2022 Las Vegas Resort Fees Guide

By Staff • Updated on May 27, 2022

Las Vegas Resort Fees Guide

The bright lights, all-night casinos, and endless entertainment options make Las Vegas an attractive destination for travelers worldwide.

But it has a problem–hidden resort fees.

They’re sneaky, they’re expensive, and worst of all, most people don’t know about them until after they check into their hotel room.

Nobody wants to arrive in Las Vegas with the excitement and high hopes of a great vacation to be greeted by higher charges on top of your bill.

It’s frustrating. It’s a ripoff. Unfortunately, the fees aren’t going anywhere.

In this guide, we’ll highlight the current fee at every hotel in Las Vegas. We update the fees quarterly so you never have to worry about outdated rates. We hope this article will help you not be surprised at check-out.

See Also: The Ultimate Las Vegas Parking Guide

Las Vegas Hotels With No Resort Fee

There are a handful of hotels in Las Vegas that don’t charge a resort fee.

If you’re staying on The Strip, you have one option at Casino Royal Best Western. It’s the only hotel on The Strip that never charges a resort fee.

Other hotels like Treasure Island and Circus Circus occasionally offer “No Resort Fee” promotions throughout the year, otherwise, the only option with the fee is Casino Royale.

If you head downtown, there are two options without a resort fee at the Fremont Street Experience. Binion’s Gambling Hall’s Hotel Apache and its sister property Four Queens are the only hotels that do not charge a resort fee downtown.

Resort Fees on The Strip

Las Vegas Strip Resort Fees Guide
Las Vegas Strip Resort Fees Guide

You won’t be able to escape resort fees on The Strip. Most resort fees cost between $30-$45 per night. Here is a list of the current fees on The Strip:

Aria

$45 Resort Fee

Bally’s

$40 Resort Fee

Bellagio

$45 Resort Fee

Caesars Palace

$45 Resort Fee

Casino Royale

No Resort Fee

Circus Circus

$35 Resort Fee

Cosmopolitan

$45 Resort Fee

Delano

$45 Resort Fee

Encore at Wynn

$45 Resort Fee

Excalibur

$35 Resort Fee

Flamingo

$39 Resort Fee

Harrah’s

$39 Resort Fee

Luxor

$29 Resort Fee

Mandalay Bay

$39 Resort Fee

MGM Grand

$39 Resort Fee

Mirage

$39 Resort Fee

New York New York

$39 Resort Fee

Nobu Hotel

$45 Resort Fee

NoMad Hotel

$39 Resort Fee

Palazzo

$45 Resort Fee

Paris Las Vegas

$39 Resort Fee

Park MGM

$39 Resort Fee

Planet Hollywood

$39 Resort Fee

Resorts World

$45 Resort Fee

Sahara

$45 Resort Fee

The Cromwell

$39 Resort Fee

The LINQ

$39 Resort Fee

The STRAT

$36 Resort Fee

Treasure Island

$39 Resort Fee

Tropicana

$39 Resort Fee

Vdara

$45 Resort Fee

Venetian

$45 Resort Fee

Waldorf Astoria

$45 Resort Fee

Wynn Las Vegas

$45 Resort Fee

Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees

Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees Guide
Downtown Las Vegas Resort Fees Guide

Resort fees are cheaper Downtown, ranging from $15-$35 per night. Below is a list of the current fees downtown:

Binion’s

No Resort Fee

California Hotel

$28 Resort Fee

Circa

$30 Resort Fee

Downtown Grand

$34 Resort Fee

El Cortez

$20 Resort Fee

Four Queens

No Resort Fee

Fremont Hotel

$27 Resort Fee

Golden Gate

$27 Resort Fee

Golden Nugget

$34 Resort Fee

Main Street Station

$19 Resort Fee

Plaza

$28 Resort Fee

The D

$30 Resort Fee

Resort Fees Off-Strip

Most hotels and resorts away from the tourist areas also have resort fees. The most expensive is $45/night. A few resorts offer no resort fee, but you should expect to pay the fee around town. Here are current resort fees around Las Vegas:

Boulder Station Casino

$22 Resort Fee

Green Valley Ranch

$45 Resort Fee

OYO

$37 Resort Fee

Palace Station

$40 Resort Fee

Red Rock Casino

$45 Resort Fee

Rio

$39 Resort Fee

Santa Fe Station

$29 Resort Fee

Silverton

$19 Resort Fee

South Point

$21 Resort Fee

Sunset Station

$35 Resort Fee

The Signature

$39 Resort Fee

Virgin Hotels

$45 Resort Fee

Westgate

$37 Resort Fee

Las Vegas Resort Fee FAQ

Here are some of the most common questions we get asked about resort fees in Las Vegas:

Published on May 1, 2022 by Staff