In a statement issued by Gary Thompson, director of corporate communications at Caesars Entertainment, he cited the "increasing demand from our guests to provide a package price instead of the inconvenience of separate fees."
Um, ok. We're not really sure who these guests are as we often hear people absolutely hate resort fees, especially if they don't use WiFi or the gym (or the notary service or free 800 calls and other random services these fees often include.) But we suspect that in a town rife with these charges, Caesars literally could not afford to hold out any longer.
Still eager to stay at the Nobu Hotel Las Vegas? Rooms are holding steady at $249 a night next month. We'd do it and pay the $25 resort fee just to have some Nobu breakfast in bed.
See who charges resort fees and who doesn't on VegasChatter's 2013 Resort Fee Guide