The SAHARA hotel and casino has implemented a daily housekeeping auto-gratuity of $1.99. This new charge is added to your room unless you opt out at the time of your hotel check-in. Hotel fees are nothing new to frequent travelers who visit Las Vegas. Many hotels already charge resort fees, parking fees, Concession and Franchise (CNF) fees, Restaurant Relief fees (RRF) fees and others. SAHARA’s description of this new charge gives the impression that the full amount goes towards the housekeepers as a means for tipping. But does all of this fee really go to the housekeepers, or is it just a way for the hotel to collect further profit? This could have an impact for locals that work at the hotels, as well as tourists who may or may not be visiting on a budget. What do you think of this new surcharge?
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