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New Year New Rules

NYE 2016 at W Dallas - Victory
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Celebrate like there’s no tomorrow 33 floors above the Dallas skyline. We’ve got DJ Lucius on the decks to keep you grooving into the New Year with a champagne toast at midnight. Don’t miss the hottest New Year’s Eve party in Dallas! MUST BE 21+.

VIP PACKAGE

Flaunt your VIP status with our VIP Mix Package. Enjoy admission tickets for 15, seating in our exclusive VIP section, 1 bottle of house champagne and 3 bottles of premium liquor of your choice, assorted mixers and a personal cocktail waitress.

PLATINUM PACKAGE

Amplify your NYE experience with the Platinum Mix Package. Take advantage of admission tickets for 12, premium seating, 1 bottle of house champagne and 2 bottles of premium liquor of your choice, assorted mixers and a personal cocktail waitress.

GENERAL ADMISSION

It’s time to play, W Dallas style. General Admission ticket gets you entry to the hottest NYE party in town. Ticket includes complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

Want to stay and play? Enjoy suite dreams with New Year No Rules NYE package!

  • (2) General Admission Tickets to the New Year No Rule Fete
  • Luxury Guestroom to ring in the New Year
  • Overnight Parking for 1 Vehicle
  • Revive with 2PM Late Check Out
  • One bottle of bubbly

 

Book online or call 877-782-0104 and mention rate plan LUP.

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