Several Caesars properties in Las Vegas are no longer offering free parking to out-of-state guests. Caesars Entertainment announced this week that the Linq resort has officially begun charging site visitors to self-park their vehicles, and tolls will commence at Caesars Palace and Paris Las vegas, nevada next week on April 6.
Caesars is caravanning down MGM’s lead in deciding to charge visitors for parking their vehicles at several of its resorts.
Las Las Vegas may be adjacent to Paradise, Nevada, but the lyrics to the Joni Mitchell song ‘ Big Yellow Taxi’ are coming true in Sin City. ‘ They paved paradise, and put up a parking great deal,’ perfectly summarizes a growing trend in the gambling mecca of casino operators charging guests simply to arrive at their resorts.
Linq visitors will be forced to pay for $8 a night for self-parking. Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, and Bally’s will charge ten dollars per twenty four hours. Valet rates at Caesars Palace, Bally’s, Paris, Planet Hollywood and The Cromwell are a definite flat $18.
Caesars says its choice to charge for parking isn’t a money grab, but in response to its benefits users frustrations that are voicing finding a parking spot. The company suspects many Vegas site visitors had been parking in their lots that are free only to walk with other non-Caesars properties.
Though Nevada residents can avoid the fees at Continue reading