Don’t forget when booking Harrahs and Caesars hotels and resorts they are now charging resort fees.
“No resort fees” was the come-on for Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas for years, but they’ve announced they’ll start charging the resort fees at some of Sin City’s most popular resorts, as a convenience for their customers.
The group has announced it will start charging a resort fee at its Las Vegas properties, including Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood, Bally’s, Rio, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo and The Quad.
The new charge, which will be tacked onto bookings made on or after March 1, amounts to $10-$25 a day depending on the property and covers Internet access, local calls and fitness center usage, said Gary Thompson, a spokesman for Caesars Entertainment. Guests cannot opt out of the fee, which will be added automatically to the bill.
We will update our resort fees page, with the exact amount of each property…