Cosmopolitan Las Vegas will no longer charge guests for parking
| Las Vegas Sun | December 18, 2018 1:00am
Dec. 18--The Cosmopolitan on Jan. 1 will stop charging hotel guests to park.
Guests will receive complimentary self and valet parking as part of the Las Vegas Strip property's daily $39 resort fee, officials said. That is a slight increase from the current rate of $35 a day.
Parking is currently $10 daily for guests; $18 daily to valet.
The fee still exists for patrons not staying at the property, although the first hour is complimentary. One to four hours is $7; four to 24 hours is $10.
In July, Wynn Resorts stopped charging hotel guests for parking at Wynn and Encore, offering free self-parking and valet to any patron who spends $50 or more on food, shopping and gambling.
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