It’s easy to drop your money in Vegas. Whether you’re playing that last dollar in your wallet or splurging on a table at a nightclub or a meal at a celebrity chef’s restaurant, it’s simple to let that money run through your fingers.

Perhaps the easiest (and least pleasurable) way to spend extra money is with resort fees. Maybe you’ve seen them added on to you bill at check out. Resort fees (while disclosed) are most hotel’s ways of charging extra for the things normally included in hotels everywhere else. In short, resort fees are used to cover in-room Wifi, use of the fitness center, local calls and more. They range in price from a few dollars a night to upwards of $30.

Thankfully, there are a few properties in town who have yet to add a resort fee to your booking. We’ve rounded up five of our favorites who still aren’t adding on a fee for the Wifi, local calls, use of the gym and beyond.


Casino Royale
One of the few resorts on the Strip to not have a resort fee is the longstanding Best Western Casino Royale. Located across the street from The Mirage (so, it’s a pretty decent location), the hotel recently revamped its 150-plus rooms. As a guest at the AAA Three Diamond property, you’ve got gaming, a new (!) White Castle, newly renovated seasonal swimming pool and more. Did we mention the killer location?


Main Street Station
This downtown hotel is a classic, and while it may not be near the action on the street, it does offer a free shuttle to whisk you down to the heart of it all (via a stop at Sam’s Town). Home to a brewery, Main Street Station also features the Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery to sample freshly brewed beer and a pool. Plus, it is packed with random historic objects, like remnants of the Berlin Wall, and more, all surrounded in a Victorian-era ambience.

A quick walk from the popular Fremont Street Experience is California Hotel. Like Main Street Station, California also offers a complimentary shuttle to Sam’s Town and then on to The Strip. It’s also got a roof top pool to catch those strong desert rays (with sunscreen, of course!), as well as plenty of dining, including Lappert’s Ice Cream Shop.


Eastside Cannery
When we say Off-Strip, Eastside Cannery is definitely that. But, this retro-themed hotel seven miles from the action was remodeled less than a decade ago and has plenty of gaming, bars and lounges to keep you occupied. If you’re searching for even more of a deal, Eastside Cannery also runs regular promotions on its rooms.

M Resort
South of the Strip is the M Resort, and the furthest resort-fee-free property at almost 17 miles from The Strip. Opened in the late 2000s, the M Resort has become a local playground of sorts, thanks to its gorgeous pool. But, that’s not all! It’s home to some fantastic restaurants, plus a posh spa. And, while it’s far from The Strip, it offers a free shuttle to both Tropicana and McCarran Airport.