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Las Vegas Resort Fee List

By randy on Dec 12, 2009

Here is a list of resort fees for Las Vegas. Anyone booking a room through Hotwire or Priceline (or anywhere else) should be aware that these fees are added AFTER the advertised rate. They are similar to a tax and in most cases are non negotiable.

If you have an update on these, please post here and I will update the list.

Excalibur $8
Gold Coast $3
Hard Rock Hotel $7
Hooters Hotel $5
Hyatt $10
Luxor Hotel $11
MGM Grand $15
MGM Signature $20
New York New York $3
Planet Hollywood $6
Sahara $6
Stratosphere $8
Treasure Island $20
Tropicana $8
Trump $19.95 (updated June 2010)
Vdara $15 (updated November 2010, includes free wifi)
Westin $15

One member reported that hotels under management of Harrah's Entertainment may not have resort fees. (Thanks Maverick) This includes:
  • Caesars Palace
  • Paris Las Vegas
  • Bally’s
  • Rio
  • Imperial Palace
  • Harrah’s Las Vegas
  • Flamingo Hotel

You don't have a lot of control over Priceline hotels but this is worth consideration when booking a Hotwire hotel.
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By Echie07 on Dec 12, 2009

Very helpful! Thanks for making up this list!
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By Newfoundpocketchange on Dec 13, 2009

Some are high and some are not, thanks for posting this
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By randy on Dec 13, 2009

I'm working on lists for some of the other areas that have resort fees. Florida, Hawaii, and Scottsdale. Will add them soon...
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By Maverick on Jun 04, 2010

I think the resort fee for Trump is now $19.95.

I read somewhere that the following hotels (under Harrah Entertainment) do not charge resort fees:

Caesars Palace
Paris Las Vegas
Bally’s
Rio
Imperial Palace
Harrah’s Las Vegas

I'm not sure if this is still the case though.
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By randy on Jun 06, 2010

Maverick wrote:I think the resort fee for Trump is now $19.95.

I read somewhere that the following hotels (under Harrah Entertainment) do not charge resort fees:

Caesars Palace
Paris Las Vegas
Bally’s
Rio
Imperial Palace
Harrah’s Las Vegas

I'm not sure if this is still the case though.


Thanks Maverick. I will update the resort list above with this info.
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By LovesVegas on Nov 17, 2010

Please add this to the las Vegas resort fee list:

Vdara Resort Fee $15 (includes wifi)
Flamingo Resort Fee: $0
Hawaii in October
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By reilly12 on Feb 16, 2011

Cool list. It would be nice. That way many people could find suitable Las Vegas Restaurant, hotels and resorts, I guess. And i want to thank you for your work. You have done really Great work !
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By taylorsummer on Jul 31, 2011

Hey Randy- have you worked into expansion on other cities.? I'm looking to go to Palm Springs, and would like to find a really nice Palm Springs Hotel that does not have a lot (if any!) fees.

Also, have you heard any fees for the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas? From what I have heard they dont, but could be wrong!

Thanks for your prior postings and all the help!
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By randy on Jul 31, 2011

Hey, not a bad idea for adding resort fees for other cities. Palm Springs, Scottsdale, and a few spots in Florida probably have resort fees, in addition to the two cities I've collected them for... Las Vegas and Hawaii.

I don't know if the Cosmopolitan has a resort fee. If you find out please report here.
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