PR Between a Hard Rock and a Hotel

From the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, California

So the Divaonthego went to the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, California today to learn all about the namesake hotels.

The PR firm was there as was Michael C. Shindler, exec. vp and Blake smith, global music and marketing mgr.
They did a slide presentation but basically told us little about the hotels (and no press kits were provided either), save that the group was expanding, economy willing, to Budapest and beyond. It’s actually in Bali and London and places you wouldn’t expect.
Blake mentioned some hush hush free music amenities will be added to the already in place perks guests get at the front desk during check-in. But he couldn’t divulge except to say if we went to the San Diego Hard Rock Hotel we might catch a hint or two.
Hmmmm, we did get swag, a very large black Hard Rock robe that would go around me three times and maybe more.
Hey I’m not complaining, just would have like a press kit and more info to report about on my LA Travel Diva Examiner page.
I did get cool photos, though of the Cafe

4 good reasons to high tail if off to Las Vegas

Siegel's gold Spike Girls

If you want to thinking more about plunging necklines than plummeting stock markets, here’s 4 good reasons why you should high tail to Las Vegas now:

Vega$ Baby, Wassup?

Well lots happening in sin city–the lascivious, lecherous, lusciously decadent gaming capital of the world. First Steve Wynn opened his new Encore hotel and while your Diva on the Go couldn’t attend the press opening, I’m planning a visit soon. It looks awesome.

Lots of hotels are sweetening the pot for players with deals, like MonteLago Village, Lake Las Vegas which recently created a new lodging rate structure. The longer guests stay at the hotel, the more they save. The new lodging pricing takes 10 to 30 percent off daily rates, depending on the number of nights booked. When guests book two nights, they get 10 percent off each night,  three night stays get you  20 percent off all three nights and four or five nights will earns a 25 percent off each night, a rate that is equivalent to receiving a free room night. Visitors who book 6 or more nights receive 30 percent off each night’s stay. For example, through March 5, a Luna Studio, which normally is $89 per night midweek, is now $80.10 per night for two nights midweek, $71.20 per night for three nights midweek, and $66.75 per night for four nights midweek (which amounts to one night free). 

MonteLago Village also is introducing substantially lower price points on its packages, good both mid-week and weekends now through March 5.  Per night prices start at only  $64.50 per person for a Luna Studio for the Bed & Breakfast Package, $174.50 per person for the Golf & Spa Package, $144.50 per person for the Tuscany Golf Package, $189.50 per person for the Gondola Dinner Package, $149.50 per person for the LLV Golf Package and $199.50 per person for the Spa Package. 

The unique new price structure will allow Southern Nevada travelers to enjoy the area’s abundant recreation at an ideal time of year. Activities such as water sports— including sailing, fishing and gondola cruises—a choice of golf courses as well as hiking and biking on the surrounding nature preserve make for a relaxing getaway. For lodging reservations at MonteLago Village,  call 866-399-2753/702-564-4700 or visit