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Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

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Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

I am just getting all our documentation together for our trip starting on Tuesday.]

On the Treasure Island part of the trip the Ts & Cs say "a mandatory hotel imposed fee of $25 will be charged and collected by the hotel for all US Domestic, Canada, Mexico, Asia, Latin America and Oceania origin reservations".

I was under the impression the resort fee was payable by everyone? Does this mean we won't have to pay? Can any UK people confirm?

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1. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Hi, did you book with the hotel direct or a travel agent? A lot of agents include the resort fee in their price, but best to double check with them if you did. Enjoy your trip!

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2. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Can't comment on TI, but my friends stayed in Tropicana lately and had to pay. I was lucky, had booked Flamingo before they were Imposed so let off for us, they will get us next year so

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3. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

We booked via a travel agent. We chose TI in the knowledge there would be a resort fee but the documentation seems to suggest we would be exempt. I recall the agent saying to me on the phone there would be a fee though.

No big deal but they will get the $25 per night from me one way or another anyway : )

Edited: 26 May 2013, 21:22
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4. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

We had to pay it in October, we weren't exempt.

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5. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

We stayed at TI 2 weeks ago, had booked through Expedia and had to pay the resort fee. It's only optional if you book direct with TI.

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6. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Generally if you book the hotel as part of a package which for example includes flights then a resort fee should not be payable as its already been included in the room price.

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7. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Thanks all, will see how it goes on check in on Sunday, not too bothered either way.

First though, of to San Francisco tomorrow :)

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8. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Just to answer my own question we were not charged a resort fee, probably as PrestonTraveller says it was part of a package.

Not having the WiFi was a pain but we usually walked though the Mirage and log on there anyway ; )

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9. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

We've always booked a package from the UK and never been charged a resort fee.

It wouldn't be a package if they added on extras.

Travel agents in the Uk haven't been allowed to do that for years.

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10. Re: Treasure Island Resort Fee - Not Applicable to UK Guests?

Been to Vegas many time and booked through various ways, Expedia, package, direct with hotel.

So far I have always had to pay the resort fee.

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