Just five months after Caesars Entertainment, Inc. announced it would suspend its parking fees, the company will once again start charging parking fees on its properties.
Locals, hotel guests and Caesars Rewards members will be exempt, but as of October 30, all other guests will be charged to self-park at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel + Experience and Harrah’s Las Vegas. These parking fees will be donated to charities through the end of the first quarter 2021.
“With this updated self-parking policy, we intend to take care of our best customers – locals, hotel guests and loyal Caesars Rewards members – and provide them with ease and better access to our Las Vegas properties as they continue to stay and play with us,” said Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, Inc. “We are pleased to give back by donating all parking fee profits collected to charitable organizations in the local community and helping our team members impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The first hour in self-parking garages will remain free, but after that, all non-exempt guests will have to pay an hourly rate, which varies based on the property.
To qualify for free parking, locals will have to present a valid ID.
When Caesars first started charging for parking back in 2016, locals were allowed to park for free. The free parking for locals was eliminated in November of 2017.