By Traveler Confidential Staff
LAVISH LAS VEGAS GETS MORE EXPENSIVE FOR SOME TOURISTS
Do you have a favorite hotel that you like to stay at in Las Vegas? If it’s The Cromwell, Planet Hollywood, Nobu Hotel, or Caesars Palace, then you’ll have to pay more.
The company that owns all of those Las Vegas strip hotels, Caesars Entertainment Corporation, just jacked up the price on their resort fees, according to a Los Angeles Times story.
Instead of paying $29, tourists will now have to pay $32 per room per day for the resort fee.
No word yet on the reason behind the increase, but so far Caesars Entertainment’s other Sin City hotels are keeping their resort fees at $29.
This might be a good time to make sure those great Las Vegas hotel deals you get online include resort fees and taxes before you click on the purchase button.
PHOTO COURTESY: Caesars