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Are you sitting down? Resort fees are about to hit the fan again. You may recall our disappointment was so severe last year over news the Cosmopolitan was adding a resort fee that we named it the Biggest Dissappointment of 2012. VegasChatter's annual Resort Fee Guide always draws plenty of opinions on their usefulness or lack there of. Many readers confirmed they would stick to Caesars Entertainment which was so proud of its no resort fee policy, it once created a marketing campaign with angry showgirls to remind everyone they were above resort fees.
No more. Vegas.com is reporting that effective March 1 Caesars Entertainment properties will also tack on the much dreaded
Ticketmaster resort fee. Sigh. Sigh. One more: F*&$ing SIGH. Caesars Entertainment resort fees will reportedly start at $10 for The Quad and go up to $25 at Caesars Palace. The report indicates this covers admission for two to spa facilities, in-room internet access for one device, and all local phone calls.
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When The Linq opens in late 2013, it will feature up to 40 restaurants, bars, shops and nightlife venues. And, while we've talked about how it will change the Las Vegas shopping experience and waxed on about the stores we'd love to see there, its been anyone's guess as to what will actually land there. Until, most disappointingly, now.
Eater Vegas has discovered that Yard House will open at The Linq next fall. To which we utter a very disheartened meh. The bar/restaurant chain is ok and all and is popular enough to boast locations across the US, but we were really hoping for so much more from The Linq.