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MGM HOTEL AND FLIGHTS GATWICK TO LAS VEGAS £485.00 @ Thomson

£485.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
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Gatwick to Las Vegas 4* hotel and flights with Norwegian air
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#1
when? and for how long

Edited By: Python5 on Jan 15, 2017 22:08: .
#2
Sorry it's January 23rd 2017 for 3 days
#3
I have stayed at the MGM Grand and it is an awesome hotel However, there is quite a hefty, daily resort fee which has to be paid separately.
A daily resort fee of $35.84 (tax inclusive) will be applied to all reservations. The resort fee includes: Property-wide high speed internet access (public spaces and in-room), unlimited local and toll free calls, airline boarding pass printing, notary service, and fitness center access for guests 18+.


Edited By: ramraideruk on Jan 16, 2017 10:16: xx
#4
Great price! extending it to 7 nights only works out to £676pp
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These new resort fees are a hidden horror. I believe all the hotels on the strip charge them now. If you're thinking of booking a trip to Vegas make sure you look into this. Resort fees are usually in the small print. The room price you see is not what you'll actually pay....so BEWARE and don't get caught out...
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Increasing resort fees,charging for parking car at hotels and lousy exchange rate is making Vegas a lot dearer than it used to be.
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Cumbrian Hammer
Increasing resort fees,charging for parking car at hotels and lousy exchange rate is making Vegas a lot dearer than it used to be.


Unless you win!
#8
The only hotel on the Strip not charging a resort fee is the Jockey Club, they should at least drop in the winter when pools are closed. At present there is legislation going though congress to make resort fees illegal and that prices displayed have to be obtainable with only tax being allowed to be added. Its no so many years ago that we stayed at Excalibur for $35+tax a night and $129 Wynn and $99 Venetian all with no resort or parking fees
#9
sew1091
The only hotel on the Strip not charging a resort fee is the Jockey Club, they should at least drop in the winter when pools are closed. At present there is legislation going though congress to make resort fees illegal and that prices displayed have to be obtainable with only tax being allowed to be added. Its no so many years ago that we stayed at Excalibur for $35+tax a night and $129 Wynn and $99 Venetian all with no resort or parking fees

The Casino Royale Best Western also does not charge a resort fee...although I have never stayed there,it is right opposite the Mirage Hotel,so not to bad a location for travellers on a budget.
#10
This site has info and lists of locations charging and not charging resort fees.
https://www.vegas.com/incl/resortfees.html

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