Las Vegas Monorail in Las Vegas, NV

3770 Howard Hughes Las Vegas, NV 89169
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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

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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 SLS Station.

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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Bryant A
Keene, New Hampshire
"A Las Vegas must if visiting..."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 14, 2019 NEW
If a tourist visiting Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Monorail pass is a must... A great deal is to buy a multi-day ride all you want pass to move freely up and down the length of the Las Vegas Strip. With multiple stops at major hotels, the LAs Vegas Monorail puts up within easy walking distance to all of the major hotels and casinos along the strip.
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Ryan66224
Overland Park, Kansas
"Great experience & access"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 14, 2019 NEW
In town for a conference at the convention center. Stayed at MGM grand. The monorail was super convenient. For just $5, I could get from MGM Grand to the Convention Center in about 10 - 12 minutes. It was cheaper & more convenient than an Uber.
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926vijayj
Palm Coast, Florida
"2 day pass "
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed May 07, 2019 NEW
Worst experience of my life. Have to walk a mile through the smoked filled casinos to get to it , no easy access. Wasted $46. Advice : get a hop on hop off bus.
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JL C
King George, Virginia
"Not convenient to all hotels"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed May 07, 2019 NEW
The distance we walked to get to the monorail was longer than if we had just walked to where we were going. We stayed at the Cosmopolitan, so we walked to the back Bally's to get on the monorail.
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Kenyon1972
Pooler, Georgia
"Stations can be hard to find, but a great way to get around"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 06, 2019 NEW
We used the monorail for a day to make sure we knew how to get from the Mat Franco show at the LINQ to our dinner at Craftsteak in the MGM Grand. It is good to scope out how to get to the stations beforehand, since they can be out of the way. Still, it is a quick, quiet and uncrowded way to get around. You are not fighting the crowds on the Strip. The wait times are reasonable and there is security at the stations - not that we felt the need but still comforting.
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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 10am to 6pm) 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, & SLS.

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?
•SLS 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.