Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 67
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lolotuc Las Vegas monorail
I have been to vegas many times and this is the !st time riding the MONORAIL. It is so convenient, the wait time is very short and inside is very clean.
April 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tammy22 Great Transportation
If you need to get around on the strip, then I would highly recommend you purchase a monorail pass for your stay in Las Vegas. I think for the price and the timeliness of the shuttle, it is a great buy.
April 16, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sharonkay904 We paid money and it broke down & could not ride!
We paid money for 3 days but it broke down.
We only rode it once and then could not get back o, so it was a very expensive ride
April 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by AustinTx2015 can't be beat for the price
A one way cab ride down the strip is going to be about the price of a 3 day monorail pass. Its totally worth the money. My only suggestion would be to stay in a hotel on the East side of the Strip to maximize the monorail.
March 20, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by MLLC The monorail is very inconvenient to reach a place you want to go.
The monorail is very inconvenient to reach a place you want to go. You have to walk a lot in order to find the monorail station. I prefer take bus next time. I don't recommend taking monorail.
March 16, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Catgirl8 Away from the Strip - a lot of walking necessary
I got a 3-day ticket for the monorail because my feet hurt and I though it would cut down on the amount of walking I had to do. I was wrong. The monorail is located behind the casinos, it is not on the Strip. You have to walk through the various casinos to find an elevator that brings you to a walkway, that brings you to stairs or an escalator that eventually leads to the monorail. It actually took me more time to go from the Flamingo to the MGM Grand using the Monorail rather than walking because it was so out of the way. When you get off the monorail at the MGM it places you inside the hotel, which is gigantic and a maze. It took me 15 minutes both times to find a way out of the MGM to get to Tropicana Blvd. I think they do this on purpose to get you to stay in the casino.
The only trip I would advise using the monorail is going from the MGM to the area of the Stratosphere, since this is the first and last stop the monorail travels. Since it is such a long way from one end of the Strip to another, the monorail would be useful to travel this route.
A one-way ticket is $5 but you can buy all-day passes. Use a discount site site to buy your passes rather than buy them at the monorail when possible. The monorails stop at each location every 6 minutes. They are clean and modern.
March 11, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Amy64 Waste of money
Unless using this for getting to the strip from a distant hotel or specific route stop found it no use at all. The stations are a long walk to get to from just about anywhere. Didn't use it once.
March 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nagel Awesome way to get around, so cheap too.
I use a wheelchair and this is a perfect way to get around. Fast and cheap too. Love it!
February 25, 2015