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Aria In-Room Breakfast Credit

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by rcrockz, Jun 19, 2012.

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  1. rcrockz

    rcrockz Newbie

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    So the package I am looking at for Aria includes a daily breakfast credit available at the buffet or via in-room dining. I don't eat breakfast. Ever. So what I am wondering is if I ordered lunch via in-room dining, would I be able to apply the credit at checkout. I assume there is a fancy computer way for them to know if the in-room dining I order is breakfast or not. Anyone have any experience with this?
    Either way my rate is good which is why I booked it.
    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. JWBlue

    JWBlue VIP Whale

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    My guess is no. Breakfast menu is probably is a little less expense than lunch menu.

    I would ask when I check in.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I am thinking it is just a dollar credit, and you can eat what you darn well want for breakfast. Who says breakfast is only eggs?
     
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    the way all my food credits at aria have worked is that they have a dollar specific amount they take off food charged to the room. last time my bellagio buffet counted for my buffet credit that was supposed to be aria only. i asked at check-out and they basically admitted having no real way to specifically have the money come out of one place. you can use it anywhere.
     
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    tapakip Low-Roller

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    Well, there's a $99/night with either a $50 resort credit or $100 if you check in on certain days going on right now for Mlife sapphire members. If that's better than your booking, you could always switch over to that deal.

    But yeah, otherwise ask the front desk.
     
  6. rcrockz

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    I'll have to go back and find my confirmation email
     
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    OK. The confirmation email says 50 per day breakfast credit via buffet, cafe, or inroom dining.. It also has a one time 25 dollar resort credit.
    We stay in vegas 10 days at a time for work so the offer that the previous poster mentioned isn't a good deal for us (100 over 10 days is nothing)
    So it will be interesting to see if they give me a hard time about eating breakfast at 8pm in my room! I have a feeling a nice dinner at Sage might be pushing it though.. Also curious to know if it aggregates at a credit or is 50 a day max use it or lose it. My trip is in 3 weeks so I will report back.. Thanks for all the replies so far.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I surely do not know for sure, but if I had to guess.... the $50 will be per day. We get daily money at Gold Strike and Beau Rivage. Always per day, which sometimes does not work great. But, we manage.

    As to eating dinner at SAGE and getting a $50 credit - guessing they MIGHT have a block for that. Who knows. Time of day - again - who is to say what time breakfast is.
     
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