Another Vegas Strip casino has joined the paid self-parking party. Resorts World Las Vegas now charges some guests a $10 self-parking fee.
Unlike other Vegas casinos, all members of Resorts World’s Genting Rewards program can still park for free. Other casinos on Strip only offer complimentary paid parking to higher-tier rewards members.
You can sign up for Genting Rewards here. Guests can receive complimentary self-parking by scanning their Genting Rewards card or using the Resorts World app.
Additionally, Resorts World isn’t charging a higher fee when there are events at or near the property. The company shared the following in a statement:
“Guests who are not Genting Rewards members can receive immediate access to free parking and other benefits by signing up for the loyalty appreciation and recognition program on the property or through the Resorts World Genting mobile app on their smartphones. Members will receive free self-parking regardless of day or special event.”
The change isn’t much of a surprise. When Resorts World opened in 2021, the property had parking payment kiosks outside the garages. The company decided not to charge for parking as visitation was lower due to the pandemic.
This year Resorts World joins the vast majority of Vegas Strip casinos with a fee for self-parking. Resorts World has been charging non-hotel guests $25 per day for valet parking since shortly after opening.
Vegas Strip parking fees
The $10 flat self-parking fee at Resorts World differs from other Vegas Strip casinos. Caesars and MGM Resorts have different fee structures that depend on how many hours a guest stays at the property.
The rate for a full day of parking at Resorts World is almost less than half of what the biggest casinos on the Vegas Strip charge.
Caesars‘ self-parking fees start at $15 for someone visiting the property for 1-3 hours. Caesars Rewards members who reach Platinum status or higher receive complimentary parking.
The fee for parking all day is $18 for visitors and hotel guests. Valet fees vary by property and days. Weekends, holidays, and event valet fees are usually more expensive than weekdays.
MGM Resorts‘ self-parking fees are $15 for one to four hours. The self-parking fee for four hours or longer is $18.
MGM Rewards members who reach the Pearl tier or higher receive complimentary self-parking.
The fee to valet at an MGM Resorts property ranges from $18 to $35, depending on the property and day.
Nevada residents receive three hours of free parking with a valid state-issued ID.
Free self-parking on the Vegas Strip
Caesars and MGM Resorts properties occupy most of the Vegas Strip. However, a handful of casinos on the Vegas Strip don’t charge for self-parking. Coincidentally, the casinos with free parking on the Vegas Strip are on the north end, near Resorts World. The following casinos offer complimentary self-parking:
- Wynn (and Encore)
- The Venetian (and Palazzo)
- Treasure Island
- The Strat
- Circus Circus
The Strat and Treasure Island are the only properties above that don’t charge for valet.