1,001 more reasons to visit Genting Highland

Genting Highlands is set to become home to the largest Hard Rock Hotel in Asia, boasting 1,001 rooms when it opens in 2027.

The plan is to seamlessly blend the spirit of Hard Rock with the natural scenery of King's Park, a location that offers a year-round cool climate thanks to its perch amidst a 130-million-year-old tropical jungle on the mid-hills of Genting Highlands.

Hard Rock Genting Highlands is touted to offer an exceptional blend of luxury and rock ‘n' roll fun. It’s designed to cater to solo travellers, groups of friends, and families.

When the doors of the Hard Rock Genting Highlands Hotel swing open in 2027, guests can look forward to 371 opulent hotel rooms and 630 suites, an enticing retail space known as the "Rock Shop," a heated swimming pool, diverse dining options, Rock Spa, and nightly Rock 'n' Roll entertainment.

The launch of Hard Rock Genting Highlands is expected to contribute to Genting Highlands' goal of evolving into a vibrant tourism hub. The aim for Genting Highlands is to attract 53 million tourists by 2026, offering a diverse range of attractions, eco-sports activities, and rich cultural experiences.

Adding to the region's expanding offerings for travellers and visitors, Accor's Swissôtel brand is also set to make its debut in King's Park Genting Highlands in 2028.