When in Vegas, everyone wants to feel like a high roller. Part of that experience for many is pulling up to the front door of a sprawling mega-resort, handing off your car keys, and allowing someone else to do the dirty work of parking your car. With the perk disappearing at more and more resorts, we thought it would be helpful to point out where you can still find free valet parking on the Las Vegas Strip.
Although valet parking is free, keep in mind that tipping is expected. We recommend handing over $3-$5 both when dropping off your car and picking it up.
Free Valet Parking On The Strip
Tropicana: The south Strip casino not only offers complimentary self-parking but free valet to both hotel guests and non-guests on days where there are no major events. If you have doubts as to whether or not there is an event, we recommend calling ahead to verify.
TI: Free valet parking is free for both hotel guests and casino guests.
Venetian/Palazzo: Valet parking is free and can be found at the main entrance of both casinos in addition to the Grand Canal Shoppes.
Sahara: Free valet parking is offered at all entrances.
STRAT: Anchoring the north end of the Strip, STRAT offers free valet parking to all resort visitors.
Resorts Offering Free Valet Parking to Some
MGM Resorts Properties: Members of the M life loyalty program that have obtained Gold, Platinum, or Noir statuses are entitled to free valet parking at resorts on the Strip. Simply present your player’s card to obtain free valet parking. Resorts part of the MGM family includes Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, Luxor, MGM Grand, New York New York, Aria, Park MGM, Bellagio, and Mirage.
Cosmopolitan: Hotel guests can park valet for free as it is covered in Cosmo’s resort fee, however, non-hotel guests will need to be Gold status or higher in the Identity loyalty program. Ensure you have your Identity loyalty card, as it will be needed to redeem the perk.
Resorts That Only Offer Paid Valet Parking
Caesars Entertainment Properties: Unfortunately, all Caesars Entertainment resorts on the Strip now charge for valet parking regardless of status in their casino loyalty program.
While free valet parking on the Strip is slowly disappearing, there are still bastions of value where you can find it. Hopefully, we were able to help you find a resort that still offers the amenity that works for you!
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