The Las Vegas Monorail operates along a 3.9-mile route from the SLS Station to the MGM Grand Station. The Monorail is an easy, safe, and entertaining way to see the best sights on the Strip; from luxurious resort pools and spas to famous Vegas nightlife entertainment venues, clubs, and bars along the system.
Monorail trains arrive approximately every 4 to 8 minutes with station announcements to keep you up to speed on the next arrival time. Learn more about the seven Monorail stations that take you where you want to go quickly, conveniently and without hassles of traffic.
EDC 2019 Transportation
Are you ready for EDC weekend!? It’s that time of the year again. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host the 2019 Electric Daisy Carnival from May 17th to 19th. EDC shuttles stop are conveniently located around Monorail stations. The Las Vegas Monorail is offering discounts for EDC 2019. Check out all the EDM events going around the strip. View more information on our events page.
Originally the Sahara Station, the SLS Station was renamed after the Sahara Hotel and Casino closed its doors and was replaced by the SLS Las Vegas. The Monorail offers a convenient stop at the luxurious SLS Las Vegas and the W Las Vegas. The SLS Station places Vegas nightlife at your fingertips with the Foundry, a unique live entertainment venue with three bars, a custom-built stage, and a capacity of 18,000. You can beat the heat at Foxtail Pool, a sprawling pool bar with cabanas, daybeds, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Be sure to visit Bazaar Meat by José Andrés, a revolutionary culinary adventure with nuanced cuisine for the hungry carnivore.To reach the SLS Station, follow signs inside the SLS property to the Monorail. The SLS Station elevated walkway is located close to The Perq and Monkey Bar and may be accessed by taking the stairs, elevator or escalator. Monorail tickets can be purchased at the fare-gate level.
The Westgate Station offers convenient access to luxury accommodations as well as connectivity to the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas Boulevard in just minutes. Be sure to experience the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, the largest sports and racing book in the world with 28 screens broadcasting races and games across the globe. During your stop, don’t overlook the Elvis Exhibition, the first permanent Elvis Presley exhibition outside of Graceland.
The Westgate Station can be easily reached from the property’s main entrance. Head towards the Bell Desk and follow the Monorail directional signs out the exterior doors. The Westgate Station walkway is located to the right just outside of the property.
Las Vegas Convention Center Station
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the world’s busiest facilities with over 2 million square feet of exhibit space, 145 meeting rooms, and a seating capacity of up to 2,500. The Las Vegas Convention Center Station on the Monorail puts you in the center of the action with connection to over 100,000 nearby guest rooms. Skip the hassle and expense of Convention Center parking and ride the Monorail directly from your hotel to your meeting or event. During large conventions, Monorail trains arrive every 4 to 5 minutes with a short trip of no more than 10 minutes from any point on the Monorail system.
To reach the Las Vegas Convention Center Station, exit the Convention Center and head west towards Paradise Road. Walk across Convention Center Silver Drive and through the parking lot. Follow the signs for the Monorail and take the escalators or elevators to the ticketing level.
Harrah’s/The LINQ Station
The Harrah’s/LINQ Station is the ultimate destination for fun with seemingly endless options for accommodations, dining, and entertainment. Visit The LINQ Promenade and Harrah’s for exciting dining options including Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. If you’re looking for a night out with friends, combine music and games at the Brooklyn Bowl, where you can watch your favorite performers while bowling on high-tech lanes. This is also the station for experiencing the 550-foot-tall High Roller, a Vegas icon that gives you a bird’s-eye view of the Strip.
To reach the Monorail from Las Vegas Boulevard, enter The LINQ and walk through the Lobby. Continue past the front desk and follow signs for the Monorail and self-parking.
Continue toward self-parking and take the set of escalators or elevators to the second floor. Follow Monorail directional signage leading outside to the Harrah’s/LINQ connector. The station can also be reached through Harrah’s by walking through the casino toward the Lobby. Follow the Monorail directional signage toward the escalator near the Lobby. Take the escalator to the parking garage and follow the Monorail sign outside through the automatic doors. The sidewalk will lead to the Harrah’s/LINQ connector.
Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station
The world-famous Flamingo Las Vegas boasts more than 3,500 rooms and suites at the four corners of the Strip with plenty to see and do, including the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat and some of the greatest shows in Vegas. Caesars Palace, located just across the street, offers an impressive lineup of entertainment such as Elton John, Celine Dion, and Mariah Carey as well as the Appian Way Shops, the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, and the impressive Omnia nightclub venue.
To reach the Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station, enter the Flamingo Hotel & Casino from Las Vegas Boulevard and walk through the casino toward the Lobby and parking garage. The Monorail connector walkway can be found just past the retail section. Take the escalator up to the connector walkway and follow it to the ticketing platform.
Paris Las Vegas is an undeniable icon of Las Vegas and just steps off of the Monorail. At Paris Las Vegas, you can satisfy your wanderlust without leaving Nevada with the charm of Parisian cobblestone streets and a ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower Experience. Right next door, Bally’s offers a classic Las Vegas theme. Bally’s, which is truly a bridge between old and new Vegas, was the world’s largest hotel when it opened in 1973 and remains one of the top entertainment destinations on the Strip.
To reach the Monorail from Paris, enter the Paris Hotel & Casino from Las Vegas Boulevard and walk past the Lobby toward self-parking. Continue through Le Boulevard/Bally’s connector and enter the Bally’s Casino. Follow the Monorail signs and take the escalator to the Avenue Shops. Continue through Avenue Shops and past the Food Court to the automatic doors that lead to the Monorail. From Bally’s, take the escalators down to the Avenue Shops and sports book and continue out through the automatic doors to the Monorail fare-gates. Click here for more info on this station.
MGM Grand Station
The MGM Grand Station is the final South stop on the Monorail route. The MGM Grand is the largest hotel in the United States and it boasts one of the largest gaming floors in Vegas with over 2,500 gaming machines to keep you busy. This “grand” hotel and casino certainly lives up to its name by combining everything that makes Las Vegas famous with the Wet Republic Ultra Pool, celebrity DJs, world-famous chefs, stunning entertainment, and live music.
There are two entrances to the Monorail at MGM Grand Station. From Las Vegas Boulevard, enter MGM Grand Hotel and continue toward the Lobby. Take the escalators near the Bell Desk to the Underground and follow Monorail directional signs. The second Monorail MGM Grand Station entrance is located in the MGM “District” near Grand Garden Arena.