Dunkin' Donuts opens at Las Vegas Hard Rock hotel

This new restaurant marks the first Dunkin' Donuts ever to be opened in a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has partnered with the largest travel retailer in North America, Hudson Group to unveil six new shops totaling 14,500 square feet and adding to the resort’s diverse retail and dining collection. One of the new offerings is Dunkin’ Donuts.

This new restaurant marks the first Dunkin' Donuts ever to be opened in a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and will serve as the brand's 27th restaurant to open throughout the state of Nevada.

“Hard Rock Hotel is committed to delivering exceptional, one-of-a-kind experiences to our guests,” said Jody Lake, chief operating officer at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. “With the Hudson Group partnership, guests will be able to take advantage of a fresh, unique shopping environment in addition to our outstanding lineup of first-class entertainment, innovative gaming, high-energy nightlight, daylife and music scene and acclaimed restaurants.”

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Design elements incorporate Hudson Group’s successful specialty and travel-essential concepts with a unique twist, showcasing eclectic features such as custom island vitrines, bright color schemes, hip décor and edgy textures for optimal guest engagement and visibility.

The Dunkin’ Donuts outlet is a high-energy mash-up of bubblegum rock and pop art that brings excitement to the iconic 1,546-square-foot coffee and baked goods eatery. The state-of-the-art restaurant can be found on the first floor of the hotel and is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week, serving Dunkin' Donuts' menu of food and beverages, including its signature hot and iced coffees and doughnuts.

"We are excited to have opened a new Dunkin' Donuts restaurant in this landmark establishment near the famous Las Vegas strip. We look forward to our continued partnership with such a knowledgeable and experienced retailer like Hudson Group," said Chris Burr, director of non-traditional development, Dunkin' Brands. "The hospitality industry is a great way for us to broaden our brand awareness and introduce our signature coffees and baked goods to a new and ever-evolving audience nationwide."

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