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Las Vegas Resort Fees By Resort – 2021

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Ever-increasing resort fees in Las Vegas are taking a bite out of tourist’s wallets before they play their first hand of blackjack. For those unfamiliar, resort fees are a fixed nightly fee in addition to the room rate that you pay at check-in.

What do you get in return for paying the resort fee? Not much. The resort fee is said to cover “amenities” like in-room internet, fitness center access, local phone calls, shuttle services, and in some cases a local newspaper. In reality, resort fees are designed to pad the bottom line via an additional expense passed on to consumers. Additionally, hotels don’t pay online travel agents (Expedia, Travelocity, etc) commission on the fee, only the advertised “room rate”.

We should note that although we detest resort fees, that rooms in Las Vegas still typically shake out to be a tremendous value when compared to similar hotel offerings in other US destinations.

With that being said, we wanted to compile and maintain, an up-to-date list of Las Vegas resort fees so that you could plan your vacation accordingly and avoid surprises.

See Also: Can you get out of paying resort fees in Vegas? Its tough. Here’s how you may be able to swing it.

Note that resort fees are taxable, we noted in the tables below if tax is included in the resort fee that was quoted by the property.

Las Vegas Resort Fees – Strip Hotels

ResortResort FeeTax Included?
Aria$45No
Bally’s$37No
Bellagio$45No
Caesars Palace$45No
Casino Royale$0No
Circus Circus$32No
Cosmopolitan$45No
Cromwell$45No
Delano$39No
Encore$45No
Excalibur$35No
Flamingo$37No
Harrah’s$37No
Linq$37No
Luxor$35No
Mandalay Bay$39No
MGM Grand$39No
Mirage$39No
New York New York$37No
Palazzo$45No
Paris$39No
Park MGM$39No
Planet Hollywood$39No
Polo Towers$32.95No
Resorts World$45No
Sahara$37.95No
STRAT$36No
TI**$39No
Tropicana$37No
Waldorf Astoria$45No
Venetian$45No
Vdara$45No
Wynn$45No

**Note that Resort Fees at TI are optional if you book with their TV AD Special – More info here.

Las Vegas Resort Fees – Downtown Hotels

Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees tend to be less expensive with 4 Queens and Binion’s being among the last hotels that don’t charge a resort fee.

ResortResort FeeTax Included?
4 Queens$0N/A
Binion’s Apache$0N/A
California$21.46Yes
Circa$33.84Yes
Downtown Grand$33.84Yes
El Cortez$22.54Yes
Fremont$21.46Yes
Golden Gate$33.84Yes
Golden Nugget$38.42Yes
Main Street Station$21.46Yes
Plaza$28.25Yes
The D$33.84Yes

Las Vegas Resort Fees – Off Strip Hotels

ResortResort FeeTax Included?
Aliante$31.63Yes
Arizona Charlies$19.20Yes
Boulder Station$22.59Yes
Cannery$14.68Yes
Eastside Cannery$20.33Yes
Elara$25No
Ellis Island$28.99Yes
Gold Coast$35.14Yes
Green Valley Ranch$44.46Yes
OYO$41.95Yes
M Resort$24.99Yes
Orleans$36.15Yes
Palace Station$34Yes
Palms$44.22Yes
Platinum$31.75Yes
Red Rock$44.07Yes
Rio$35No
Sam’s Town$25.98Yes
Signature at MGM$39No
Silver Sevens$32Yes
Skyline$0N/A
South Point$14No
Suncoast$31.63Yes
Sunset Station$25.07Yes
Trump$39.68Yes
Virgin $0N/A
Westgate$41.94Yes

Barring a change of attitude toward resort fees from resorts, or legislation that prohibits their use, Las Vegas resort fees aren’t going away anytime soon. Given the current trend, we can only assume that Vegas casinos will continue to increase fees incrementally in lockstep with each other. Keep checking our updated list of resort fees to stay up to date.

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