LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The frustration over resort fees in Las Vegas are starting to become a problem across the country.
Attorney generals for Washington D.C. and Nebraska are suing two major hotel chains, claiming they're hiding the true price of their hotel rooms by charging hidden fees.
Consumer expert and publisher of Las Vegas Advisor Anthony Curtis says resort fees are a big pay day for hotel chains but bad business for consumers.
Although the lawsuits have been filed in D.C. and Nebraska, Curtis does not think the lawsuits will stick.
"There have been cases brought against casinos cases brought against hotels and companies for charging resort fees in the past and they never held up," Curtis said.