With tourists surging back to Las Vegas, paid parking is coming back to yet another casino on the Strip.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will charge non-hotel guests for valet and self-parking starting June 1, with some exceptions for member status, according to its website, and for locals, who get a few extra hours of free parking.
Overall, if you park your own car, the first hour is complimentary, but then it will cost $10 to park for up to four hours, or $15 to park for four to 24 hours, the website indicates.
It will cost $15 to $20 to drop your car off at valet.
Registered guests at the Cosmopolitan can still self-park or use valet without any additional charges.
“As we continue to see increased travel demand return to the destination and welcome back full hotel occupancies, beginning Tuesday, June 1, the resort will reinstate paid self-parking for all non-hotel guests,” the Cosmopolitan said in a statement Thursday to the Review-Journal. “For locals visiting the resort, the first three hours of parking will be complimentary with a valid Nevada I.D.”
The Cosmopolitan, owned by New York financial giant The Blackstone Group, had waived self-parking fees for non-hotel guests last year when Nevada casinos were allowed to reopen after more than two months on state-ordered lockdown to help slow the coronavirus outbreak.
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