Monorail MGM Grand Station, Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Monorail is one of the fastest, newest and most fun ways to navigate the Las Vegas Strip. Particularly if you don’t plan to have a car while in Vegas and want to spend a good amount of time on the Strip, the Monorail in Las Vegas is a great option.
Travelers can purchase one of a few different types of Monorail Las Vegas tickets, ranging from just one ride to an unlimited three day pass. Tickets are available online or in person at one of the seven centrally located stations along the Las Vegas Monorail. The monorail operates Monday - Thursday from 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. and Friday - Sunday 7 a.m. - 3 a.m.
Whether you are staying at a hotel on the Strip or simply plan to visit the Strip for a night or two, the Monorail in Las Vegas does offer a fairly inexpensive way to travel the Strip without having to worry about the hassles of driving or finding a taxi. The first Las Vegas Monorail station is located near the MGM Grand, near the Luxor. The Monorail Las Vegas then travels north along the strip with the New York New York off to the left, and the Aladdin to the right, stopping at Bally’s across from the Bellagio.
Next stop on the Monorail in Las Vegas is in front of the Flamingo. This is also the closest stop to Caesars and one of the most popular stops for anyone looking to do some shopping on the Strip. Moving further north, the Monorail Las Vegas makes its next stop at Harrah’s, across from the Mirage, the Fashion Show Mall and the Wynn Hotel and Casino. For anyone traveling to Las Vegas on a business trip, the next stop at the Las Vegas Convention Center is a popular place to stop. The final two stops take riders first to the Hilton and end at the Sahara near Circus Circus. The end of the Strip is also a good place to catch a bus over to the Fremont Street experience if you are in Vegas without a car or other transportation.
While the Las Vegas Monorail Nevada is a great option for anyone traveling to Vegas without a car or other transportation, it also provides excellent transportation for guests who plan to spend a night or two partying along the Strip. For a minimal fee, patrons can get from one end of the Strip to the other on the quick, air-conditioned Las Vegas Monorail Nevada. The Monorail in Las Vegas adds to both the convenience of travel along the Strip as well as safety. For a fast ride to all of the great shopping, dining and glamorous clubs on the Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas Monorail Nevada is a great option for travelers of every kind.
In addition to the monorail, there are two smaller trams operating near the Strip. Every four minutes, 24 hours a day, a tram travels between the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Excalibur. Further up the Strip, the Mirage - Treasure Island Tram runs every 15 minutes between 9 a.m. and 12 a.m. Although the trams run a bit slower than the monorail, they are a great choice to save weary legs the walk between the popular clubs.
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