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Curtain Up at Hard Rock Hotel

Clothes worn by Kurt Cobain and David Bowie are among the memorabilia on display in Ireland's first Hard Rock Hotel which has opened at 18 Exchange Street Upper in the dhardrock0220Temple Bar area of Dublin.
The new hotel is being operated by Hard Rock in collaboration with Irish hospitality group Tifco and includes 120 bedrooms.
Guests can borrow a Fender guitar to play in their rooms or engage in yoga sessions.
 The hotel  features displays  of memorabilia and decorations related to an assortment of musicians, including Kurt Cobain, David Bowie, Phil Lynott and U2.


 The property features 120 guest bedrooms and suites furnished to a high standard, with warm woods, rustic stone, bespoke Ulster carpets and sumptuous patterned fabrics.
Hard Rock Hotel Dublin also boasts an inviting all-day restaurant.
 In true Hard Rock style, the hotel has an array of signature brand offerings, including The Sound of Your Stay music programme, which lets you set the mood with a complimentary vinyl player and picks from the record collection. You can even rock out with an in-room jam session by borrowing a Fender guitar, amp and headphones from the hotel. The property also offers the newly launched wellness program Rock Om, an in-room yoga experience that puts a fresh spin on a timeless tradition by fusing together the ancient serenity of yoga with the beats of modern music.



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