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Las Vegas: Golden Entertainment's The Strat to introduce paid parking

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Golden Entertainment's The Strat resort in Las Vegas is planning to charge for parking, as a recently installed sign at the entrance of the facility's self-parking garage indicates. It is unclear when the company will implement parking fees. The Strat joins MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment resort properties in charging customers for parking.

A hotel reservations representative at The Strat on Monday said parking will remain free on the first and second levels of the garage but that fees on the upper levels will apply based on distance from the parking garage elevators and could be determined by scanning a QR code in the garage. The representative said VIP parking would be free, according to the Las Vegas-Review Journal.

The sign at the parking garage indicates different rates would prevail Mondays through Thursdays and Fridays through Sundays. It did not list rates but had information indicating different rates for 0-4 hours and 4-24 hours, as well as daily rates on weekdays and 0-4 hours and daily parking on weekends.

Furthermore, the sign also said rates could change without notice on holidays and during special events.

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