Sign up to receive the latest news and updates from View From The Wing. like free newspapers etc Sign up by end of September and you have Diamond staus until January 31 2018. The Cosmopolitan: $41.95 USD resort fee per night; Total Resort Fees for 3 Nights: $83.90 USD / $111.27 CAD Mlife Gold is quite lacking in tier-based benefits in the Las Vegas Market. As most of you probably know, Hyatt Gold Passport and MGM M Life have a partnership in Las Vegas, which was the first and best of its kind. Right now I only know of data points supporting the in person match in Atlantic City. Today, it’s just an expensive hotel room, expensive meals and nothing left over to gamble or spend on events. Sign up by end of September and you have Diamond staus until January 31 2018. The top of the line customers (high rollers or “whales”) often don’t even use such a card but are rated on a face basis and play in a different league altogether. December 2020 update: Golden Nugget’s resort fee went from $20 to $22, Resorts’ fee went from $22.08 to $31.40, and Tropicana is now owned by Caesars so they increased their fee from $24.59 to a much more Caesars-like $32.27. The resort fee includes: Property-wide high speed internet access (public spaces and in-room), unlimited local and toll free calls, airline boarding pass printing, and fitness center access for guests 18+. SMG, I have been staying at quite a few different MGM hotels over last several years through my MLife account without paying anything for four nights other than resort fees and taxes. In my last post of this series, I showed you how you can get MLife Gold from your Hyatt Explorist, ... No resort fees on any hotel stay; $100 Celebration Dinner voucher; Access to Diamond Lounges; Hard Rock and Ocean Resort Casino. Then you add no Resort Fees (M Life charges them even for Noir unless your host takes them off), no parking fees, annual dinners, Laurel Lounge access, free shows and other benefits and I probably get around $10,000 a year in value. Using mine, the difference was a whopping $68 bucks, money which would more than take care of the Resort Fee and a bit of boozing. function FeedBlitz_38c1dd64e97a11e2a18900259077114bi(){var x=document.getElementsByName('FeedBlitz_38c1dd64e97a11e2a18900259077114b');for(i=0;i