Transportation for Events in Las Vegas | The Vendry

Event Planning Guide
Las Vegas

Public Transportation
With nonstop flights from most major cities, Las Vegas is easily accessible for domestic and international event attendees alike. Once here, most visitors will need to rely on ride-sharing services and taxis to get around. Because of the heat and deceptively long stretches between hotels, exploring Las Vegas on foot isn’t advised.
Airport Information
McCarran International Airport (LAS)
Conveniently located just two miles from Las Vegas Boulevard and 3.5 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center, McCarran International Airport is the main airport serving the Las Vegas area. From the airport, you can reach the city via public buses, shuttle buses, taxis, and ride-share services. Most hotels are located within a 15-minute drive from the airport.
Public Transportation
Walking: If you choose to explore the Strip on foot, you may be able to travel between hotels via a bridge or underground walkway. Keep in mind, though, that because of the large scale of most buildings, objects may appear closer than they are in Las Vegas. So determine how far away your destination actually is before venturing out.
Bus: The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada operates bus routes throughout the area including two routes on Las Vegas Boulevard—the double-decker Deuce bus and the Strip and Downtown Express. The bus is the most budget-friendly way to get from the Strip to downtown/Fremont Street.
Rail: The Las Vegas Monorail is an elevated 3.9-mile system that runs along the east side of the Strip, with stops at some hotels and at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The monorail does not provide access to downtown Las Vegas or the airport.