Las Vegas Monorail in Las Vegas, NV

3770 Howard Hughes Las Vegas, NV 89169
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$56.00
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Overview

Bypass the traffic and the wait times by riding the Las Vegas Monorail. With 7 stations located around the Las Vegas Strip, this convenient travel option connects you to a world of entertainment, dining, hotels, casinos, and so much more. Trains arrive every 4-8 minutes, giving you plenty of time to enjoy yourself in this great city. Ticket options include one-way, unlimited passes, and more.

Description

from Las Vegas Monorail
Let the Las Vegas Monorail be your Transportation Solution! The Las Vegas Monorail provides a quick and reliable transportation alternative for leisure and business travelers on the Las Vegas Strip. Directly connected to several Strip resort hotels as well as the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Monorail is the easiest, fastest and most convenient way to get from one end of the Strip to the other in just minutes.

Trains arrive every few minutes at each of our seven stations: MGM Grand Station, Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas Station, Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station, Harrah’s/TheLINQ Station, Las Vegas Convention Center Station, Westgate Las Vegas Station and SAHARA Las Vegas..

The system is open 7 a.m. to Midnight Monday, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. Friday through Sunday.

*Please note the Monorail does not have a station located at The Sands Expo* To get to Sands Expo, please take the monorail to Harrah’s/TheLINQ station and proceed to Las Vegas Blvd. head north towards Venetian Sands Expo.

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Shoup-a-loop
Temperance, Michigan
"It might save you a few minutees"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 17, 2020
By the time I walked through MGM Grand (which has terrible signage for the Monorail) and got to Linq, I might have saved a few minutes. It didn't really cut down on walking either, seeing as I had to go through MGM Grand to find the darn thing. Same deal the the Linq end, although not as bad. There are some elevators required at that stop as well as walking through a parking garage area. Not sure I would be OK with that late at night if I was a lady. I would probably just spend the ticket money and get an Uber/Lyft and go right from your stop to where you need to go. Much easier and only a little more expensive.
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mmmikec
Waukesha, Wisconsin
"Some stops are too far off the strip"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 08, 2020
We bought a 2 day unlimited pass and only used it twice. We were staying at the Venetian and it took longer to get to the monorail than just to walk the strip. It was nice to take it down to the mgm grand stop but we wouldn’t purchase again.
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jrzj42
Ellicott City, Maryland
"Clean & Cheap"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 08, 2020
Having worked in public transportation (Baltimore, Washington D.C., Orange County LA, Austin Texas) for many years, I can say that the Monorail is a pleasure to ride. It may or may not be convenient to use - depends on where you are at on the strip and how close a station is to you location. Certainly if you want to go from one end of the strip to the other, you can beat it for speed and cost. A $13/day, as many rides as you want, is hard to beat, even if it only travels 6-7 miles end-to end in about 20 minutes.
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jherbertcarter
Atlanta, Georgia
"Law Vegas monorail, walk instead"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 05, 2020
The monorail is clean, safe, fast. It costs $5 per trip. The downside is that for some trips, you are better off just walking. If you are going from, say, the MGM Grand to the Strat or the Convention Center, it would save you time, money, or a long walk up the Strip. But we were going from the Linq hotel to Planet Hollywood resort. The train stops right outside the Linq but it was a long walk through Bally’s and Paris to get to the street to go to Planet Hollywood. Coming back to our hotel, we realized it was going to be quicker and easier to just walk. It’s an experience to walk the Strip and the monorail takes an un-scenic back street where you see nothing.
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Bryanem
Lakeville, Minnesota
"Fast, Clean , Safe, and Good Value"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 02, 2020
The monorail can get you from one end of the strip to the other. Very clean, safe, always security guards at the stations. Price is much less than cans or Uber/Lyft. The stations are located several blocks from the Strip , so that is the downside. Walking all the way to the strip and then several blocks back off it to get to a station might be too much for some people. A few times I admittedly took a Lyft back to the hotel as I didn’t feel like a long walk back to a station. Overall, it’s a good deal and positive, if you don’t mind walking a lot.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Las Vegas Monorail

Is the system wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Monorail system is completely ADA compliant. Wheelchairs, walkers, mobility scooters and motorized scooters that assist those with a disability are permitted on the Monorail. All Monorail stations have accessible elevator service to all levels. There is level boarding from the platform to all trains. All Monorail cars have space to accommodate mobility vehicles. Properly harnessed and trained service animals accompanying persons with disabilities are permitted in Monorail stations and on trains.

Do children ride free?
Children five and under ride free and must be able to be carried through the fare gates, accompanied by an adult passenger who has a paid fare. Strollers are permitted. The stroller must be placed in the locked position for the duration of the ride.

How do I redeem my voucher?
Vouchers must be presented and redeemed for physical tickets at Las Vegas Monorail Customer Service Ticketing Offices (open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm) located at the following stations: MGM Grand (this station has 2 entrances; the ticketing offices are located near both station’s entrances, Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo, Harrah’s/The LINQ, Westgate Las Vegas, & SAHARA Las Vegas Station

Do the tickets expire?
Las Vegas Monorail tickets are good for one year from the date they are printed (shown on ticket). Unlimited Day Passes are good for unlimited rides for the period listed. Valid period begins from first use at fare gate during operational hours and valid for the consecutive days, as printed on pass. Each “day” equals a 24-hour period.

Where are the monorail stations?
•SAHARA Las Vegas Station (station entrance located via SLS Las Vegas Bridge and at street level on Sahara Avenue & Paradise Rd.)
•Westgate Las Vegas Station
•Las Vegas Convention Center Station
•Harrah’s/The LINQ Station (station entrance located at Harrah’s & The LINQ connector)
•Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station (station entrance located at Flamingo)
•Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas Station (station entrance located at Bally’s)
•MGM Grand Station

How often do trains arrive at the stations?
Trains arrive approximately every 4-8 minutes depending on the number of trains in operation, which is set based on time of day, day of week and anticipated ridership levels. For the majority of the day, trains arrive every 5-6 minutes. Station announcements notify you when the next train is due to arrive.