MGM Resorts is again raising parking rates at its Las Vegas hotel-casinos. The increased prices went into effect Wednesday and apply to visitors as well as hotel guests.
At the company’s top-tier properties, expect to pay more than $21 to valet park for short stays of two hours or less. The 24-hour rate of $30 marks a 40% increase since June 2016.
MGM Resorts began the trend almost two years ago and it’s become widespread along the Strip: the elimination of most free self-parking after the first hour. Rates were then raised last April.
Here’s a property-by-property breakdown of what you can now expect to pay:
Circus Circus: Self-parking remains complimentary. Valet is $12 for up to 2 hours, $14 for two to four hours, and $16 for four to 24 hours.
“Occasional parking rate adjustments are necessary as we fine-tune staffing, maintenance and equipment to meet guest expectations,” MGM Resorts said in a prepared statement.
However, valet parking remains free at the company’s Shoppes at Mandalay Place, located between Luxor and Mandalay Bay.