Discover How to Waive Vdara Resort Fee

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How to Waive Vdara Resort Fee Easily

Staying on the Las Vegas Strip means you're always close to the excitement. Dinner shows and spa experiences are a matter of minutes from your door. Sadly, all that access comes at a cost. Like most hotels, accommodations on the Vegas Strip can eat away at your money with surprise fees. If your motto when managing your wallet is "know before you go", DoNotPay can help you learn about all the and how you can avoid them.

Fees Charged at Vdara

Deposit and Resort Fees

When you check-in, you will be asked to pay a daily deposit in case of any damage. The amount of the deposit varies by room type:

  1. Studio - $100
  2. Suite - $250
  3. Luxury Suite - $350

Like many hotels on the Strip, Vdara also charges resort fees. There is a $45 fee added to your room for each night of your stay to cover the price of amenities. Your is used to pay for

  • Internet access
  • Unlimited local and toll-free calls
  • Airline boarding pass printing
  • Access to digital newspapers

Parking Fees

Vdara only allows valet parking. If you wish to park your vehicle yourself, you will have to park at ARIA. Self-parking is $18 per day or a fraction of a day greater than four hours. Valet parking costs vary by day:

Monday to Thursday$30 for every day or period greater than four hours
Friday to Sunday$35 for every day or period greater than four hours

Occupancy Change Fees

You give the expected number of guests when you make your room reservation, but if you do have extra people in your room, you will be charged. There is a $40 fee per person per night for more than two occupants in a room.

Extended Stay Fees

If you would like to add a few hours onto either end of your stay so that you're not waiting at the airport, you can do so for an extra fee:

  1. Early Check-In: Check-in as early as 11 am for $50
  2. Late Check-Out: Check out as late as 3 pm for $60

It is free to leave your luggage at the hotel before your room is ready.

Cancellation and Early Departure Fees

Vdara abides by the MGM cancellation policy, which lets guests cancel their reservations up to 48 hours before their stay. If you want to shorten your stay instead of canceling, you will still be asked to pay the full price of your reservation.

Pet Fees

Vdara does have rooms specifically for guests who travel with their dogs, but space for pets comes at a price. There is a fee of $150 per dog per night, with up to two dogs allowed in a room. Service animals are exempt from this charge.

How to Get Fees Waived at Vdara

There are a few ways to get around parking fees. If you do not need a vehicle, you can use the airport shuttle instead of renting a car. Shuttles to the airport cost approximately $10 a person. If you are a Nevada resident attending an event at the hotel, you may be able to get free self-parking. A valid Nevada driver's license gets you three hours of free parking unless there is a special event going on.

Some guests have reported having their resort fees waived because of the amount of money they spend in MGM casinos, but there are no guidelines or guarantees of this happening.

If your reservation dates have changed since you booked, tell hotel staff when you check in to avoid the early departure fee.

Fight Vdara Resort Fees With DoNotPay

If you want to but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 4 easy steps:

  1. Go to the Hotel Bill Negotiations product on DoNotPay.

  2. Answer a few questions about your hotel bill, which charges you want to have refunded, and the details of your reservation.

  3. Tell us whether this is for a past reservation or you're still at the hotel (this helps us decide whether negotiation or chargeback is a better option for your case).

  4. Choose whether you want us to contact the front desk or general manager (if you've already tried contacting the front desk already).

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