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Vegas Casinos Looking to Fill Empty Rooms and Suites

August 9, 2018 August 13, 2018 Barbara Cohen

At the beginning of the year many land based casinos in Vegas reported some very impressive sets of figures regarding the income and profits they had generated, however things have taken a turn for the worse during the summer months.

Many Vegas based casinos are reporting massive under occupancy of their rooms and suites and the income generated on the gaming floors has also dropped quite noticeably too, and that is something they are very eager to address.

As such if you are planning a trip to Vegas then you are actually in a very good position right now to do some excellent deals, if you are prepared to shop around and get the best deals possible, and whilst that can be quite time consuming it will certainly be worth your time and effort.

Probably the best way to get a good room rate is to contact a casino host at a casino you do have a track record of playing at via their respective players club, to see if they are going to increase any recent offers and deals they have made available to you, as often they will increase the number of comped nights simply to help fill their empty rooms!

Be Aware of Resort Fees

There is no doubt in my mind that if you are planning to visit Las Vegas for the very first time, that you are going to be in for a shock as to the price you have to pay for your room, not for the room itself must add by something known as a resort fee.

When booking a hotel or suite in Vegas, there is a very good chance that the one you select is going to have a resort fee in place, and that is only charged to you upon arrival and can often be as high as the daily room fee!

What Does A Resort Fee Cover?

The way in which the resort fee is demand from people staying at some casino resort sin Vegas is in addition to anything you may have already paid for your room or suite, and even if you have paid for a room or suite in advance you may be blissfully aware that you are going to have to pay a resort fee until you turn up.

So be aware that most Vegas casinos will charge it to you and it cover things such as free internet, the use of the resorts gym and winning pool and possibly some other things you may never actually want to make use of!

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Barbara Cohen

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Barbara Cohen has direct contacts at most Gambling Commissions and Gaming Authorities, and as such always gets to hear of and report on news stories that affect both operators and gamblers alike.

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