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encore comped room/resort fee

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by buckeyetodd, Apr 28, 2012.

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  1. buckeyetodd

    buckeyetodd Low-Roller

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    i have three nights comped next month at encore. does anyone know if they will waive the resort fee on a comped room?

    i understand i'm getting a free room and i appreciate it but.....these resort fees really tick me off. i've chosen caesars properties the last few trips
    just to show my displeasure with mgm and the resort fees.

    i would hate big brother to get involved but they finally had to do something with the airline industry.

    just tell me a price. if it's too much, i'll go elsewhere. stop the backdoor charges.
     
    gonna be a two royal trip!!
  2. Dean Martin

    Dean Martin VIP Whale

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    I'm not sure if it makes a difference, but it might as to whether your "comp" is a marketing offer or an actual comp from a host. I do know the rules can and do vary between the two.

    That said, I can tell you how it works for us; I go thru our host to make reservations and she always comps the room for all nights and we are not charged a resort fee. But.... if we want to use one of the items covered by the resort fee (like the gym area) then we either need to pay the daily gym entry fee or the resort fee. We're not high rollers by any strech but I'd say we're mid-tier gamblers and I believe that is Wynn's policy for gamblers in that range. Steve Wynn is very business like in his approach, hence (like him or not) the reason he is so successful. A good example is (I believe) if you move up to the Tower Suite rooms, they don't charge a resort fee but you do get the ammenities.... Mike E could answer that one for sure.

    So...in the Resort Rooms no resort fee = no resort fee ammenities
     
  3. hawaiikris

    hawaiikris Tourist

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    We stayed there in March with 3 comped nights from an offer not a host. We did have to pay the resort fee, but we also use the work out facilities and the Internet so it is worth it to us.
     
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