LAS VEGAS | The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas is offering Siouxland residents a special rate at the hotel to check out the property.
The entertainment resort is owned by Brookfield Real Estate Finance Fund II, and managed by WG-Harmon, LLC, a subsidiary of Las Vegas-based Warner Gaming LLC.
Sioux City Entertainment, an Iowa company formed by Warner, has partnered with the local nonproft group Missouri River Historical Development to apply for a state gaming license for a proposed $118.5 million Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City.
Residents of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota are eligible for rates at the Vegas Hard Rock for $45 per night for Sunday through Thursday stays and $95 rate on Friday and Saturday. The low rates are usually available only to hotel family and friends, according to a news release Wednesday.
Rooms must be booked by Feb. 28 for travel between Jan. 25 and April 18, and mention the code PSIOUXC. The latter is the date the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission will award the state gaming license to one of four land-based proposals in Woodbury County.
All guests must show proof of Siouxland residency upon check-in at the Hard Rock Vegas. Upgrades to pool-view rooms and the All-Suite Tower are available for an additional charge, according to the news release.
There are some restricted dates. For more information, click here.
The offer is the latest attempt to build public support for the Sioux City Hard Rock project. On Thursday night, Sioux City Entertainment will host a public event to celebrate the opening of the company's new downtown office at 501 Douglas St., "Hard Rock developers to open Sioux City office."