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Caesars Entertainment Implements new locals self-parking policy

October 28,2017 17:32

The Caesars Entertainment Corporation announced Friday an updated plan for its self-parking policy at seven of its Las Vegas properties.



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LAS VEGAS - The Caesars Entertainment Corporation announced Friday an updated plan for its self-parking policy at seven of its Las Vegas properties.
Beginning on November 2, Nevada residents will be charged to park at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, The Cromwell, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel & Casino and Harrah’s Las Vegas.
Parking will still be free at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and for all Total Rewards loyalty members rated Platinum and above. 
Free parking will remain at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
"Starting November 2 we will begin charging Nevada residents to park at seven of our Las Vegas properties. We have noticed an uptick in people coming to our properties only to park,” said Richard Broome, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications. “This has limited the availability of self-parking for our actual customers – especially during concerts and sporting events taking place elsewhere on the Las Vegas Strip.”
All guests who enter the parking garages are afforded a 60 minute grace period before parking rates apply.
Valet rates are not impacted by this change.
Caesars properties will remain complimentary for the first hour. Rates from one hour to four hours at Caesars Palace will be ten dollars and twelve dollars for one day.
Paris, Bally’s, Flamingo, the LINQ, Harrah’s and The Cromwell will remain complimentary for the first hour and will be seven dollars from one to four hours to park. For the whole day to park, the fee will be ten dollars.

Self-parking rates that will apply to all guests, including Nevada residents, starting November 2 at seven of the company’s Las Vegas properties.

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