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Boyd Emerald Lounges

Discussion in 'Comps' started by ndw4golf, Jan 31, 2016.

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  1. ndw4golf

    ndw4golf Newbie

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    I've been Emerald at Boyd's for a couple of years and in January of this year went to Biloxi, MS and noticed thier Emerald Lounge. Thats the first one I've seen, and I've stayed at Orleans, Gold Coast, Sam's Town, in Vegas and Blue Chip in IN. Do they have Emerald Lounges in all Boyd properties or just some. I guess I should have looked, but didn't realize they even had them. Thanks for your help.
     
  2. casky

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    I have not seen any lounges in Vegas.
     
  3. tonysb8

    tonysb8 Low-Roller

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    Yes. The one at the Blue Chip is just past the BConnected desk on the left when you first enter the casino. It is actually part of the Hosts office. There's complimentary bagels, doughnuts, bottled water, juices, coffees, etc. Its for Sapphires & Emerald card holders. I think I remember seeing one of those cappuccino machines as well.

    The one at Sam's Town Tunica is across from the bathrooms by the Roxys Bar (where the bands play) on the 1st floor, I don't think the 2nd floor is open anymore from what I've heard. This one is a big lounge with a bar, tvs, couches, bartender,etc. You have to swipe your emerald card to access and can bring in up to 2 non emerald guests. That's how it was when I was there in like June of 2013.

    Unless I confused it with something else....The one at the Orleans was near the high limit room or the registration desk...somewhere in that area. I remember seeing it, but I did not go in that one. That was this past September.

    I think most of their properties have one. Seems like they're somewhat hidden or not really promoted or in obvious places.
     
  4. MGinCO

    MGinCO Low-Roller

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    The one at Gold Coast was pretty small.
    Also, has the hosts desk.
    All In ever saw was some bottled water.
    The check-in line, has a separate line for Emerald.

    The Orleans one is just left of the registration area.
    You can go in there and check-in, instead of waiting in any long line.
    Again, I did not see any food, drinks, etc...
     
  5. Loverboy

    Loverboy Low-Roller

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    Yes correct...Even had free beer and wine in host office after emerald new years Eve party..like I didn't have enough lol...Blue chip rocks love it
     
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    The one in the Orleans is near check in. There's a TV, a few chairs and an espresso machine for complementary drinks.
     
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