The Neon Museum has started offering evening tours. The evening tours are every half hour from 7pm – 9pm. Tickets are $25 for adults or $22 for seniors, students, NV residents or military personnel. That is $7 more than the regular daytime tour rate, but the addition of the dramatic architectural lighting is worth it. Note that the signs themselves do not light up.
LVH, formerly the Las Vegas Hilton, will begin charging a resort fee on June 1st.
The resort fee applies to all new reservations. It is $18 per night ($20.16 including tax) and includes Internet access, fitness center access, local and toll-free calls and a coupon sheet with a few dining and drink discounts.
All of the major casino resorts in Las Vegas now charge a resort fee.
Total Rewards will be ending its All Stage Pass program at the end of June. If you are not familiar with it, it allowed you to see as many participating shows at Caesars Entertainment properties as possible within 48 hours for a flat rate of $99 with a Total Rewards card ($119 if you don’t have a Total Rewards card).
Here is a list of some of the participating shows:
(updated January 2018) myVEGAS no longer has a site where they post the Room Rewards availability calendars. Rooms are available, though. I have been able to compile many of the Reward calendars below:
(Click on image for larger version) Dates in gold/yellow are the available dates.
Aria Comp Room Calendar Aria Two Night Comp Calendar