Resort Fees and Parking Fees Temporarily Eliminated in Las Vegas at These Hotel and Casino Properties

As many hotel, resort, and casino properties in Las Vegas prepare to reopen to visitors tomorrow, Thursday, June 4, 2020, some of them have temporarily eliminated mandatory resort fees and parking fees — while others are offering sales and promotions.

Resort Fees and Parking Fees Temporarily Eliminated in Las Vegas at These Hotel and Casino Properties

Welcome to Las Vegas sign

Photograph ©2017 by Brian Cohen.

For all intents and purposes, Las Vegas has basically been closed for the past couple of months due to the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic; but the city joins the rest of the United States in slowly reopening in stages…

…and now may be the time to take advantage of the offers, which are available for a limited time.

Temporarily No Parking Fees

Treasure Island Las Vegas

Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

Included in the list are hotel, resort, and casino properties which typically charge parking fees for guests but have temporarily suspended them until further notice — and they include:

No Mandatory Resort Fees

For the entire month of June of 2020, Sahara Las Vegas is offering an interesting promotion: book a reservation for a room on any date in the future which is available and you will not be required to pay a mandatory resort fee at all during your stay. You must book your reservations by June 30, 2020.

Please note that our resort fee-free promotion does exclude certain value-added offers, such as the paid portion of our “Buy One Night, Get a Second Night Free” special for essential workers and our “Stay & Ride” special with four free monorail passes.

Sales

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Photograph ©2018 by Brian Cohen.

Save up to 25 percent on room reservations at ten hotel, resort, and casino properties in Las Vegas when you book your reservations using promotion code OPEN20 by Tuesday, June 30, 2020 for travel dates through May of 2021. Blackout dates may apply. You must be at least 21 years of age to book a reservation. This offer is subject to change at any time and is not valid with any other offer. Other terms and conditions may apply.

The ten hotel, resort, and casino properties include:

Summary

Welcome to Las Vegas

Photograph ©2014 by Brian Cohen.

If any hotel, resort, and casino properties are missing from the lists which have been included in this article, the information will be updated here, in a new article, or both.

What I would like to see happen is for the aforementioned hotel, resort, and casino properties to be incredibly busy while the mandatory resort fees and parking fees are temporarily suspended — only to have occupancy rates drop off dramatically once the temporary suspension of mandatory resort fees and parking fees is no longer in effect.

Only then will the hotel, resort, and casino properties consider permanently abolishing mandatory resort fees and parking fees.

That I vehemently oppose the implementation of mandatory resort fees, facilities fees and destination fees is no secret to you if you have been a reader of The Gate for years — they should either be optional or eliminated altogether — and I will just let this extensive body of work over the years pertaining to mandatory resort fees speak for me…

All photographs ©2014, ©2017, and ©2018 by Brian Cohen.


 

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3 thoughts on “Resort Fees and Parking Fees Temporarily Eliminated in Las Vegas at These Hotel and Casino Properties”

  1. Harry G. Harris says:

    Mandatory resort fees should be abolished permanently! They are definitely a consumer scam! Long overdue for elimination! For transparency, there should be one inclusive full price. I do not patronize properties with mandatory resort or other frivolous fees!

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