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(Tip) Venues that allow third party photographers

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Last updated: 12 Jun, 2013
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Posted: 12 Jun, 2013
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Updated: 12 Jun, 2013
by vegasgroom.

Keep in mind this list is generally referring to each resort's chapel, not the property as a whole.

This is NOT a definitive list by any means, but as of summer 2013 here's some venues that I've heard of which will allow you to bring your own photographer in:

  • Quad (formerly Imperial Palace) for a fee
  • Red Rock Hotel
  • Lake Las Vegas Hotels (Westin, Ravella, MongeLago)
  • Bali Hai Golf Club
  • Springs Preserve
  • Platinum Hotel
  • Planet Hollywood for a fee
  • Plaza
  • Paiute Golf Club Resort
  • Aliante Hotel
  • The Smith Center

Taken from http://forums.theknot.com/discussion/980519/hotels-that-allow-your-own-photographer

Possibles:

  • Caesars (sometimes; they let you for a few months, then they don't, who knows; typically in the $300 fee range)
  • Wynn for what I've heard is a very large fee ($600+)

Venues that definitely do NOT let you:

  • Cosmo (some past incidents with photogs being asked to leave from anywhere on the property)
  • Venetian (in fact they ban third party photogs from the entire property)
  • MGM
  • Luxor
  • Monte Carlo
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • Excalibur
  • Stratosphere
  • Shalimar
  • Aria
  • Circus Circus
  • Mirage
  • Peppermill
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