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$200 Resort Credit At Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas has been making a big push since taking over the old Mandarin Oriental location. When it was the Mandarin Oriental it was consistently ranked as one of the best hotels in Las Vegas. Shawn recently had a chance to check out the property and their acclaimed restaurant Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. American Express and the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas have teamed up to offer $200 in incidental credits on two night stays when paying with an Amex.
This deal would stack with your Aspire resort credit as well which you could use towards the room rate or for incidentals on property. It may also stack with the $100 off of $500 Amex Offer.
The offer terms are as follows:
- Offer valid when you book online at WaldorfAstoria.com/AmexVegas by 4/28/19 and pay with any American Express Credit or Charge Card.
- Stay must be completed by 4/30/19
- Enjoy a $200 on-property credit at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas with your next 2+ night stay
- Use your on-property credit to discover French cuisine at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, sip cocktails at SkyBar, indulge in luxurious spa treatment & more.
Is This A Good Deal?
We all know that Hyatt likes to promise 4th nights free and then increases the price of the room so that it is more like 15% off instead of 25%. But does Hilton do the same thing? I did a test booking and it looks like you actually save money by booking this rate (at least the dates I checked).
Price with $200 on property credit.
Advanced Hilton Honors member booking
So using this booking will not only get you $200 in resort credit but it can also save you a few bucks too. This is assuming that the resort credit is included. The terms do not specify that and these were both done in the same searches so I am not sure why they would leave it out if not included. But you may want to expect a $90 charge added on top which drops the resort credit down to $130 in value. If it ends up being included you could just be pleasantly surprised then :).
This is a pretty good offer if you were looking to be bougie on your next Vegas trip. Depending on the room rate this Travel Zoo $299 suite plus $100 resort credit offer may be better. I would only book the Amex deal in two night stay chunks and I like that it works with any American Express card.
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