Las Vegas Monorail FAQs

LV Monorail glints off of gold hotel

Does the Las Vegas Monorail run 24 hours?

No, it does not. Current Las Vegas Monorail Hours are:
Tues-Thurs 7AM-2AM
Fri-Sun 7AM-3AM
Mon 7AM-midnight (LAME!)

What is the Las Vegas Monorail price?

The Las Vegas Monorail cost varies:
One Ride Ticket: $5
24 Hour Pass: $12
48 Hour Pass: $22
72 Hour Pass: $28
4, 5 and 7 Day Passes are also available.
Nevada residents can ride for $1 with ID.
Kids under 5 ride free.

How do I buy Las Vegas Monorail tickets?

You can buy e-tickets online.
You can use the ticket vending machines located at all stations.
You can buy a ticket from a human at a station from 9AM-6PM.

Does the Las Vegas Monorail go to the airport?

Nope. Extending the route to McCarran International Airport is Phase 3 of the monorail plans. But since Phase 2 to Downtown never happened, we are not holding our breath.

What Las Vegas hotels are close to the monorail?

Harrah’s, The Linq , SLS Las Vegas and the Westgate are the closest hotels to the monorail.
The Flamingo, Bally’s and Paris are a five to ten minute walk to the monorail, if you know where you are going.
The MGM Grand and the Signature at MGM are a five to fifteen minute walk, and God help you if you make a wrong turn.

How often does the Las Vegas Monorail run?

Trains arrive every 5 to 6 minutes for most of the day.
It can take up to 9 minutes at non-peak times.

What is the Las Vegas Monorail route?

The Las Vegas Monorail route runs from the MGM Grand on the southern end for four stops up The Strip to Harrah’s, where it veers East and goes to the Las Vegas Convention Center and points North. Check out our Las Vegas Monorail Map for all the details on the 3.9 mile route.