Hard Rock Hotel and Residences to be developed at Lake Texoma

January 17, 2024
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This is the result of a partnership between Hard Rock and Pointe Vista.

Tribal operator Hard Rock International and Pointe Vista Holding Company have announced development plans for the Hard Rock Hotel at Lake Texoma and The Residences at the Hard Rock Hotel Lake Texoma. 

Construction will begin in March 2024, with a planned opening in Q2 2026, with the hotel set to be within the Pointe Vista development, joining a 2,700-acre master-planned resort community. 

The resort community features over 19 miles of shoreline, a golf course, enclosed waterpark, family entertainment center, amphitheater, casino and much more. 

The new hotel at Lake Texoma will have the usual Hard Rock guitar at the main entrance and is set to have 189 rooms with 25 suites and 168 residence rentals. Alongside having a 18,000-square-foot conference center, the property will have other amenities such as rooftop bar, fine dining, 11-acre Carribean Bay water area, etc. 

Hard Rock International SVP and Head of Global Hotel Development Todd Hricko said, "We're excited to expand our award-winning hotel portfolio and bring our unique brand of hospitality and entertainment to Lake Texoma and the Pointe Vista development. 

"We're especially thankful to Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt for his support of our new Hard Rock development in Pointe Vista." 

Pointe Vista Holding Company CEO Mark Fischer added, "Our collaboration will be a great success with Hard Rock International and a very positive contribution to the Pointe Vista community. 

"We're thrilled to create a unique residence and entertainment destination." 

Towards the start of this year, the Kenosha City Council in Wisconsin approved a deal with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin to move forward with the Tribe’s casino project, which is in partnership with Hard Rock International. 

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