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For an economical way to your hotel, hop on a shuttle from the airport for as low as $7. Check with your hotel for schedules.
If you want the convenience of having your own ride during your stay, or want to take a short road trip to the Hoover Dam, Red Rock National Conservation Area, Lake Mead or other surrounding scenic spots, consider renting a car. The average price for an economy car in Las Vegas is around $30 per day, but the sky's the limit if you want something a bit more extravagant.
If you have a large group or are in town for a special occasion, a limo might be the best way to travel in style for as low as $55 an hour. Limos are also great for cruising the Strip after the sun goes down. Check out a list of transportation companies here.
Party buses are the ultimate Strip cruising and barhopping machines! Let them bus you and 28 of your closest friends from one property to the next for as little as $60 an hour.
Free parking is abundant. Virtually every major hotel offers free valet parking (Don't forget to tip!).
Public Transportation - Regional Transportation Commission
Catch a bus to roll down the Strip, check out the Las Vegas Premium Outlets or head up to Fremont Street. Tickets are $2 for a single ride, $3 for a two-hour pass or $5 for a 24-hour pass. Purchase tickets on board the bus upon arrival. Check out the routes here.
Shuttle to Fashion Outlet Mall
Want to shop until you drop? The Fashion Outlets operate a daily shopping tour with departures from MGM Grand, Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Fashion Show Mall and LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The round-trip fare is $15 and includes a savings card with more than $800 in savings at participating stores. Check out the shuttle schedule here.
Las Vegas Monorail
Get from one end of the Strip to the next in just 15 minutes, or stop at each property in between! The monorail travels from Sahara Avenue to MGM Grand seven days a week from 7-2 a.m. Monday - Thursday and until 3 a.m. Friday - Sunday. The monorail is also convenient for guests traveling to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center. This summer, you can get an unlimited day pass for just $9. Visit the website for bus stops and ticket prices.
Connecting ARIA, Bellagio, Vdara, Monte Carlo and Crystals, this elevated electric track has the capability to move up to 6,400 passengers each hour. It is available from 8-4 a.m. daily. The tram is free.
Mirage-Treasure Island Tram
The tram arrives every 15 minutes from 7-2 a.m. daily. The tram is free.
Mandalay Bay-Excalibur Tram
Fares start with $3.30 on the meter, and $2.60 is then added for every additional mile. There is an additional $1.80 charge for McCarran Airport passengers. For example, riding from the airport to Caesars Palace would cost you around $19, plus tip.
Vegas on Foot
You can still cover a lot of the city on foot. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and carry a bottle of water, especially during summer months. The Strip is approximately 4.8 miles long.
He's starred in a Vegas commercial, and has an upcoming monthlong residency at Planet Hollywood later this summer, but this Friday night at The Mirage's 1 OAK, catch The Voice star Cee Lo Green performing live. For more live music, catch Fantasy lead vocalist Lorena Peril performing at LAX on Saturday. There are plenty of top-make music producers in town this weekend as well, including Tiesto, Sander van Doorn, Avicii, Hardwell, Lil Jon, DJ Vice and Kaskade. The complete rundown:
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Downtown Las Vegas always has a rockin' weekend schedule. Free shows occur on the First and Third Street stages on Fremont Street, in addition to the overhead VivaVision shows. And the new Fremont East Entertainment district offers a variety of unique bars and clubs, including piano bars, bands, arts, arcades and more! For the latest in Vegas nightlife, go to VisitLasVegas.com.
April Fools' Day is this Sunday, but the lineup of celebrities and top musicians in Las Vegas this weekend is nothing to joke about. From birthday celebrations for Fergie and Perez Hilton to performances by Tyga, Trey Songz and Tiesto, there's no shortage of nightclub excitement. Toss in some pool parties and Sunday's 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand, and you've got a recipe for an amazing weekend in Vegas!
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Spring is officially here, and that means the Vegas party scene gets even hotter with the start of celebrity pool parties. Kendra Wilkinson is hosting this Saturday at MGM Grand's Wet Republic. A look at this weekend's celebs and spin masters:
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Saturday, March 24
St. Patrick's Day is upon us and at the end of the rainbow lies ... Las Vegas, where Irish-themed celebrations and celebrities and nightlife collide all weekend long!
For some Vegas-style St. Patrick's Day revelry, head to O'Sheas on the Las Vegas Strip for an all-day party led by Lucky the Leprechaun from noon till 2 a.m., with food and drink specials and live entertainment. Or say one last goodbye to Fitzgerald's as the downtown hotel has become The D Las Vegas.
You can also celebrate the one-year anniversary of Irish pub Rí Rá Las Vegas inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place with live music, giveaways and even a parade through the resort featuring bagpipers and Irish dancers beginning at 11 a.m.
There's plenty more to enjoy all weekend long, so check out our recent blog for more ideas.
When the sun sets, you'll have plenty of celebrity-hosted parties, such as Rob Kardashian's birthday bash, and amazing musical acts to choose from, including Akon and LMFAO.
Here's the lineup of unparalleled nightlife. Erin Go Bragh!
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NASCAR Weekend is here, and the stars are out to celebrate. Driver Denny Hamlin makes a pit stop at 1OAK; Kreayshawn hosts at TAO; you can blow out the birthday candles with Chelsea and That '70s Show star Laura Prepon at Pure; enjoy a bash with former Desperate Housewives star Jesse Metcalfe at Gallery, and more!
A look at who's where and when this weekend in Vegas:
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Sunday, March 11
Las Vegas is always home to the best mix of celebrities, producers, DJs, and more creating the hottest nightlife scene on the planet. As we March into a new month, here's a look at what's happening in Vegas this weekend:
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As always, there's plenty of sizzling nightlife in Las Vegas over the weekend. Some of the world's top producers, DJs, celebrities and more can be found in Las Vegas. A look at what's happening this weekend:
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The final weekend of January is filled with celebrities, music and more in Las Vegas. Come see why no place can deliver nightlife each and every week like Vegas!
Do it all again this Friday night, Jan. 27, when Katy Perry hosts the official grand opening of 1OAK at The Mirage. This special "Give Love" charity event is also presented by J. Molinari Jewelry designers. DJ Jus Ske provides the sounds.
Also on Friday night, some of the world's top spin doctors are on the 1s and 2s, including Lil Jon at Surrender inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, Sander van Doorn at the Cosmopolitan's Marquee, DJ Spider at Tryst inside Wynn Las Vegas, Dimtri Vegas & Like Mike with Cazzette at ARIA's Haze and DJ Ross One at TAO at The Venetian. At Rain inside the Palms, Bow Wow performs live.
On Saturday, Twilight fans can catch Peter Facinelli partying the night away at Chateau at Paris Las Vegas (vampires are nocturnal, after all), or help American Horror Story star Evan Peters blow out the candles at his birthday bash at RPM Nightclub. Recording artist J. Cole is also celebrating his birthday on Saturday with a party at Lavo in The Palazzo.
Kid Rock follows his two-day engagement at Mandalay Bay with a concert afterparty at TAO, and more spinmasters are pumping out beats all over town, including Jermaine Dupri at Tryst, Robbie Rivera at XS inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano at Marquee, Zen Freeman at Ghostbar in the Palms, Aaron Perez and M!keAttack at the Artisan Hotel, Savoy at Rain and Dada Life at Surrender.
On Sunday, close out the weekend at Artisan Hotel with DJ C LA. It's a weekend of celebrity birthday bashes, mega mixmasters and more in Vegas!
The biggest names in music descend on the world's most exciting destination Jan. 20-21 for a weekend of nightlife only Vegas can deliver.
Kick things off Friday night with your choice of spinmasters, including Chromeo at Haze inside ARIA Resort, ATB at The Venetian's TAO, Markus Schulz at Marquee at the Cosmopolitan, Clash Friday at the Palms with M!keattack & Exodus spinning at Rain and AN21 & Max Vangeli at XS inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. Cobra Starship will also be performing live at 1OAK in The Mirage.
You can also catch Mac Miller Featuring Skinworkxxx at Haze, Rhiannon at The Palazzo's Lavo, I Love NY with The Chainsmokers at 1OAK, Menno de Jong at Rain, Above & Beyond at Marquee and DJ/Playmate Alie Layus spins at the Playboy Club in the Palms.
Make your plans to party the night away this weekend in Vegas!