Firstly I'd like to write that the club itself was pretty - but nothing soo moving that I would ever return there. But the experience of going to the club was soo upsetting that I decided to write this review.
While having brunch on Saturday at a place called Kitchen (Ocean Drive and 10th Street) we were approached by Miguel (his last name we don’t have, but his phone number is: 1-786-310-8129), a promoter for Mansion who was advertising to us (a group of 7 girls, in Miami for a bachelorette weekend), that he could provide for us a package deal that included two hour – open bar at Hotel Chelsea, a limo ride for the two blocks between the hotel and club Mansion, free entrance to Mansion, without waiting online and a table with potential bottle service all for the price of $25.
Firstly he made a comment about one of the girl’s dresses hinting to the fact that he thought she was wearing shorts, an unnecessary rude comment. He then tried to stuff the seven of us into a limo with 6 other guys (who we never met before) – and when we refused to go into a limousine with strangers he made us feel uncomfortable and said we were being unreasonable. He eventually drove the men over first and then drove us to the Mansion. Lastly, and the main reason we purchased the deal from him is his promise for a table at Mansion. When we arrived we still had to wait online and after we got inside he disappeared and was nowhere to be found. We walked around looking for some mention of his table and found nothing. We asked one of the gentlemen guarding tables at Mansion about the potential of finding Miguel’s table and he almost laughed at us when we told him we paid a promoter, and informed us that the club pays the promoter to get girls in and suggested we attempt to get in touch with him. When we texted him inquiring where is this table, he wrote “sorry … I don’t have a table for you” and when we followed up that we’re upset and leaving and would notify Mansion, he was demeaning again and said that well we only paid $25 and he may potentially have a table for us two hours later. We were upset and left shortly thereafter, only staying a little while to dance.
We were very unhappy and wanted everyone to know about this promoter and suggest if you are ever approached by him - and you've read this little rant - you ignore him and send him on his merry way! Because encountering individuals like Miguel who acts as a representative of club Mansion reflects poorly on the club’s reputation and turns clients off. He misrepresented the package deal to us and as a result we had a terrible time at Mansion. Had we known we were not getting the table, we would not have purchased this deal and would have made other arrangements. We believe that Mansion can do better and do business in ways that do not involve scam artists like Miguel.
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