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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain now accepting reservations

Nearing its fall 2019 opening, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain began booking room reservations on Aug. 15. The property will feature 170 luxury rooms, including 31 suites and a selection of pool terrace rooms—all while offering live music and entertainment, hospitality, gaming and exceptional cuisine.

“We are excited for our guests to begin making resort reservations to what will become Northern California’s premier gaming, dining, and hospitality destination. This announcement brings us one step closer to officially opening our doors this fall,” said Mark Birtha, president of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain. “The Hard Rock brand provides an experience that is unlike any other and was recently ranked no.1 in hotel guest satisfaction by J.D. Power in the Upper Upscale category. We can’t wait to welcome guests to our newest location to enjoy our world-renowned hospitality.”

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain will feature a large gaming facility with more than 1,800 slot machine and table game positions, along with an outdoor pool and deck area, large meeting space venue and a great selection of bars and restaurants. To date, Hard Rock Cafe, Council Oak Steaks & Seafood and Fresh Harvest restaurants have been announced with more in the pipeline. In true Hard Rock fashion, the property will also include signature brand amenities like the Rock Shop, Body Rock fitness center and brand programs such as The Sound of Your Stay, where guests can have a free guitar sent to their room or a Crosley record player.

Ahead of the opening, fans of the brand and property can sign up for the Wild Card loyalty program online, allowing players to enjoy “authentic experiences that rock” at the new property upon opening or online at the Hard Rock Social Gaming platform while giving members the chance to accumulate loyalty points.

The property will be Hard Rock’s first Vegas-style casino in California and it also marks a historic partnership between two Native American tribes—The Seminole Tribe of Florida, owners of Hard Rock International, and Enterprise Rancheria.

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