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Wynn Resorts tacks on mandatory $20 resort fee


Las Vegas Sun,  Monday, June 14, 2010 at 12:04:38 PM

Following some of its Strip neighbors, Steve Wynn's resorts are the latest in Las Vegas to institute a mandatory resort fee on its hotel guests.

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore on Thursday began implementing a $20-per-night fee for use of resort amenities. The fee includes use of the fitness center, in-room Internet access, local and domestic phone calls, and allows guests to print their boarding passes. The fee is tacked on to a guest's final bill regardless of what amenities are used.

"In an ongoing effort to enhance our guests' resort experience, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore will implement a $20 resort fee to all reservations," Wynn Resorts said in statement today. "Responding directly to extensive customer feedback, the resort fee will offer value to customers with a bundling of the most sought-after amenities."


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