Scroll over the map and click on a stop to find out all about the Las Vegas Monorail Stations.
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As you can tell by our Las Vegas Monorail map, taking the monorail while you are attending an event at the Las Vegas Convention Center is a no-brainer. You will save money and time avoiding the cab line at the Convention Center.
If you are staying at a hotel on the east side of Las Vegas Blvd South aka “The Strip,” you will also find the monorail to be a very convenient way to get around. The hotels that are most convenient to the monorail are the MGM Grand, Bally’s, The Flamingo, Harrah’s, The LINQ and SLS Las Vegas. The Westgate is even more convenient to the monorail since its station is in the front of the hotel by the main entrance. Of course, Westgate is not on The Strip.
As the Las Vegas Monorail map indicates, the monorail stations are located at the backs of the hotels. So if you are staying across the street on the west side of The Strip, you will need to walk across the street, through a casino and out the back to get to the monorail station. This can be quite a trek! Without exaggeration, it can easily take you up to a half hour. Especially if you are not exactly sure where you are going. Folks staying on the West side of The Strip (that’s the Bellagio – Luxor – Caesars Palace side) may want to take a cab to their ultimate destination instead.
The monorail system does not extend to the airport or downtown, and most likely never will. If you are headed downtown to Fremont Street, travel to the northern end of the Las Vegas monorail map to the SLS Station (formerly called the Sahara Station). From there, you can take a bus downtown. Visit our SLS Monorail Station page for more specifics on taking the bus downtown.