MGM Resort Fees

I recently posted about Caesars Entertainment raising and standardizing their resort fees. MGM Resorts has done a similar thing. Most of their resorts now have a $29 per night resort fee. That is $32.48 per night after taxes. Their mid- and lower level hotels have lower fees. Circus Circus has the lowest fee at $15 per night ($16.80 with tax).

As a general rule, the resort fee covers fitness center access, daily newspaper, high speed internet access, complimentary copying and faxing, boarding pass printing, plus free local and (800) calls.

Here is the current list arranged by rate:

  • Aria $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • Bellagio $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • Delano $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • Mandalay Bay $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • MGM Grand $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • The Mirage $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • The Signature at MGM Grand $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • Vdara $29 ($32.48 with tax)
  • Hotel32 at Monte Carlo $25 ($28 with tax)
  • Luxor $25 ($28 with tax)
  • Monte Carlo $25 ($28 with tax)
  • New York – New York $25 ($28 with tax)
  • Excalibur $20 ($22.40 with tax)
  • Circus Circus $15 ($16.80 with tax)

Resort fees are sometimes waived when staying in a room comped by casino services. There does not seem to be a consistent policy for this, though. If you are paying for a room, or if you are getting a room comped as a myVEGAS Reward, you will be charged the resort fee.

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