There are attractions in Las Vegas where you can have tons of fun without ever opening your wallet. There are even free things to do on the Las Vegas Strip. Watch water dance in a fountain show that's as exquisitely choreographed as a professional ballet or lights that fly to music above your head on the world's largest LED screen. You can even witness the fall of Atlantis, see a volcano erupt.
U.S. News has identified top hotels with free parking in Las Vegas Strip by taking into account amenities, reputation among professional travel experts, guest reviews and hotel class ratings.
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Upon its reopening, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will not charge for self-parking, according to a recent update on their website. The move comes just a day after MGM Resorts announced its plans to suspend parking at their 12 properties on the Las Vegas Strip. Though no reopening date has been set, casino properties appear to be making the move towards waiving fees for.
After years of charging for parking, all hotels on the Las Vegas Strip are again offering free parking. Morongo Casino reopens, prompting massive lines after monthslong closure due to COVID pandemic.
There are ways a savvy local can still get free parking on the Las Vegas Strip. Yes, there is still free parking in Las Vegas.
Wynn Las Vegas has followed suit with other Strip casinos in charging for valet parking but it has kept its self-parking free. The Hard Rock, which is east of the Strip on Paradise Road, and other casinos to the west of Las Vegas Boulevard, including the Rio owned by Caesars Entertainment, don’t charge for parking.
Caesars Entertainment, owner and operator of the most Las Vegas Strip casinos behind MGM, ended free parking in March 2017. But it appears Caesars is once again doing as MGM does. Las Vegas Locally, one of the most popular Twitter handles for the latest news on Sin City, said Monday, “Caesars will follow MGM Resorts in offering free parking at their Vegas resorts, according to an insider.
Located directly on the Las Vegas Strip in one of its most iconic casinos, this RV park is a classic way to experience the best of Las Vegas in an RV. You’ll be able to walk anywhere on the strip from Circus Circus RV Park, and the casino and entertainment at Circus Circus itself is right at your doorstep. Plus, being located on the north end of the strip means you’re also within walking.