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Las Vegas Monorail

The Las Vegas monorail opened in 2004 and covers a route from the MGM Grand to Harrah's on the Strip, before veering off-Strip to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and then back to Las Vegas Blvd. Sth. with a stop at the Sahara Hotel and Casino.
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Business Name: Las Vegas Monorail
Phone: 702/699-8200
Printable map: Click here
Official Web Site

Comments:
HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday-Thursday
7 a.m.-2 a.m.

Friday-Sunday
7 a.m.-3 a.m.

STATION LOCATIONS

Sahara Hotel & Casino(The Sahara station can be reached from GM's "THE DRIVE" Automotive Performance Park located at street level on Paradise Rd., behind the Sahara.)
The LVH (Located near the main entrance of the property, you can reach the station through the area formerly inhabited by the SpaceQuest Casino and Quarks Bar, currently being transformed into a new nightclub.)
Las Vegas Convention Center Station (The station, located at the intersection of Paradise Rd. and Desert Inn Rd., is reached from the Convention Center's parking lot.)
Harrah's/Imperial Palace (This station is located on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard between the two hotels. You can reach the station through either resort by heading to the back of these properties and following the signs to reach the Monorail station connector.)
Flamingo/Caesars Palace (Head past the Flamingo lobby toward the parking garage to reach the Monorail station, located on the east side of Las Vegas Blvd. Sth.)
Bally's & Paris (The station is located at Bally's, reached by heading toward the pool area through the Bally's Avenue Shops.)
MGM Grand (Located off Tropicana Blvd. on the east side of the property, at the hotel porte cochere. Entry is via the Studio Walk shopping area or the Star Lane Shops.)

FARES
Single ride ticket: $5
Good for one entry/ride. Exit at any station along the route.

Unlimited-Ride One-Day Pass (24 hours): $12

Unlimited-Ride Three-Day Pass (72 hours): $28

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit any Monorail station.

NEVADA RESIDENT TICKETS
Discount tickets for Nevada residents are available at the Monorail's customer service booths upon presentation of your valid Nevada driver's license, local or state government-issued identification card, or Sheriff's Card. Booths are located at MGM Grand and Sahara Monorail Stations and are open daily from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Maximum purchase: two single ride tickets per person per day.

ADDITIONAL TICKET INFORMATION

  • Children five and under ride free.
  • Tickets are valid for one year from the date they're printed (shown in the upper right corner).
  • Unlimited passes must be used within the 12 month period. Once the pass is initiated at the fare gates, it will expire in 24- or 72-hours. Ticket will reflect expiration date and time upon first use.
  • Folded or bent tickets will not work in the fare gates.
  • Sorry, no refunds.
  • All prices subject to change without notice.

For further information about how and where to purchase tickets, or other questions about the Monorail, visit the official Web site using the above link.


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Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5

4.5/5 Rating

Comments (1 comments):
monorail price - chessman (08/05/2013) - 4 out of 5 stars
We were able to get a 3 day pass for $17.00 at the 1/2 price ticket place at fashion place mall across from the Wynn. The monorail is fast and not crowded. If you don't mind the walk to the monorail, it is a relaxing way to get or down the strip quickly.

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