· CAESARS PALACE: Keurig coffee makers are standard in all deluxe rooms. Coffee packets of four are $12.97 (includes sales tax) from the mini-bar. You can also have room service deliver decaf or tea packets instead. Coffee makers in other regular rooms and some of the suites can be ordered through room service for $40 a day and includes coffee packets.
· ELARA, A Hilton Grand Vacations Hotel: Some rooms have one-cup coffee makers while others have full coffee pots. All are complimentary for guests and the property does not have a resort fee.
· FLAMINGO: One-cup coffee makers (not Keurig brand) are a standard complimentary amenity in the all GO wing rooms & suites, including GO mini suites. Coffee makers are present in all Fab Luxury wing suites, except for mini suites. Interestingly, you will need executive approval from the resort to have a coffee maker delivered to your room.
· HARRAH'S LAS VEGAS: No coffee makers in the rooms. However, they are available to be delivered in-room for Total Rewards Seven Stars or Diamond Members upon request.
· HOOTERS: No coffee makers in the regular guest rooms, however, they are available in the hotel's international, jacuzzi and presidential suites.
· HOTEL32: Keurig coffee makers are complimentary in the studio rooms. The loft suites and penthouses at Hotel32 have Jura Espresso coffee makers while studios and 700-square-foot suites have Keurig. Coffee complimentary/included in the $25 resort fee.
· LUXOR: Only the luxuy suites have Coffee Express coffee makers which are complimentary.
· MONTE CARLO: All rooms have Keurig coffee makers and guests are given two complimentary K-cups a day (again, this is part of the hotel's $20 resort fee).
· NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Only the Penthouse has Green Mountain coffee makers which are complimentary to use.
· PALMS LAS VEGAS: The studio and one-bedroom suites have the Mr. Coffee one-cup coffee makers. Guests are given two cups complimentary and then all others are at a cost.
· PALMS PLACE: All suites have Keurig coffee makers. We couldn't find out how many K-cups are available but you could always bring your own.
· PARIS LAS VEGAS: No coffee makers in the regular rooms, but there are coffee makers in the suites and on the Total Rewards Diamond floors.
· RIO LAS VEGAS: All suites have a Keurig machine which offers a three-pack of K-Cups for $8. The fee is waived for Total Rewards Diamond members.
· THE SIGNATURE AT MGM GRAND: The suites at this hotel have in-room Cuisinart coffee and tea makers that are complimentary to use as part of the $25 resort fee.
· SKYLOFTS AT MGM GRAND: Each room has a Jura Espresso machine that is complimentary to use.
· THEhotel: Keurig coffee makers are available for a $4 charge per disposable coffee kit from the minibar.
· TRUMP LAS VEGAS: All suites have coffee makers that serve Wolfgang Puck coffee and are complimentary to guests as part of the $25 resort fee.
· VDARA: While the standard guest rooms do not have coffee makers, the Vdara suites and higher room categories have Keurig coffee makers along with two complimentary refills a day. Guests can also choose between decaf and regular. There is a $25 resort fee here as well.
· WESTIN CASUARINA: The Westin-brand one-cup coffee maker serves Starbucks coffee complimentary as part of the hotel's $11.50 resort fee.
· THE D LAS VEGAS: All rooms have Keurig machines that charge $2.50 per Starbucks K-Cup.
· EL CORTEZ: All rooms have single-cup coffee makers that are complimentary for guests to use.
· FOUR QUEENS: There are small coffee pots in each room that are complimentary for guests to use.
· FREMONT: One-cup coffee makers are available in the deluxe suites of the hotel and are complimentary for guests to use.
· GOLD COAST: Coffee makers are included in the $3 resort fee.
· GOLDEN NUGGET: All rooms have Keurig machines. The cost is $10 for a three-pack of K-cups. Stay in Gold Club rooms for free coffee in the hall.
OFF THE STRIP
· JW MARRIOTT LAKE LAS VEGAS: In-room coffee makers are found on top of the minibar and are complimentary for guests to use.
· THE LVH: The hotel's Business Class rooms have Keurig coffee makers at no extra charge.
· THE ORLEANS: All rooms have a single-cup coffee maker which are complimentary for guests as part of the $5 resort fee.
· RAVELLA: The in-room coffee maker is included in the $22 resort fee.
· SILVERTON: Starbucks in-room coffee maker for $5.60 a day. Makes four cups of coffee.
· SUNCOAST: Single cup coffee maker is included in the $5 resort fee.
· TUSCANY SUITES: Single cup coffee makers in all rooms for no extra charge. (The hotel does have a $14 resort fee.)
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