Why Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas is selling its furniture

The hotel is offering three packages of furniture sets that start at $400

If you’re looking for a new couch, you could head to the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas.

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The hotel announced that it’s selling its furniture to the public as it prepares to close its doors Feb. 3 and reopen under new ownership as the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas in the fall.

The sale begins Feb. 1, according to the Las Vegas Journal Review. And three packages of furniture sets for $400 and $800. The $800 Room Package comes with a king or queen bed frame and headboard but the mattress and bedding aren't included. That package also comes with two nightstands, a sofa, ottoman, end table, two lamps, a dresser, desk and chair, and two 42-inch or larger TVs.

For $400, buys can either choose the hotel’s living room or bedroom package, which includes furniture for each. The hotel will also host a special event dubbed “The Last Great Party,” which will offer cheap food and drinks, and live entertainment from The Growlers band and various DJs.

The company will also deliver the furniture to those in the Las Vegas area.

“It is only fitting that there be a final bash — not just for one night, but a four-day celebration for all to enjoy and especially thank locals and team members for their continued support,” the hotel said on its website. “The party will culminate in a lively and interactive toast event on Saturday, Feb. 1 which is sure to become another part of Las Vegas history.”

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“Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos is thankful for the opportunity to have been affiliated with this iconic Las Vegas property for more than 25 years,” a spokesperson for the company said in a statement to FOX Business. “The brand will continue providing guests around the world with its premium, lifestyle offerings and authentic music experiences."

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The rebrand comes as tourism in Las Vegas is booming. According to a December 2019 report from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, the city hosted more than 42 million visitors during the year, up 1 percent from the year prior, and hit a record number of convention attendance in December, up more than 60 percent from December 2018.

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