Relax when you travel around Las Vegas resort in style using the convenient and scenic monorail system that runs from the MGM Grand Station to the SLS Station. The Las Vegas Monorail is an exciting and convenient transportation option that can take your travel group from a variety of hotels, casinos, convention centers and activity locations that are close to the strip. Trains arrive every four to nine minutes and there are seven stations located along the very popular Las Vegas Boulevard. This transportation option is one of the fastest, cleanest and most efficient available in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. It is available seven days a week during all seasons and is very family friendly. All of the monorail cabins are climate-controlled and featured deluxe seating for maximum passenger comfort.
There are several free shuttles that run from the Las Vegas Monorail stations. You can combine a ride on the Las Vegas Monorail and a free shuttle service to arrive at your destination each day during your holiday or business trip. The free shuttles available are from the Rio Hotel and Casino, Sam’s Hotel and Gambling Hall, The Palms, Orleans and Gold Coast Hotel, M Resort Spa and Casino, Palace Station, Green Valley Ranch and Southpoint Hotel. Time and age restrictions may apply for riding the shuttles. Please check the specific shuttle details for more information.
Tickets for the Las Vegas Monorail can be purchased in advance of your arrival to Las Vegas resort by clicking on the Expedia link and choosing “Things To Do”. Or you can purchase a ticket at one of the vending machines located at all of the stations.
There are seven monorail stations in Las Vegas to choose from. Each station stop takes your entire travel group close to an amazing selection of accommodation, restaurant and entertainment options.
– MGM Grand Station
– Bally’s / Paris Las Vegas Station
– Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station
– Harrah’s / The LINQ Station
– Las Vegas Convention Center Station
– Westgate Las Vegas Station
– SLS Las Vegas Station
Our group purchased some tickets for the Monorail and decided to go for a ride between a few places. It was easy and scenic view of Las Vegas as the passenger cars move along in the sunshine. A fun ride that was mainly for transportation but more fun than taking a taxi for sure.
I found this monorial to be an easy way to get around Las Vegas resort during our vacation. It costs a few dollars to ride and you will want to look closely at the maps to make sure you get off at the right stop. It was easy to go to locationson the strip using the monorail each day when leaving our hotel accommodations. The ride was fairly scenic also.