Emerald Suites Cameron

4777 Cameron St, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103, United States
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
36%
27
Very Good
27%
20
Average
9%
7
Poor
9%
7
Terrible
16%
12

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  • Families63
  • Couples80
  • Solo92
  • Business65

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Taxi is Everywhere

by freddie18

There are many options if you want to take a taxi in Las Vegas. I am giving you contact information of some of the Taxi companies for your convenience:
*A-Cab Co.
5881 South Cameron
Las Vegas, NV 89118
702-369-5686
*A-North Las Vegas Cab
5010 South Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89118
702-643-1041
*Ace Cab Co.
5010 S Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89118
702-736-8383
*Checker Cab Co.
5225 West Post Road
Las Vegas, NV 89118
702-873-2000
*Deluxe Cab Co.
249 Elliot Road
Henderson, NV 89015
702-568-7700
*Desert Cab Co.
90 West Oakey
Las Vegas, NV 89102
702-386-9102
Henderson Taxi
1910 Industrial Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89102
702-384-2322

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Forum Posts

Limo Service

by iccuf

Am planning a trip to LV with another couple - special b'day for one in the party. I want to book a limo from the airport. There seem to be a wide range of rates, which makes me a little fearful of just taking the lowest quote. Both Bell and Presidential seem to be big ones. Does anyone know anything about these or have a better recommendation?

Re: Limo Service

by Agraichen

Used both and neither are worth the price, for me, when I can rent a car for the day for the same price or take the bus for a fraction. But if you want to spend the money for either would work.

Re: Limo Service

by Roadquill

Bear in mind that the ride from the airport to the Strip is a matter of minutes.... 10 at the most, and probably 5.

Re: Limo Service

by travelgourmet

Come on. If you are going to do a limo, then I trust you would be taking it for the ride down the strip and downtown not just to the hotel. That should take up to an hour at a minimum of $65 with tip. There is walk-up Limo service at the Airport. Face it, a taxi is only about $18.00 from McCarran to the Paris Las Vegas in the middle of the Strip and that's with tip. Do what you think would please the birthday person. In Las Vegas, there are a lot of things that can make it a special birthday for most people. A good bottle of Champagne in the room. A fantastic dinner at a gourmet restaurant. A wonderful show at one of the Hotels or that ride down the strip and downtown and back to your hotel by limousine. Viva Las Vegas! A great way to celebrate a birthday.;-)

Re: Limo Service

by Odinnthor

I suggest that you forget the limo ride from the airport, and instead, once you have checked in at the hotel, you then consider a limo for a evening out. For that I would recommend these guys. A ride around the Strip and catching all the free stuff on the way, while standing up in the limo and enjoying the volcano at Treasure island, the fountain at the Bellagio etc. Here is the website for the best in town for what you should want.

http://www.vegashotspots.com/vip_party_tours/

Here is info on the airport transfer.....

http://www.a2zlasvegas.com/transportation/taxicabs.html

Here is the FAQ page for what you can and cannot do in Vegas....

http://www.lvlg.com/faqpage.htm

Here is my own advise regarding gambling and nightclubs in Vegas...

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1276e2/cc416/1/

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1276e2/cc416/5/

Have fun in Vegas. It can be a real blast on a birthday........d:o)

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Las Vegas & Grand Canyon

by cmak

My favourite things in Las Vegas must be the fantastic neon lights by night! haven't seen a more artifical-enhanced place in my life! There is so much to see in Vegas, most are free and PLEASE rent a car if you can if you're staying for more than 2 days! The area doesn't seem too big, but walking day and night, in and out of casinos is quite tiring. Last thing you want is to fall asleep on the black jack table! I DIDN'T, I stood by my penny machines! :D
AND The Stratosphere! Do try it, the view from the top of the tower is great... the ride is "WOW"!
If your budget for hotels is mid-range then try the sahara at the end of the strip. another good choice might be Circus Circus, but it is a bit of a walk if you haven't got a rental! The trip from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon! You can get day trip to the Grand Canyon from here.
I went on one with a local operator, who flew me and my family to the Grand Canyon airport (in a little plane that is!) follow by a coach trip up the Canyon. Fantastic views. a MUST if you are near LV! Costing wise, about 100 to 140 dollars on average.
Grand Canyon is truly magificent, breath taking view. not to be missed.

The most imortant activity to...

by silvia-m.b

The most imortant activity to do in Las Vegas is walk along 'The Strip'. Is the most well-know and crowed street where on both sites you can see the more importants hotels, attractions, restaurants, malls... The best memory when I was in Las Vegas was feel that I was in different countries in few minutes...In the picture you can believe that I'm in Paris (France) but not...I'm in Las Vegas. Yeah!!!

Famous Dealers

by trina1

Imperial palace casino they have a few tabels together where the dealers all look like someone famous , i saw Rod Stewart , Alice Cooper and Elvis. They are all from the Legends show that plays at the Imperial palace.

Luxor and Karnak Avenues of Sphinxes

by Yaqui

This is a wonderful replica of the avenue of the grand criosphinxes (sphinx with the head of a ram instead of a human) that flanked the entrance to the Temples of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor. This avenue (long stone processional street called a dromos)was more than 3 km long, and had at one time more than 2000 sphinxes. These were build by King Nectanebo 1 in the 4th century, about 1,000 years after the temples.

Luxor
3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119-1000
(800) 851-1703

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Address: 4777 Cameron St, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103, United States