Convention Center Monorail Station
About the Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the most innovative and functional facilities in the world. With 3.2 million square feet of exhibit halls and trade show space, the Convention Center is connected to Las Vegas restaurants, shows, nightlife, and more than 150,000 Las Vegas guest rooms through the Las Vegas Monorail.
If you’re in Las Vegas for a convention, here’s why the Monorail is the easiest and most affordable way to get around town.
Why bother with expensive Las Vegas Convention Center Parking when you can ride the Monorail directly from your hotel to the Vegas Convention Center? Skip the hassle of traffic and parking by purchasing an unlimited ride pass and get to and from your tradeshow in record time.
Rooms and Amenities
If you’re looking for hotel rooms near the Las Vegas Convention Center, there are plenty to choose from within walking distance of the facility. To name a few, the Renaissance Las Vegas, Las Vegas Marriott, and the Embassy Suites by Hilton Convention Center are just blocks away.
Events and Networking
The Las Vegas Convention Center has hosted many of the biggest trade shows, events, and expos in the world. Some of the most anticipated annual conventions include the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), SEMA Show, National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) event, World of Concrete Expo, and the Bar & Restaurant Expo.
When visiting for a Las Vegas event or tradeshow, the Las Vegas Convention Center is located right in the middle of all the action, providing unique opportunities for industry networking and team-building activities.
Dining & Drinks
Envy The Steakhouse
After a long day of exciting seminars and walking the exhibition halls, Envy The Steakhouse at the Renaissance Hotel is the perfect place to unwind with a glass of wine, a signature cocktail, and perfectly cooked steak in a chic and modern atmosphere.
Piero’s Italian Cuisine
Piero’s Italian Cuisine, a quick walk from the Las Vegas Convention Center, offers traditional Northern Italian dishes in a classy setting. The menu features fresh seafood, steaks, a signature osso buco, and one of the best wine selections in Vegas.
If you’re looking for something a little more casual that doesn’t compromise on quality, Cafe325 at the Marriott is the perfect place. With classic American cuisine, including salads, sandwiches, burgers, and entree favorites, it’s a breakfast, lunch, and dinner go-to for many convention attendees.
The Renaissance Hotel also has a dining option for those in search of a relaxing atmosphere. Grill 55 is a great place to meet up for a glass of wine or a casual dinner with friends and colleagues. It also has a daily happy hour that helps if you’re on a budget!
Firefly* Tapas Kitchen + Bar
Firefly* also boasts an impressive happy hour from Monday through Friday, along with a mouth-watering menu of small plates made for sharing. And if you happen to be in Las Vegas over the weekend, they also have an excellent brunch selection.
For those vintage Vegas vibes, look no further than Sinatra at Encore Resort. This stunning upscale Italian restaurant features a delicious menu, music from the Rat Pack era, portraits, and mementos of Frank Sinatra himself. Opt for outdoor seating to enjoy dinner under the stars.
Peppermill Las Vegas
For another piece of Las Vegas history, check out the Peppermill on Las Vegas Blvd. for a unique experience in this neon-lit restaurant that’s been open since 1972. You definitely won’t leave hungry with oversized portions of diner favorites! Also, be sure to check out the fireside lounge.
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Gambling & Entertainment
Wynn and Encore Las Vegas
The beautiful Wynn and Encore Las Vegas Resort is just a short distance from the Las Vegas Convention Center. With luxury rooms and suites, a full golf course, fine-dining options, XS Nightclub, a stunning pool, and a packed casino, you’re always in for a good time.
The newest resort to hit the Las Vegas Strip is Resorts World, a luxurious mecca for gaming, entertainment, and events in Las Vegas. With three different hotels on the property, you can choose to stay at the Conrad, Hilton, or Crockfords just across Las Vegas Blvd. from the Convention Center.
Offering fun for the whole family, Circus Circus has been a staple in Las Vegas for decades. Convention-goers can find low-limit tables, classic arcade games, non-stop thrills on the rides at the Adventuredome, and more.
Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino
If you’re looking for something a little less crowded and off the beaten path, Silver Sevens is a great local casino just south of the Convention Center on Paradise Rd. The casino offers table games, slots, special promotions, and offers you might not find at resorts on the Strip.
Walking Directions to Convention Center Monorail Station
to station entrance
Exit Las Vegas Convention Center North, South and Center halls towards Paradise Road
Walk across Convention Center Silver Drive and through parking lot towards the Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station
Take escalator or elevator to Monorail ticketing level
Monday: 7 am – 12 midnight
Tuesday: 7 am – 2 am
Wednesday: 7 am – 2 am
Thursday: 7 am – 2 am
Friday: 7 am – 3 am
Saturday: 7 am – 3 am
Sunday: 7 am – 3 am
3150 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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