Just as Las Vegas returns to 100 percent capacity in casinos, restaurants, and bars, paid parking comes back to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The resort starts charging non-hotel guests for valet and self-parking starting June 1, although members of the rewards program and locals can get limited free parking.
Non-hotel guests can self-park for free for the first hour and then pay $10 for up to four hours and $15 for 24 hours. Valet costs $15 to $20 for non-hotel visitors. Registered guests at the resort can self-park and use valet for free. Locals can park for free for three hours.
Las Vegas resorts discontinued charging for parking and valet after they reopened last June following 78 days of a state -mandated shutdown to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Caesars Entertainment properties reinstated paid parking last October, although locals can park for free, while MGM Resorts returned to paid parking in May. Locals who scan their Nevada ID can park for free for three hours.