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Palazzo Resort Fee taken off?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by golfer1903, Mar 6, 2019.

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  1. golfer1903

    golfer1903 MIA

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    Have you ever stayed at pallazzo and asked for the resort fee be waived. And if so how did it go?

    Don't still over free auto parking for guests
    Will be 30 yr anninversary currently in a luxury suite. What's piazza suite ?
    Thanks
     
  2. fugsworth

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    Don't hold your breath on the resort fee. Unless you have a reason, such as sufficient casino play or a customer service issue which causes them to waive it, they're not going to. "Luxury suite" is the name for the standard accommodation at both Venetian and Palazzo. I've stayed in a Palazzo luxury suite and it was lovely. "Piazza suite" is an upgrade on the Venetian side, approximately twice as big with a separate living room (as opposed to an open studio floor plan). They do offer free parking for guests.
     
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  3. Degauth

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    The front desk had no problem waiving the resort fee for me, the only thing I would have used is the Wi-fi anyhow but I could live without it. This was just a few weeks ago.
     
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    @Degauth Really?! I've never heard of that working anywhere on the strip except TI, which sometimes advertises "optional" resort fees. This is new information to me. Guess I should avoid such definitive predictions...
     
  5. Degauth

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    Originally my host said my resort fee would be covered, however I wasn't going to argue with the front desk clerk as I really didn't care if I had wifi or not and they had no issue not charging me for it. My room was comped however as well so I'm not sure if that played any part in it.
     
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    My trip last summer they gave me the option. It was a comped stay and they said I could accept or decline the fee. I declined and didn’t receive WI-FI, faxing, gym etc. This was August 2018.

    I called two months ago and booked a comp stay for April and I asked. They said they no longer offer for you to decline the fee. I will certainly ask in a few weeks.
     
  7. tycoon

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    I've stayed in 2017 and 2018 a few times. Comped.

    Never had to pay resort fees. They've asked if I wanted them added on for the wifi and such but I always decline.
     
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    I stay at The Palazzo comped and I never have been charged a resort fee. From my understanding resort fees are comped based on play.
     
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    They offer it to you in two parts at check in. I think resort fee gets waived if you ask to not use the gym and the WiFi is a separate charge. I think it’s like 2x + 1x = 3x resorts fee
     
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    Yeah, the way my host explained it to me is that if you get your first night comped the resort fees for the entire stay are waived, even if only your first night is a comp. WiFi is $20 per night but it’s fairly easy to get waived at the end.

    BTW, if anyone is curious about the pool on the V side, my host told me the other day that the construction there is supposed to all wrapped up sometime in May.

    :peace: :beer:
     
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    That's interesting, as I've got an offer of July 4th-8th comped, but was going to pay for 2nd-4th after the Wynn.

    Might cancel the 2-4, and book an extra 2 nights at the Wynn if it's gonna save me $200 in resort fees, or even $300 if I book 8th & 9th at Palazzo, too.

    This juggling hotel offers is almost a headache, lol. Don't know how you guys that play lots everywhere do it :D
     
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    Interested to see if they waive resort fees when we come in on a comp offer. That would be a pleasant surprise. If I remember correctly the WiFi worked well in the casino.
     
  13. Degauth

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    My last trip was 3 days comped for a slot tournament, I did not have to pay resort fee's however I didn't get wifi access in the hotel room either.
     
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    To update my post above. I finished a trip two months ago and was again able to decline the resort fee. It was nice to save 120+ over three days at the sacrifice of WI-FI and a few amenities I did not need.
     
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    On a comp stay I have never paid resort fees, unless I used some of the services.
     
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