It's going to be more expensive to stay at one of your favorite Las Vegas resorts very soon. Caesars Entertainment has announced plans to raise fees at three properties in Sin City. Here's a look at what resort fees will look like at the three hotels that are being impacted:

  • Resort fees at Caesars Palace will go from $44.21 to $51.02 per night.
  • Resort fees at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace will go from $44.21 to $51.02 per night.
  • Resort fees at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino will go from $36.28 to $39.68 per night.

Some high rollers will be able to get around paying higher resort fees. All Caesars Rewards Diamond and Seven Star guests are fully exempt from resort fees. We also have word that fees at all other Caesars Entertainment properties are going to remain unchanged for the foreseeable future. The updated fees at three Caesars properties in Las Vegas will become effective on Oct. 15. Caesars is catching up with competitors in Vegas. Bellagio, Vdara, Aria, Wynn and Encore have all raised resort fees recently.

What exactly are you paying for when you fork over money for resort fees at Caesars properties in Las Vegas? The company claims that resort fees are used to cover a wide range of services. One of the major perks covered by resort fees at Caesars properties is free high-speed Wi-Fi for two devices per day. Fees also cover daily fitness center passes for two guests.

Scott Dylan is a contributing writer at and has been to (almost) every country in North, Central and South America with nothing more than a backpack, a laptop and the desire to explore. He speaks Spanish fluently and has logged enough time in planes, trains, rideshares, buses, taxis and rickshaws to know how to rack up rewards and points to get anywhere his heart desires for pennies on the dollar. Email: