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3735 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
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Car parking in Vegas???

by travellingtechie

Hi All!

Here is another quick one...how is the car parking scene in Vegas and how much does it cost? Is it possible that one parks the car at a location and then hop on to public transport to visit the various casinos or does one has to pay parking at all of them? And are there any shuttles/buses running from one casino or point-of-interest to another in Vegas, and if so how much does it cost and what is the frequency??

Thanks once again!

TT!

Re: Car parking in Vegas???

by travelgourmet

Hotel casinos have free parking or you can use Valet Parking for a fee. There is a free Tram from Mandalay Bay to the Excalibur with the Luxor in-between with a one way stop. See this Tram as well as shuttle and Monorail information at website: http://www.goingtovegas.com/kpv-get.htm

Re: Car parking in Vegas???

by PinkFloydActuary

That's a pretty good website that travelgourmet included above. The only one I used to use that I didn't see on there is the system that goes between Bill's/Gold Coast/Orleans. What I don't like about that one is it is a free-for-all when a shuttle arrives (i.e. you can be the first one in line, waiting patiently, but if the shuttle stops at a slightly different place on the curb, you may not get a seat.) I've found the Harrah's - Rio one to be nice and orderly, then you can check out Rio/Gold Coast and Palms. Be sure to have a Total Rewards card - sometimes they have checked if it is busy.

The monorail can be useful at times as well. A one day pass is $12. It can whisk you as far north as Sahara, and all the way down south to MGM, with many stops in between. If you have a day you just want to walk around the various casinos, and you don't have a giant party, this can be a pretty good value.

As a side note there is also a shuttle between Mirage and TI. Being these are next to each other, it doesn't get you very far, and taking it will preclude you from checking out some of the items in front of the casinos (Pirate ship area, Sigfried/Roy statue), but if you're just cutting through, can shave a few minutes off your walk time.

If you decide to drive and park, generally you can travel behind the east side of the strip on Koval ave and access the free self-parking more easily than dealing with the strip side traffic.

Re: Car parking in Vegas???

by Martinewezel

Don't worry. All hotels/casinos on the strip have a free parking lot. No problem, it's very easy. You won't need any shuttle. You can walk or drive your car. All parkings are free!

Re: Car parking in Vegas???

by oldguy472003

The Duce bus runs up and down the strip and it's cheap. A good option during the day. At night it will be too busy so you might as well hop a cab, they are pretty cheap and will take the freeway rather than the strip so will be much faster.

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

cheap drinks

by onembh

We found that in Vegas drinks could be expensive in various locations, the most we paid for to pints of draught beer was $30 about £20 . We did find a small back street bar where a bottle of beer was $ 1.50 the locals were friendly and the female bar staff charming!
It was behind the Flamingo hotel on a corner about 2 blocks down (less than 5mins walk from the strip).
Next door is an Italian restaurant called Battista 's which was pretty good cost about $30 per head includes all the red or white wine you can drink for free!
tel . (702) 732-709

Getting to Vegas

by goingsolo

Mc Carran International Airport is 8 miles from downtown Vegas and only a couple of miles from the southern end of the Strip. Depending on the traffic and where your hotel is located, the trip will take 10-20 minutes from the Strip and about 30 minutes from downtown.

Mccarran has 2 terminals: Terminal one serves most domestic airlines and Terminal two serves international carriers. Terminal one has four concourses, but there are no signs along the road leading into the airport which tell you which airline is in which concourse, which makes for a bit of confusion.

Go on the roller coaster on...

by feline01

Go on the roller coaster on top of the Stratosphere.
Go for a drive (in a convertible, if possible) in the desert.
Cruise The Strip at night in a car (again, try to have convertible).
Eat at one of the massive buffets. Getting married to my husband at the Candlelight Chapel on The Strip. It will be 5 years on 8/29/02.

Bellagio Celebrates Year of the Rabbit

by deecat

BE SURE TO VIEW ALL OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS

The Bellagio Hotel, Shops, and Cascino are just outright elegant. This is a Tuscan-style of architecture, and from the moment I entered the lobby with its two thousand glass blossoms [by Dale Chihuly], I knew this was a very special hotel. Having visited Bellagio, Italy, I knew I was in for a sensual treat.

The Via Bellagio Shops are quaint and mingle under the ceiling of glass and wrought iron. The restaurants include Yellowtail Sushi Restaurant, Picasso, a French Mediterranean, Le Cirque, an outpost of a famous New York restaurant, and Jasmine, which is Cantonese.

There is The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art exhibits, a 9 1/2 acre Mediterranean garden oasis, five heated pools, four spa tubs, rental cabanas with ceiling fans, a misting system, refrigerator, sink, dining set, television, and telephone! I can only say "WOW"!

There are almost 4,000 guest rooms done in a Mediterranean decor. There is MARBLE everywhere. Bellagio is a "high-end_ hotel that offers luxury and elegance. While we were there, it was Year of the Rabbit which was being celebrated in the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. It has a 45-foot tall Chinese Junk Boat topped with a 12-foot rabbit that represents the fourth sign of the Chinese Zodiac. [See Photo #4] This rabbit's fur is made from plants and sits in a forest of bamboo trees among 8 baby rabbits.

Photo #5 is the God of Prosperity who holds court here. There is also a scene with 7 replica Terracotta Warriors that are embellished with walnuts and ground carrot seeds! It is just amazing.

Entertainment Book (Part 3) ~Attractions~

by Christlike

This is a must for any vacation in America! This is a thick book composed of "buy-1-get-1-free" coupons to hundreds of places. There is a fine dining or classy section of coupons. There is also a casual section. For those who like Jack in the Box and other informal restaurant, they have that section too. In addition, there are quite a few coupons to various shops and online companies, which offer 25% and below off products. And Finally, there are many hotels listed in the back of the book which offer 50% off rack room rates. The list contains all the participants across the U.S. You can usually finds these books at colleges and universities or you can buy one online at http://www.entertainment.com. These books usually go on sale around October and they all expire November the following year. Usually around February, you can get the books around half price, just because the company doesn't want to get stuck with any printed books. I just bought 2 books for Vegas at $12.50 each, which includes free shipping. Below, is a list of all the fine dining and casual restaurants which offer the "buy-1-get-1-free." I have only listed the restaurants in Vegas, however, there are a few in Henderson, Boulder City, Bullhead City, Jean, Mesquite, and Laughlin. My other page entitled: Entertainment Book (Part 1), has a list of all the fine dining & casual coupons listed in the book. And my other page entitled: Entertainment Book (Part 2), has a list of all informal coupons listed in the book.
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Please note: The numbers in parenthesis corresponds to the quantity of coupons for that particular place.
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Attractions:

~ Regal Cinemas, United Artist, & Edwards Theatres (36)
~ Angel Park (3)
~ Speed the Ride
~ Theaters of Sensation
~ Southern Nevada Zoo (3)
~ High Roller
~ American Superstars
~ The Auto Collection
~ Callaway Golf Center (3)
~ Casino Player Magazine
~ Central Park West
~ Cinema Ride
~ Clark County Heritage Museums
~ Crystal Palace USA (3)
~ Dansey’s Indoor R/C Hobbies
~ Desperado
~ Emerald River
~ Green Valley Golf Range
~ Guinness World Records Museum
~ Invensys Classic at Las Vegas PGA Tour
~ Cyber Speedway
~ Las Vegas Little Theatre (LVLT)
~ Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix (3)
~ Las Vegas Natural History Museum
~ Laser Force (3)
~ Laser Quest
~ Liberace Museum
~ Lied Discovery Children’s Museum
~ Madame Tussaud’s
~ Mickey’s Cues & Brews (2)
~ Mountasia Family Fun Center (3)
~ Lost City Museum
~ Paintball Adventure Quest
~ PINK E’S (2)
~ Riviera Comedy Club
~ Crazy Girls (Riviera)
~ La Cage Show (Riviera)
~ Scandia Family Fun Center (3)
~ Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society
~ Bowling at Terrible’s (3)
~ Utah Shakespearean Festival
~ Wet’n Wild (3)
~ Disney On Ice
~ Knott’s Soak City
~ San Diego Wild Animal Park
~ Knott’s Theme Park (3)
~ San Diego Zoo
~ Six Flags Magic Mountain
~ Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
~ Universal Studios Hollywood (3)

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 Travelodge Las Vegas South Strip

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Address: 3735 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States