LAS VEGAS (KXNT) — One day after Caesars Entertainment Corp. joined MGM Resorts International in announcing an end to free parking at their Las Vegas properties, Wynn Resorts has partially joined the movement by ending their free parking valet service, according to the company.
In a statement Wednesday, company spokesman Michael Weaver said Wynn will begin charging for valet services at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore next month.
“Guests may use the complimentary self-park garages located at Wynn and Encore,” Weaver said. “Self-parking remains free of charge at this time.”
Drivers parking at Wynn resorts will be charged $13 for the first four hours, $18 for a stay between four and 24 hours, and an additional $18 per day after that.
The change marks the third major casino-hotel ownership group to end begin charging customers on the Las Vegas Strip for parking. Caesars Entertainment Corp. announced the end of free parking at eight of their nine Strip properties Tuesday, following a similar move by MGM Resorts International earlier this year.