Alienware Builds a Gaming Hotel Room at the Hilton Panama

Joanna Estrada
Апреля 21, 2018

"You'll probably first spot the 65" 4K TV connected to an Alienware PC.

If a hotel room has a fully stocked bar and free cable, we consider it a win-bonus points if there's an ice machine nearby that actually works.

If I was spending $349 a night in a game hotel room at Hilton Panama, I wouldn't worry about personal hygiene. That's the Alienware room, and it's utterly ridiculous.

What do you think about the Alienware hotel room? The desktop features an Intel i7 processor running at 4.60 GHz, 32GB DDR4 in RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. There's also a laptop on hand - an Alienware 15 - sporting a Core i7-7700HQ chip, 32GB of memory and a GTX 1070 which should be handy if you can't leave the desktop for more than five minutes to use the restroom. It features NASA-developed upholstery created to absorb and draw heat away from your body so no matter how intense a game might get, you won't find yourself drenched in sweat.

A 34-inch Alienware 4K curved gaming monitor. And over by the window you'll find bean bag seating. It's overwhelming, but that's the price you pay for having a hotel room with better gaming amenities than a decade-old TV that's almost impossible to plug an HDMI cable into.

Other amenities include two Elite Controller Xbox One, a racing chair, an Oculus Rift, a 5.1-channel surround sound system, an interactive lighting that's synced to whichever game you're playing and a beanbag with an Alienware logo on it. So if you're feeling like you'd want to spend your vacation travelling to a tropical paradise and staying inside to play videogames, the Hilton Panama probably just jumped to the top of your wishlist for your next vacation.

Should you somehow decide to pull yourself away from the gaming action, you'll find two king beds and a luxurious bathroom at your disposal. Just be sure to call dibs on the posh seating.

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