Introducing The Hard Rock Heals Suite

In honor of the recent launch of the Hard Rock Heals Foundation, a global organization aiming to improve lives through the power of music, Seminole Hard Rock Tampa invites guests to experience the limited time Hard Rock Heals Suite.

Upon check-in for stays taking place between now and November 12, 2016, guests will have the exclusive opportunity to upgrade their stay to the Hard Rock Heals Suite, pending availability. Supporting the brand’s goal of raising $10 million for global music charities by 2021, 15 percent of room revenue will be donated to the Hard Rock Heals Foundation.


Carefully designed to deliver an exceptionally serene space for relaxation and recharging, the Hard Rock Heals Suite is outfitted with an iPad featuring guided meditations and Hard Rock’s “Healing at the Speed of Sound” playlist. Integrated with binaural beats, the “Healing at the Speed of Sound” playlist provides guests with a restorative audio experience, transporting them into a therapeutic state of relaxation. The suite also comes equipped with a JBL Authentics L8 speaker and Maduka yoga mat.

“Music and philanthropy are the heart and soul of Hard Rock and we’re thrilled to be a part of the brand’s dedicated effort to make the world a better place through music,” said John Fontana, Seminole Hard Rock Tampa’s President.

Since 1971, Hard Rock International has been committed to two consistent brand pillars, music and philanthropy. The Hard Rock Heals Foundation provides grants and assistance to music-centric health and wellness programs worldwide, including the foundation’s inaugural partners MyMusicRx, Musicians on Call, Stax Academy, Street Symphony, Bombay Teen Challenge and Nordoff Robbins.

All funds raised through Hard Rock’s various philanthropic efforts at Seminole Hard Rock Tampa will be used to support global and local efforts that tie closely to Hard Rock’s greatest brand differentiator – music.

For more information on Hard Rock International and the Hard Rock Heals Foundation, please visit