Asia’s largest Hard Rock Hotel to open at King’s Park Genting Highlands in 2027

Malaysia’s HR Resort & Residences has signed an agreement with the iconic Hard Rock brand to open a Hard Rock hotel within King’s Park in Genting Highlands.

HR Hotel & Residences aims to blend the enduring spirit of Hard Rock with the natural beauty of King’s Park, an integrated entertainment hub and the first Central Business District in Genting Highlands located 1,000m above sea level and offers a year-round cool climate.

Hard Rock Genting Highlands Hotel will be the largest Hard Rock hotel in Asia when it opens

The Hard Rock Genting Highlands Hotel, when open, will boast 371 rooms and 630 suites. The hotel will also feature 200m² of retail space, as well as facilities like a heated swimming pool, dining options, Rock Spa, and nightly Rock ‘n’ Roll excitement in the lounge and bar.

The new partnership was announced at an event held on October 14, attended by Hard Rock International’s senior vice president and head of global business development, Todd Hricko, King’s Park’s group CEO, Jayandren Subramanian, and HR Resort & Residences’ chairman, Lim Kim Chai, as well as King’s Park’s executive vice president, Sean Chen.

Chen said: “Our focus is on creating an unforgettable adventure that fuses the best of high-end design with the freewheeling energy of rock ‘n’ roll. Here at King’s Park, the soon-to-be-open Hard Rock Genting Highlands in Malaysia will represent the pinnacle of high-energy fun, luxury, and elegance for solo travellers, groups of friends, and families alike.”

In his address, Hricko remarked: “Here at Hard Rock, our success is predicated on a love of music and is the perfect synthesis of enjoyment and amusement. Our essence lies in developing the exact experiences people seek for, and I wholeheartedly believe that King’s Park, with its abundant options, would irresistibly lure persons to share in joy, savour drinks and culinary delights, and liberally indulge in adventures.”

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