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Visa Signature Hotel Collection

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Rutgerskid, Mar 26, 2014.

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  1. Rutgerskid

    Rutgerskid Tourist

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    Does anyone have any experience with using the Visa Signature Hotel Collection benefits in Vegas and particularly at Aria? They're similar to (though not as extensive as) Amex Platinum Card's Fine Hotels & Resorts benefits, but Aria is an option under the Visa program but not the Amex program. Thank you!
     
  2. keishashadow

    keishashadow Low-Roller

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    Have the card(s) never have used since rates rarely the best deal for what I've checked.

    Have you booked via the program in the past?

    any idea exactly what VIP guest status would entail @ Aria?
     
  3. trellaine

    trellaine Low-Roller

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    I used this about 6 months ago for the Aria. I can't comment too much but I know I found it extremely confusing off their website.

    I was upgraded to strip view I believe.

    Other than that not much different. And find the prices more w signature hotels.
     
  4. da1chifan

    da1chifan High-Roller

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    I have looked into it a bit for other locations, not Vegas. I see Aria still makes you pay the resort fee, so I don't see how they can say you are getting free internet, for example.

    The late checkout (when available) and upgrade (when available) are possibly worthless. The VIP check in would be good, as would comp breakfast and $25 credit. I just would like to see what you actually get in Vegas for this.

    If you do it, please report back with what you got! :)
     
  5. SterlingGuy

    SterlingGuy Tourist

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    Visa Deal At Wynn

    Got a great deal (IMHO) a couple of years ago using a Visa Signature offer:
    Wynn Las Vegas
    rate was $179/night, plus resort fee- minimum two night mid-week stay.
    INCLUDED $225 in f&b credits + $60 daily in-room breakfast credit + Room upgrade (got a high floor, south strip view) + spa access to both Wynn and Encore + plus late check-out + plus hardcover book about hotels (which came in the mail later). You must use and have in your possession the Visa Signature credit card to check-in.

    I would book a similar deal if one came around again.
     
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