Resort fees at 10 popular Las Vegas hotel-casinos set to increase

The Bally's and Paris resorts are among 10 Las Vegas hotels where resort fees will rise starting March 1.
The Bally’s and Paris resorts are among 10 Las Vegas hotels where resort fees will rise starting March 1.
(Glenn Pinkerton / Las Vegas News Bureau)

Resort fees are going up at 10 hotel-casinos in Las Vegas, including Caesars, Nobu and the Flamingo. Fees will increase between $1 and $3 a night starting March 1, according to Caesars Entertainment.

Resort fees are daily charges tacked on to your hotel bill for on-site amenities. Caesars increased resort fees on the same date last year.

Here are resort fees you can expect to pay beginning March 1:



Caesars Palace, $35

The Cromwell, $35

Flamingo, $30

Harrah’s, $30

The Linq, $30

Nobu, $35

Paris, $35

Planet Hollywood, $35


Rio, $30

The Cromwell is one of the Las Vegas hotels raising its resort fees.
(Glenn Pinkerton / Las Vegas News Bureau)

Though a buck or more may not seem like much, it adds up.

With tax, increased fees can inflate your daily hotel bill anywhere from $34 to nearly $40. Travelers dislike the fees because they are forced to pay for amenities they never use, such as free local phone calls and access to fitness centers.


In its 2016 fourth-quarter earnings report released Tuesday, Caesars cited “increased resort fees” as the No. 1 reason for a 5.8% increase in the average daily room rate.

Caesars’ biggest competitor, MGM Resorts, said the company doesn’t plan to increase resort fees at its hotels.

Resorts added a different type of fee last year: parking fees. With the notable exceptions of the Palazzo and the Venetian, major hotels on the Strip announced or implemented plans to begin charging for self- and valet parking.


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