Cosmopolitan Paid Parking/Valet Coming in 2017

Cosmopolitan

Paid Parking Coming to Cosmopolitan¬†in 2017…

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is jumping aboard the paid parking train along with Caesars and MGM. Back when MGM started the paid parking trend on the Strip, Cosmopolitan said they wouldn’t charge for parking. Now, with Caesars aboard, Cosmopolitan also plans to get in on new revenue.

Beginning in early 2017, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will charge for valet as well as self-parking. Here are the rates per their dedicated parking website:

SELF-PARKING RATES (BEGINNING EARLY 2017)

  • 0-1 hour: Complimentary
  • 1-4 hours: $7
  • 4-24 hours: $10
  • 24+ hours: $10 per day (or additional portion thereof)
  • IDENTITY MEMBERSHIP & REWARDS MEMBERS: Self-parking is complimentary for Sterling status or higher, subject to availability. Must have Identity card present.
  • Motorcycles and two-wheeled vehicles: Exempt from parking fees
  • Rates are subject to change.

VALET PARKING RATES (BEGINNING EARLY 2017)

  • 0-4 hours: $13
  • 4-24 hours: $18
  • 24+ hours: $18 per day (or additional portion thereof)
  • IDENTITY MEMBERSHIP & REWARDS MEMBERS: Valet parking is complimentary for Gold status or higher, subject to availability. Must have Identity card present.

I couldn’t help but notice that unlike MGM and Caesars, the term “enhanced parking experience for our customers” wasn’t used as an excuse, so at least Cosmo is keeping it real. There’s more info with answers to questions, right here.

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3 Comments on "Cosmopolitan Paid Parking/Valet Coming in 2017"

  1. YEAHHHH (kidding) wow this is really really hapening folks :-(. I’ve only been going to Vegas every year for about 6 years but happy to be able to have had a chance to experience the no parking fees.

  2. This would be a good opportunity for Laughlin & Reno to start making some $$$! Vegas is becoming way overpriced on everything! Next thing you know there will be an admission charge to walk in to a casino or a toll charge to walk on the main strip…….in other words Vegas is getting ridiculous.

  3. Cathryn Carter | December 12, 2016 at 2:33 pm |

    Monetize everything. Charge for Bellagio Conservatory? Charge to walk through Wynn non-casino areas? Pay to see the Flamingo’s flamingos? Continue to “de-theme” resorts and casinos? “Resort fees” were egregious and now parking and stadium tax? Phil Ruffin’s destruction (and “rebranding”) of Treasure Island? On and on. Sigh.

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