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Encore check-in ??

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by BigTinFW, Jan 30, 2014.

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  1. BigTinFW

    BigTinFW Tourist

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    I am arriving at the Encore tomorrow afternoon for my first Super Bowl weekend in Vegas. This is the first time I have booked through a casino host. Where is the appropriate check-in location? Any advice is welcome.
    For what it's worth, I like playing the under 48 in the big game.
    Thanks
     
  2. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Are you in a Resort Suite or Tower Suite?


    Resort - There's an "invited guest" line you can use. I believe it's the left-most line as you're looking at the desk. But even the regular lines are usually short and move reasonably quickly. Might be a little longer than usual being Super Bowl WE, though.

    Tower - There's a lounge for RFB guests. I assume you can check in there if you're full RFB (but I don't really know as I'm not RFB). Even if you can't check in there it doesn't really matter. There probably won't be any line even in the regular check-in area (I've never encountered more than one party ahead of me and I've stayed there on some sold out weekends).

    Enjoy and best of luck! :beer:
     
  3. SelfMade

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    I haven't heard about this line before. I've staid at Wynn previously and have my first Encore stay in May. what is the difference between this "invited" line and the others? Only for those booking through a casino host?
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Honestly, I can't remember if I've ever used this line before at Encore (the line usually isn't much shorter - if at all - than the "regular" lines). I have used the invited guest line on the Resort side of Wynn, though. I've used it when comped by a host and when on a marketing offer.
     
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