El Cortez Cabana Suites

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

651 East Ogden Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
36%
48
Very Good
39%
52
Average
15%
20
Poor
5%
7
Terrible
3%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 786% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo91
  • Business81

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Where to Buy Senior's Bus Pass

by wml24

We will be visiting Las Vegas (from Canada) shortly and want to purchase a 5-day senior's bus pass. I understand we will need an ID card, which according to the CAT web site can be obtained at either the Downtown Transportation Center or the South Strip Transfer Terminal.

Could anyone tell me where these are located and if they are easy to get to from the Strip. For example, distance respectively from a north strip or south strip hotel.

Thank you.

Quickest way to find out

by PR-7

This works on both Bing and Google, and probably on other search sites as well:

Do a search for

"las vegas" "Downtown transportation center"
or
"las vegas" "south strip transfer terminal"

Click on the map that pops up.

You'll have a detailed map of the location of these places, and see where it is relative to major hotels on The Strip.

Re: Where to Buy Senior's Bus Pass

by gsamuel

you can also buy them at Albertsons

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Take a taxi and leave the city bus

by yodam

I travel to Las Vegas about twice a year for business. And with each trip, I injoy a visit to the downtown core, Freemont St. at least for one evening.
Last time in Vegas, I was travelling alone and didn't want to hand over the 20 bucks for a taxi, so I jumped on the city bus, ($2.00).
It was packed, hot and smelly thanks to a fellow who (I swear) just filled his pants. Half an hour of holding my breath, I was on Freemont St. and eger to see Buckwheat Zydaco & Dr. John.
Both bands where to play (according to the advertising) Friday and Saturday. Turns out they are playing only Saturday. So, not wanting to repeat the bus experience, I grap a taxi, the driver misses my exit and trys to stick me with a $28.00 bill. I gave him 20 bucks and told him to buy a map.

Make sure you...

by Rice_Paper

The city of Las Vegas can suck the $$$$ out of you in a jiffy. With the food, the gambling, the shows, it can all add up in the end. So, I suggest you BUDGET! Esp. when you plan to gamble lots in Vegas. Make sure you don't write cheques your arse cannot cash (literally too) or you'll regret it. HEHEHEHHE

Enjoy the lights, glitter and surrounding area

by spartan

Take in the scenery, gamble, visit the hotels. But most importantly, get a map of the area and bring a good pair of walking shoes! Red Rock Canyon (about 30 minutes west of the city), Hoover Dam and Lake Mead (about 30 to 40 minutes southeast of the city) as well as Las Vegas at night; totally awesome sites.

Go to every hotel you can fit...

by K.C.

Go to every hotel you can fit into your visit! Each place is so different and unique. Going into Ceasar's Palace. It was amazing! They had a robot show of Zeus and two of his children. The efffects were really cool!

Booking hotels

by joiwatani

Make sure to book at a hotel where the location is at the center of the Las Vegas Strip. This will save you time, effort and money because most of the nice free shows and nice hotels are located at the middle of the Strip. This will also save you from taking the cab or taking the bus. We love just walking around the strip watching the free shows starting at the Fountain Show of the Bellagio Hotel, the Pirates at the Treasure Island, the volcanic eruption at the Mirage, the fights of the Atlantis at the Caesar's Palace, the magician's tricks at The V's at the Alladin Hotel, the children's game shows at the Circus' Circus...

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Address: 651 East Ogden Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States