Las Vegas Parking Rates (Updated December 2024)

Parking in Las Vegas can be a nightmare. It’s expensive, the garages are crowded,…

Jeremy Koering

By Jeremy Koering

Updated October 4, 2023

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Parking in Las Vegas can be a nightmare. It’s expensive, the garages are crowded, and traffic is a mess. 

If you’re staying at a hotel on The Strip or Downtown, parking can cost more than $30 per day.

Even worse, casinos charge outrageous fees for parking because they know that most people will pay it to avoid the hassle of finding another place to park their car.

This Las Vegas parking guide will help you navigate the parking fees in Vegas and find the most affordable places to park.

See Also: Las Vegas Resort Fees Guide

Las Vegas Hotels With Free Parking

Free parking is hard to come by in Las Vegas. As of September 2023, there are 17 hotels that give free parking to hotel guests in the tourist corridor.

The Strip

There are only six casinos on The Strip that do not charge anyone for parking. They include Casino Royale, Circus Circus, Sahara, The STRAT, and Tropicana.

Additionally, Wynn and Encore do not charge hotel guests for parking. The Cosmopolitan currently doesn’t charge hotel guests for parking, however that is expected to change soon.

Downtown Vegas

None of the casinos on Fremont Street offer free parking outright. However, most casinos offer free parking with validation.

There are seven hotels that offer registered guests free parking with their room. These include California Hotel, Downtown Grand, Downtowner Boutique, El Cortez, Four Queens, Golden Gate, Golden Nugget, Plaza, and The D.

The most expensive parking is at Circa and Golden Nugget.


All off-Strip resorts and casinos offer free parking to everyone. Most offer free valet parking as well.

Current Las Vegas Strip Parking Rates

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Current Downtown Vegas Parking Rates

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