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Le Taj Mahal AC résussité

Messagede Monsieur G » 15 Avr 2017, 15:51

Guitars oust minarets as Hard Rock redoes Taj Mahal casino.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Donald Trump, domes and minarets are out.
Rock 'n' roll and guitars — lots of guitars — are in as the Hard Rock chain re-does Atlantic City's former Trump Taj Mahal casino.
The company owned by Florida's Seminole Indian tribe on Wednesday unveiled its $375 million plan for the shuttered casino resort, which it bought last month from billionaire investor Carl Icahn, and plans to reopen by summer 2018.
It will draw on the world's largest collection of music memorabilia to help brand the new resort, with a decided New Jersey slant.
Few things are more New Jersey than the mob and Bruce Springsteen, and Hard Rock rolled out someone who embodies both to help reintroduce the resort. Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen's E Street band and "Sopranos" TV fame, said he'll periodically broadcast his radio show, "Little Steven's Underground Garage" from there, and will help organize beach concerts.
"It's a timeless place where you can come, and for the younger generations that feel like they missed the rock 'n' roll era when it first came along, we make sure that they get the experience," said Van Zandt, who plays guitar with Springsteen and portrayed mobster Silvio Dante on the HBO mob series. "The spirit of rock 'n' roll is still alive; you didn't miss it."

Now-President Donald Trump built the Taj Mahal in 1990, but lost control of it and two other Atlantic City casinos in a series of bankruptcies that happened before Icahn scooped it up last year from yet another bankruptcy. Icahn shut the casino in October after a crippling strike that sought to restore workers' health insurance and pension benefits that were eliminated in bankruptcy court.
Its literally over-the-top decor of Indian-inspired domes and minarets soon will be a thing of the past; the purple carpet that Trump loved was ripped out long ago.
"There will not be one — and underscore the word 'one' — piece of design, architecture, minaret or anything left over from the Taj Mahal," Hard Rock CEO Jim Allen said. "We are removing it all."
It its place will be items from the world's largest music memorabilia collection. Hotel guests will even be lent Fender electric guitars to play in their rooms.

https://lasvegassun.com/news/2017/apr/0 ... 1492188686
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Re: Le Taj Mahal AC résussité

Messagede Monsieur G » 11 Mai 2018, 01:43

Ouverture du Hard Rock Atlantic City prévue pour le 28 juin 2018

https://hardrockhotelatlanticcity.com/
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