CEASARS is a well known brand that owns several casinos in Las Vegas.
The recent news of this company states that parking at their casino properties will soon become chargeable. About nine casinos are operated by the company and among them eight would be charging for parking. The announcement was made on 27th November by CEASARS Entertainment Corporation. The announcement stated that the company wills soon charge for self and valet parking in eight of its facilities across Las Vegas. The Rio is exempted from this plan as it is home to the world class event World Series of Poker.
The dates of implementation at the different venues will differ. As the holiday season approaches and the heavy rush that comes in, the company has taken this decision to curb the space crisis that is coming up in recent times. The parking by fee program will start by the end of the month and even the valet services that are offered at Harrah’s and LINQ would move to the paid model
Till the new parking meters are installed self parking at the casinos will remain free. Eventually all the casinos owned by the company such as Planet Hollywood, Flamingo, CEASARS Palace, Bally’s, Paris Las Vegas and The Cromwell would be following the model. The prices applicable for self parking have not been released yet though the prices applicable for valet services has been released. Those who are loyal members and part of the Total Rewards program or local residents with proof of residence will continue to get free self parking. The prices would be more applicable for tourists. Those who are in the platinum category in loyalty membership will also get complimentary valet service. The company representatives stated that the program is being introduced in order to ensure parking facility to members and local residents as opposed to those who simply avail of the facilities as they come and go.