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Paris : What coupons have you received upon check-in?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by LV_Bound, Jul 8, 2017.

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  1. LV_Bound

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    Usually during checking at different hotels you tend to get a small coupon book with some discounts.
    Since this will be our first stay at Paris we are curious as to discounts did you get upon check-in?
    Anything like 10% Gordon Steakhouse?
     
  2. g35girl

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    I don't remember specifically, but it was more like discounts to the High Roller, Madame's Tussauds, maybe a free cookie at Hexx. Definitely not a discount to Gordon Ramsay's.
     
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    We have gotten bogo for Harrah's, Rio & PH buffets....bogo for Eiffel Tower experience...
     
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    Ok, seems to be the same stuff you find in the magazines.
     
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    I second LV_Bound. Nothing really special. Everytime I go, I've looked through the coupon books. Only once or twice, I actually used it (BOGO for a buffet).
     
  6. remmerde

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    Agreed. Nothing real exclusive that I remember seeing. And it's pretty much the same stuff from years ago.

    The only one I think I've ever used is a BOGO to Eiffel Tower experience. It was worth it.
     
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    What does Pool Access mean with the drink pkg?
     
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    If you are a guest you get pool access anyway - so it would just be the two drinks for $17. The pool is not technically open to the public, so it's likely just getting someone not staying at Paris into the pool. If I could get anyone to go with me I would have booked the cabana rental. However seems foolish for a solo trip.

    The coupon books normally have items that are NOT for that hotel but other CET hotels. Always check through it. I boo-booed and forgot to look. We went to Rio buffet and there was a $5 coupon in there. Oops.
     
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    My bad, since this thread is Paris specific, I thought I would post that Groupon offer. I would not bother with the admission offer, the cabana deal is decent. The Paris pool is nothing special, but that's fine for me in my mid 50's.
     
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    I'm in my early 30's and I agree with you about the pool. The only nice thing is the view of the Eiffel Tower.
     
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