For your safety, as well as that of the little ones, we ask that no one under 12 years old attend a session. Snacks and beverages are provided at no additional charge. The Hamilton is a restaurant and venue for all ages, however, we ask that a parent or guardian accompany underage guests. Any age restrictions will be indicated in the show information on our website.
Regardless of the restriction, to consume alcohol it is necessary to present an identity document proving that you are 21 years of age or older. All guests who wish to drink at our establishment are subject to strict identity control. To respect the privacy and comfort of all diners, we apply a restricted entry policy that only allows children over 8 years old to enter. Reservations are generally not necessary for Diners Club Club members.
Your Diners Club card account must be up to date and valid at the time you want to access the room. Please note that VIP lounges may have to refuse entry if they can accommodate guests. Mastro's applies a strict exclusive dress code. We don't allow beachwear or gym wear, including sweatpants, sweatshirts, or hoodies.
Sportswear, t-shirts, hats, hats, scarves, baseball caps, loose-fitting or oversized clothing, tank tops, and tank tops are prohibited. Overly revealing clothing will not be allowed. Clothing that emits offensive odors is not allowed anywhere on the property. Club members must ensure that the room operator allows other Diners Club Club members to enter as members and not as guests.
See the VIP lounges page on the Diners Club Airport lounges website or the Diners Club Travel Tools mobile app for more information on the lounges, opening hours, and available services. No, each VIP lounge in the Diners Club Airport lounge network and travel program is different and has different services and facilities. Diners Club's travel and lounges program offers access to more than 1,300 lounges at airports around the world. You can check the age limits and services applicable to certain rooms on the Diners Club VIP lounges website or download the Diners Club Travel Tools app for more information.
The Diners Club Airport Travel and VIP Lounge Program advantage is available for you to use as a club member from the moment you activate your Diners Club payment card. All Diners Club Club members must present their Diners Club payment card or Priority Pass digital membership card (QR code) separately upon entering the VIP lounge; otherwise, a guest fee will apply. You can check the rates, age limits, and services applicable to certain lounges on the Diners Club airport VIP lounges website or download the Diners Club Travel Tools app for more information. Through the Diners Club airport travel and lounge program, Club members can also access exclusive offers from stores, restaurants, spas and rooms at some airports.
Whether you travel infrequently or are an experienced traveler, the Diners Club travel and airport lounge program can ensure that your trip always starts stress-free at one of the more than 1,300 airport lounges in 600 cities in more than 140 countries around the world. You can also show your Priority Pass digital membership card (QR code) found in the Diners Club Travel Tools app or the Priority Pass mobile app. This means that this airport lounge is not part of the advantages of the VIP lounges and the airport travel program, or that you have incorrectly entered the first 8 digits of your card number in the Diners Club Travel Tools mobile application. To get your Priority Pass digital membership card (QR code) through the Diners Club Travel Tools mobile app, go to the VIP lounges and then log in to your Priority Pass account.
Advance booking is available at some locations listed in the opening hours section of the Diners Club airport VIP lounges website or the Diners Club Travel Tools mobile app. If the VIP lounge is listed as part of the program, but the operator still won't accept the Diners Club card to enter, contact Priority Pass customer service.