Inside Room 2425 you'll find plenty of high-end gaming hardware including an Alienware desktop powered by an Intel Core i7-8700K processor with 32GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. That gaming rig is of course hooked up to a large 65-inch 4K OLED TV. If you've brought a friend (or your gaming-loving spouse) along for the trip, they can join in on the gaming fun with a 15-inch Alienware notebook powered by a Core i7-7700HQ processor.
But that's not all; there’s also an Xbox One Elite if you want to enjoy some console gaming, an Oculus Rift VR headset, and a 5.1 surround sound system. And since this a gaming suite, there are plenty of RGB lighting effects strewn throughout to set the mood. Other niceties include a dedicated racing seat to allow you to enjoy gaming in comfort and bean bags for everyone else to lounge around on as you repeatedly cap your digital foes in the head with bullets. All in all, the suite looks pretty much like the decked-out suites that we visit frequently during CES and other industry events -- only cranked up the next level.
There are two beds in the suite along with all the other amenities that you would expect to find in a modern hotel. And did we mention that the room overlooks the South Pacific Ocean?
"Ensuring an innovative and differentiating service has been our commitment since our opening in Panama and this initiative shows how important it is for us to contribute to improving more and more the options of stay in Panama, directly impacting on the tourist offer offered by the country for locals and foreigner," said Andres Korngold, Director of Business Development for Hilton Panama.
If you manage to make it down to Panama City, booking this Alienware gaming suite will set you back $349 per night.
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