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After investing $10 million in the property, the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Spring is gone.

After investing $10 million in the property, the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Spring is gone.

After nearly 5 years and investing $10 million in the property, the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Spring is gone. 

The Hard Rock International said their departure April 26th is beyond their control and no further comment. But the Palm Springs Mayor, Robert Moon has a theory.

 

Entrance to the Hard Rock Hotel Courtesy Photo

Entrance to the Hard Rock Hotel Courtesy Photo

“The hotels seems to continue to do well, however this brand did not seem to work here that well,” Moon said. “But it is a great location, it’s got a great ball room the hard rock really upgraded the pool and a lot of the outside areas.”

Upgrades that will be enjoyed by a company that knows the building very well.

The mayor said, “It’s not going to be closed, no, my understanding is that it is going to go back to being Hotel Zoso again, which it was before Hard Rock took over.”

A spokeswoman for the hotel’s corporate office said the transition to the new owners will happen immediately on April 26, with the 132 employees staying under the new management.

The hotel will remain open during the Stagecoach Festival and the white party without interruption.

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