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Thread: Full list of Las Vegas resort fees 2019 (and parking fees)

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    Resort fees are a mandatory addition to any hotel price. Note that, while many of these fees appear offensively high, it's all a numbers game. The fees are used so the hotel can be listed with deceptively low prices online. For example, a hotel with a base rate of $70 and a $30 resort fee really costs $100+tax, but is listed online as $70, placing them higher up in the list sorted by price. This should be illegal, but it's not, and most hotels in Vegas are now doing it.

    With that said, here's a list of Las Vegas hotel resort fees in 2019.

    The resort fees "include" internet access, as well as a few other mostly-useless "perks".

    However, parking is not included in resort fees at many properties, which will be listed in blue.

    The hotels with increased fees are listed first, followed by those remaining the same, followed by a list of those with no resort fees.

    Resort fees are also subject to local tax, in the same way regular room charges are.

    Caesars Owned
    Caesars Palace/Nobu Hotel: $39
    The Cromwell: $37
    Paris: $37

    Planet Hollywood: $37
    Bally’s: $35
    Flamingo: $35
    Harrah's: $35
    The LINQ: $35

    Rio: $32 (increase of $2)
    Diamond and Seven Stars cardholders do not pay resort fees.
    Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars cardholders do not pay for parking.

    MGM Owned
    Aria: $39
    Bellagio: $39
    Vdara: $39
    Four Seasons: $39
    Delano: $37 (increase of $2)
    MGM Grand: $37 (increase of $2)
    Mirage: $37 (increase of $2)
    Mandalay Bay: $37 (increase of $2)
    New York-New York: $37 (increase of $2)
    Park MGM/NoMad (former Monte Carlo): $37 (increase of $2)
    Excalibur: $35 (increase of $5)
    Luxor: $35 (increase of $5)

    Circus Circus: $32 (increase of $5)
    MGM Mlife Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and Noir cardholders do not pay for parking, but DO pay resort fees.

    Stations Owned
    Green Valley Ranch: $39 (increase of $4.01)
    Red Rock: $39 (increase of $4.01)
    Palms/Palms Place: $39 (increase of $8)
    Palace Station: $29.99 (increase of $8)
    Sunset Station: $22.19 (increase of $2.20)
    Santa Fe Station: $19.99 (increase of $3)
    Texas Station: $19.99 (increase of $3)
    Boulder Station: $19.92 (increase of $2.99)
    Fiesta Henderson: $19.99 (increase of $5.93)
    Fiesta Rancho: $15.94 (increase of $2)

    Others with increased fees
    Waldorf Astoria (former Mandarin Oriental): $45 (increase of $6)
    Venetian/Palazzo: $45 (increase of $6)
    Cosmopolitan: $39 (increase of $4)
    Treasure Island: $37 (increase of $2)
    Hard Rock: $36 (increase of $5)
    Hooters: $35 (increase of $6)
    SLS: $35 (increase of $3)
    Stratosphere: $32.99 (increase of $3)
    Golden Nugget: $32 (increase of $2.50)
    Westin Las Vegas: $32 (increase of $3)
    JW Marriott Resort & Spa: $29.99 (increase of $10)
    Hilton Lake Las Vegas: $29 (increase of $7)
    The Platinum: $28 (increase of $13)
    Ellis Island (Super 8): $25.99 (increase of $8)
    Silver Sevens: $25.58 (increase of $4.59)
    Golden Gate: $25 (increase of $5)
    The D: $25 (increase of $5)
    Elara: $25 (increase of $25)
    Suncoast: $24.99 (increase of $4)
    Aliante: $24.99 (increase of $5)
    Renaissance Las Vegas: $23.50 (increase of $2.51)
    Sam's Town: $22.99 (increase of $3)
    Oasis at Gold Spike: $22.60 (increase of $2.60)
    Plaza: $22 (increase of $4)
    M Resort: $22 (increase of $4.47)
    Tahiti Village: $19 (increase of $2)
    Silverton: $18.99 (increase of $2)
    Eastside Cannery: $16.99 (increase of $5.70)
    Wild Wild West (Days Inn): $15.99 (increase of $2)
    Arizona Charlie's Decatur: $15.99 (increase of $8.49)
    Arizona Charlie's Boulder: $14.99 (increase of $7.49)
    Main Street Station: $14.99 (increase of $14.99)
    California: $14.99 (increase of $14.99)
    Fremont: $14.99 (increase of $14.99)
    Cannery: $8.99 (increase of $1.09)

    Other hotels with resort fees in 2019, which are same as 2018
    Alexis Park All-Suites: $14
    Artisan: $17.95
    Cancun Resort: $25
    Desert Paradise Resort: $17
    Downtown Grand: $23
    El Cortez: $14.95
    Fortune: $10
    Gold Coast: $20.99
    Hilton Grand Vacations (all): $25
    Mardi Gras: $5
    Orleans: $20.99
    Polo Towers: $28
    South Point: $21
    Tropicana: $35
    Trump: $35
    Tuscany Suites: $28
    Westgate Las Vegas: $33.99
    Westgate Flamingo Bay: $16.99
    Westin Lake Las Vegas: $29
    Wynn/Encore: $39

    These hotels have no resort fees in 2019
    America's Best Value Inn
    Casino Royale (Best Western)
    Desert Rose Resort
    Four Queens
    Jockey Club
    Lucky Club
    Marriott Las Vegas
    La Quinta Inn & Suites
    Residence Inn
    Red Roof Inn
    Royal Resort
    Travelodge Center Strip
    WorldMark Las Vegas Blvd
    WorldMark Tropicana
    Wyndham Desert Blue
    Wyndham Grand Desert

    Parking fees
    Properties listed in blue above charge for parking, even if you pay a resort fee. Below are the daily self parking rates. Valet may be more. Parking will be cheaper if you park 4 or fewer hours, and will be free if you have the appropriate tier of that casino's players club card. If your hotel is not listed below, parking is free.

    Caesars Palace/Nobu: $18
    Bally's: $15
    Paris: $15
    Planet Hollywood: $0 (charges for valet only)
    Flamingo: $15
    Harrah's: $15
    LINQ: $15
    The Cromwell: $15
    Aria: $18
    Bellagio: $18
    Vdara: $18 (Aria lot)
    Mandalay Bay: $18
    Delano: $18
    MGM Grand: $15
    New York-New York: $15
    Mirage: $15
    Park MGM: $15
    Excalibur: $10
    Luxor: $10
    Cosmopolitan: $15
    Hilton Lake Las Vegas: $12 (for hotel guests)
    Waldorf Astoria: $30 (valet only)
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    I find it offensive that they are charging for parking on principle alone. It would be cool if they had some sort of slot or big six type wheel that you put the parking fee in for a shot at something. At least you would be getting something for your money.
    I'll miss Alan's profound stupidity.

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    Thanks for posting this listing. It's very useful to review this once every six or seven months.

    Some notes:

    1) The Artisan has not really raised its resort fee much recently. It's an off-the-wall place, but very interesting. Check out the lobby when you have a chance.
    2) The resort fee for Palace Station has gotten out of hand.
    3) The Orleans and Gold Coast had very nominal resort fees just a few years ago. Now they're pretty rough.
    4) The Ellis Island resort fee is now outrageous. A few years back, it was nominal.
    5) Alexis Park's resort fee is reasonable, and it's a nice place.
    6) My favorite resort fee is for Circus-Circus, where the rooms are listed at $23 some nights, and the resort fee is $32. Absurd, and it should be illegal.

  4. #4
    Originally Posted by redietz View Post
    Thanks for posting this listing. It's very useful to review this once every six or seven months.

    Some notes:

    6) My favorite resort fee is for Circus-Circus, where the rooms are listed at $23 some nights, and the resort fee is $32. Absurd, and it should be illegal.
    Next up, Circus Circus rooms for $1 a night, resort fee of $54 dollars a night. That should up its hits on Orbitz, Travelocity and Expedia. . .

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    I wouldn't consider anything in Vegas as a "resort." They're all just dumps with a few swimming pools.

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