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Diamond lounges

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Vegaspokerguy, May 25, 2012.

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  1. Vegaspokerguy

    Vegaspokerguy Newbie

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    I've brought one guest in with me in the past (Which is allowed), do you guys think they would let me bring in two guests at the same time? If not, how much do they charge for a third?
     
  2. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    We had 4 Diamond cardholders and 5 guests and they would not allow 1 extra at Paris. 1 of the Diamond folks went and got a host and they ok'd it. Big hassle for nothing. Not sure is anyone else had luck at another casino....
     
  3. Larry76

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    I often hit Vegas alone, and on almost every trip there is somebody in front of me holding up the line trying to get an extra person in. I always volunteer to let the 3rd person be my guest.
     
  4. mrstealth

    mrstealth High-Roller

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    First, you cannot pay to bring in a guest. The host / hostess is not in a position to even accept cash, they are only there to verify you are still a valid diamond or 7-stars.

    7-stars I believe are allowed to take in 2 (maybe 3 guests).

    On a busy weekend or holiday your chances of bringing a guest in are quite small. On a slow midweek night you could try, but as the other poster(s) have stated, I have never seen them allow more than 1 guest in for a diamond.

    Also, guests MUST be over 21 years of age in all diamond lounges.


    The only other option would be to try and find a single and see if they would check you in as their guest.
     
  5. oghuman

    oghuman High-Roller

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    I put in a question regarding bringing an extra person and they were quite adamant about bringing in only one guest. Plus, they said there is no way to pay for a third person.
    However, I was able to bring in a second guest two years ago when I asked if I could pay, the host just waved all 3 of us in at Paris.
    My suggestion is to to try it and the worst thing they can say is no. Just say
    in Atlantic City you can pay $25 off your reward credits for an extra person.
     
  6. Brensan

    Brensan Low-Roller

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    Just what exactly is a Diamond lounge? I really never play much at CET properties, so am no where close to Diamond or 7 star level - but I'm curious. What's in those lounges, and why are they so exclusive? Am I missing out on something really great??:confused2:
     
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  7. engicedave

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    They vary, but basically a lounge w/free drinks and snackies... fruits and cheese...at dinner time, some small Hors d'oeuvres,
     
  8. blacksox1

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    Flamingo will not allow any extra guests. Or the Rio.
     
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  9. leo21

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    I think 7Stars get two guests. For Diamonds, you have to get a host to approve it and I don't know what criteria they look for in allowing it. The person swiping cards at the door in the Vegas lounges aren't hosts and can't override policy.
     
  10. LAV

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    Not true, unless they recently changed the policy. 7stars can bring only one guest as well. When seven stars first came out, we were able to bring up to 5 guests. Times changed apparently.
     
  11. mickeydfly13

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    YMMV, but I have been able to get 2 guests in as a Diamond card holder. Did it in April at Paris.
     
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