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Resort Fees 2021

It has been a while since I surveyed the current resort fees. These are accurate as of November 9, 2021.

The fees at Caesars Entertainment properties are: 

  • Bally’s $37
  • Flamingo $37
  • Harrah’s $37
  • The LINQ $37
  • Rio $35
  • Caesars Palace $45
  • Cromwell $45
  •  Nobu $45
  •  Paris $39
  •  Planet Hollywood $39

Resort fees at Caesars Entertainment properties are waived for Diamond and SevenStar Total Rewards members.

The fees at MGM Resorts properties are:

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Resort Fee Increases at MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment hotels

In the past few weeks, both MGM and Caesars have announced increases to their resort fees. The new rates at MGM go into effect on March  2nd. The increases for Caesars go into effect on  March 1st. As a general rule, the resort fees cover local phone calls, fitness center access for 2 as well as in-room wireless internet access.

The new fees at Caesars Entertainment properties are:  Continue reading Resort Fee Increases at MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment hotels

MGM Resorts Resort Fee Increase 2016

Effective August 9, 2016, the resort fees for Mandalay Bay, Delano, MGM Grand and The Mirage will be increased to  $32 plus  tax.  That’s  $35.84 after taxes.  They join  Aria, Bellagio, The Signature and Vdara which already charged that rate.

New York – New York and Monte Carlo are still at $30 per night ($33.60 after taxes).  Excalibur and  Luxor are still $26 per night ($29.12 after taxes).  Circus Circus charges $21 per night ($23.52 after taxes).

Golden Nugget adds Resort Fee

The Golden Nugget now charges a nightly $20 resort fee ($22.60 with tax). It replaces their $5 “Destination Fee”.
The resort fee includes:

  • Daily access for two to the Fitness Center (does not include the wet areas)
  • In-room Internet access for 2 devices daily
  • Two bottled waters, daily (waters will be located in the guest rooms)
  • Complimentary parking
  • Complimentary airline boarding passes printing via the Front Desk or Box Office
  • Complimentary newspapers in your tower lobby from 6am to 10am
  • Downtown destination coupons.

Reservations made prior to January 19, 2015 will not be charged the resort fee, but will be charged the old $5 Destination Fee.

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.
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