More Bang for Your Bucks: No Resort Fees

Posted Tuesday, January 5, 2010 by in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels. 3 Comments.

Here’s the thing. Many hotels in Las Vegas promote unbelievable rates, but when it comes time to pony up for your tab, you end up paying something called “resort fees.” They can be up to 40% of your room rate.

Vegas is always full of surprises, but these resort fees, when you book a room online, are the kind of “surprise” you’d rather not get when you come to Sin City.

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Yes, we designed this lame graphic. We are a blog, not a graphic designer.

The good news? Our Pulse of Vegas destinations (all part of the Harrah’s Entertainment family) don’t charge these excessive fees. That’s right. Our Las Vegas resorts, including Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Caesars Palace, Flamingo Las Vegas, Imperial Palace and Harrah’s, don’t impose these “mandatory” resort fees often attached to room reservations.

Resort fees range in cost, depending upon the hotel, and may include Internet access, bottled water, daily newspapers or use of a hotel’s fitness center. Whether you use the amenities or not. Hello!

Spend your money on something else, why don’t you? Maybe a show, or a night out at one of Las Vegas’ amazing restaurants, or maybe some shopping or a visit to a spa. You decide! Enjoy Vegas, ream-free! Book a stay with us today.

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3 Responses

  1. yeah they always have there ways of getting you

  2. Anonymous

    A lot of people find resort fees unacceptable, that’s why you won’t find them at any Caesars Entertainment hotel on the Strip.

  3. Anonymous

    Funny you should ask! None of the Caesars Entertainment hotels featured in this blog charge them. You can find the full list on the Hotels page. Thanks for asking!