Pre Opening Promotion and land your next meeting a legendary rock star treatment and all-inclusive experience* with banquets, receptions and coffee breaks, all included. Along with free internet access and complimentary phone calls to the Continental US and Canada. You’ll also receives a 5% credit for AV, décor and entertainment to help guarantee a little more sunshine and rhythm to your meeting.
And, let’s face it. Business doesn’t just happen in the boardroom. That’s why you’ll score a $100 USD resort credit per room, per night to use at the prestigious Rock Spa® or toward a little time on the green at the nearby golf courses when you book your next stay before August 1, 2012 – perfect for that all-inclusive play every meeting deserves.
The two new locations join a family of Hard Rock all-inclusive locations offering an ideal meeting experience. At the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana, you can enjoy some R and R at the Rock Spa®, tee off at an18-hole golf course designed exclusively by Jack Nicklaus, or enjoy one of the Caribbean’s largest casinos.
Combining the best of the corporate world with the fun of the Caribbean and Mexico, the new all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in Cancun and Puerto Vallarta are making for one unforgettable meeting experience.
For more information on the new properties and all-inclusive meetings, call 877-403-1547, or visit allinclusivemeetings.com.
Terms & Conditions:
*Booking Window: now – August 1, 2012. Only Applicable to New Bookings. Travel Window: after August 1, 2012. The use of Resort Credit requires the payment of taxes and fees. Restrictions apply and subject to change.