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Ever rising 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 in Las Vegas are a fixed nightly fee that you pay when you check in.
What do you get 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 wanted to compile, and maintain, an up to date list of resort fees in Las Vegas so that you could plan your vacation accordingly and avoid surprises.
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.
Current Las Vegas Strip Resort Fees:
**Note that Resort Fees at TI are optional if you book with their TV AD Special – More info here.
Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees tend to be less expensive with 4 Queens and Binion’s being the last properties to not charge a resort fee. Enjoy it while it lasts.
Current Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees:
Current Resort Fees Off the Beaten Path:
Barring much needed legislation, resort fees in Las Vegas 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.