- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A class action lawsuit filed in a California federal court alleges The Venetian and The Palazzo casino-resorts hid daily resort fees from travelers booking rooms at the Las Vegas Strip properties.

The lawsuit filed earlier this month said a Southern California man booked a three-night stay last June but wasn’t told the total would include a daily resort fee until he received a confirmation email reserving the rooms with a credit card.

The vast majority of Las Vegas casino-hotels charge resort fees the properties say cover the use of Internet, a gym, pool or other amenities whether the customer uses them or not. The Venetian and The Palazzo charge a $29 daily fee.

A spokesman for Las Vegas Sands which owns the casinos declined to comment on the lawsuit.


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