Indian-Owned 

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque

 

Address, Phone Number, and General Info

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque Twitter link

Address

: 11000 Broadway SE, Albuquerque, NM 87105  ...map

Toll-Free Phone Number

: (877) 747-5382

Local Phone Number

: (877) 747-5382

Slot/Players Club:



Ownership

: Isleta Pueblo

Management

: Hard Rock International

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino. Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque is also home to nine restaurants and bars. Formerly Isleta Casino & Resort.

Website:

www.hardrockcasinoabq.com
  

Restaurants

505 Fusion (Fine Dining)
Chile Ristra Café & Deli (Casual/Café)
Craves Asian Bistro (Asian)
Daubers Grill (Appetizers/Snacks)
Eagle's Nest Cafe (Casual/Café)
Ma-Tu-Ey Buffet (Buffet)
Pueblo Perks (Coffee Shop)
Tiwa Steakhouse (Steakhouse)
Triple 7 Sports Bar (Bar & Grill)


 

Spas/Salons

The Spa


11000 Broadway SE
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Toll-Free: (877) 747-5382
Local: (877) 747-5382

The Spa Options

Massage: Swedish Massage, Heated Stone Massage, Shiatsu Massage, Couples Massage

Salon Services: Beauty Salon, Facials, Manicures, Pedicures, Waxing

Sauna: Dry Sauna, Wet Sauna

Additional Services: Scrubs, Wraps, Paraffin, Fitness Center



 

Latest News

Isleta re-brands to Hard Rock Casino


KRQE.com, Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 11:30:34 PM

The transformation is complete. Friday, the Isleta Casino and Resort officially became the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque.

A grand opening ceremony complete with dignitaries and guitar smashing kicked things off Friday afternoon.

The Isleta Pueblo's governor and Rep. Harry Teague, D-N.M., spoke during the festivities.

The Hard Rock said they spent millions renovating and remodeling the casino.

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Isleta to rebrand itself as Hard Rock Casino


KOB.com, Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 11:15:11 AM

Hard Rock is coming to New Mexico.

Isleta Casino and Resort announced early Tuesday that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Hard Rock Hotel Holdings, LLC to brand its resort as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

According to a press release from the company, the new resort will include decor, memorabilia and merchandise related to rock and roll music to match the new Hard Rock brand.

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Comments, Reviews & Trip Reports

Author: phil
Posted: Saturday, April 2, 2011
“great place great service ”


Author: Linda G.
Posted: Tuesday, June 29, 2010
“I hope that The Hard Rock gets rid of a lot of the employees that Isleta had because that was the rudist bunch of people that I have ever come across. The casino is nice and the rooms are nice but the employees are very rude. The Hard Rock needs to teach some manners to those Indians. They wouldn't last 5 minutes on another job off of the reservation with the attitudes that they have. I am not usually a predjudist person but after dealing with those Indians on several occassions, I have decided not to give them any more of my money. I used to have compassion for the American Indians but that was before I got to know them. They hate white people and it really shows. But they better think twice about it because I don't think that their own are going to be enough to support it. It is the people that do not live on the reservation that support the place and if they don't learn how to treat people then they will be closing the doors on it. We have been there several times but never again will we patronize that place. We visit alot of casinos; a lot. And we have a lot of friends that do also. Friends that trust our opinion and because of our treatment; they also will not be patronizing the Isleta Casinos. We live in Texas; and we go to Las Vegas two or three times a year and several times throughout the year we visit other casinos in New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. And honestly, outside of Las Vegas, NV.; I have had better luck (money-wise) at Isleta but that doesn't make up for their rudeness. So if you want to visit a casino and have fun; I do not reccomend this place; unless you happen to be a native american. ”



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