I'm sure many who have visited Las Vegas have already been the victim of the "resort fee" that pretty much every single hotel with a casino (and even some that don't) will charge. However, the extra fees don't stop there. I just recently stayed the weekend at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas and decided to ship a new battery for my mobile phone to the hotel. It arrived as expected (thanks Amazon) but when picking it up at the business center, they stated that it would be a $10 "handling fee" from the hotel. I explained to the employee that no one at the hotel had stated that there would be a fee to have packages sent there when I originally called to confirm that I could ship packages to the hotel and obtain the address to ship it to and where I could pick up the package. As per the usual Las Vegas employee... she didn't care nor respond. The casino handling charge effectively doubled the cost of the item so I had thought about just leaving it and ordering another battery and shipping it to my hotel where I would be a few days later as I'd rather give my business to a company that actually doesn't try to screw over their customers. However, I decided to pay the fee as I didn't want to create more waste and as a reminder to write this post so that others may learn to avoid this fee. This actually got me thinking that maybe 10-15 yrs ago, I had shipped something to myself at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and was also hit by the "handling fee" but there wasn't a forum that I belonged to at the time to share this info.