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America’s Escape Game and Sheraton Vistana Resort partner on In & Out Gift Emporium

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Sheraton Vistana Escape Game

America’s Escape Game and Marriott are teaming up for the new In & out Gift Emporium at Lake Buena Vista’s Sheraton Vistana Resort.

America’s Escape Game has announced a new partnership with Marriott Vacations Worldwide and Vistana Signature Experiences to bring escape game experiences to destination resort hotels, starting with the In & Out Gift Emporium at the Sheraton Vistana Resort in Lake Buena Vista.

The first hotel-based America’s Escape Game will be open to the general public from November 7 through 20, after which it will be exclusive to hotel guests. The first offered game will be “Operation Sticky Foot,” featuring the evil villain Cora Medusa (a.k.a. “The Red Viper”). Cora Medusa leads a syndicate of dealers who import exotic and endangered animals all over the world. The mission is for guests to infiltrate the shop, halt the latest shipment of animals, and “escape” the room in order to catch her and stop this harmful business from continuing to proliferate.

Alex Reece, CEO of America’s Escape Game, commented; “We are both very excited and proud of our new partnership with Marriott and Vistana Signature Experiences. We see a very bright future of incorporating escape rooms powered by America’s Escape Game in multiple Vistana locations in the coming months and years. There is no doubt that this powerful alliance will bring the exploding escape room experience to many enthusiasts throughout the world”.

The cost for the game is $35 per person, which includes a $10 off coupon for a future America’s Escape Game experience. Hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Space is limited, and after November 20th, only guests of the Vistana Resort will be able to experience the game. Visit the America’s Escape Game website to book tickets, and watch this video for a peek inside America’s Escape Game on International Drive:

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2 comments

susan October 29, 2016 - 11:37 am

This is confusing, Vistana Signature Resorts is owned by Interval Leisure Group and no longer Sheraton. How is this connected to Marriott Vacation club?

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Seth Kubersky October 29, 2016 - 2:21 pm

According to Sheraton (which is part of Marriott) the Vistana in Lake Buena Vista is still considered one of their properties:
http://www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=5608&language=en_US

When Vistana was spun off, it retained rights to the Westin & Sheraton timeshare brands:
https://www.vistana.com/news/vistana-signature-experiences

Here is a link to the original press release on the escape game:
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/10/prweb13793564.htm

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