Las Vegas Parking Garages

Vegas has the biggest and the most parking garages in the world. Actually, we don't know if that statement is true. Neither of these categories appears in the Guinness World Records. But it sure feels like it could be true.

For anyone who's ever struggled to find parking in cities like San Francisco, Chicago and New York (and that's everyone, by the way), parking garages in Las Vegas will feel like a godsend. We kid you not. Parking garages here are so abundant they feel like a gift from the saint who watches over motorized vehicles.

Most hotels, shopping centers and attractions on the Strip offer giant free self-parking garages. In downtown, there are lots of huge self-parking garages too. However, it's become more common to pay to park in them, unless you're staying at or patronizing the resort. These rates are still very reasonable when compared to other cities.

One last thing to know about parking garages in Vegas: Sometimes you'll discover a security person manning the entrance. Usually they'll wave you right through. But don't be surprised if you are asked to roll down your window (Smile for the camera!), show ID or open your trunk. That happens. And on busy weekends or holidays, you may have to wait in line before you can drive in.

Here are all the logistics you need to know for accessing the parking garages in Vegas.

Arizona Charlie's East
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage by turning into the resort's main entrance off of Boulder Highway. Access to the hotel located on: Level two offers an entrance to the casino. Description: This garage has very tight turns as you go up the ramp. Be on the lookout for other drivers.

Bellagio
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip by turning on Bellagio Drive and following the signs. Access to the hotel located on: All elevators in the garage take you directly into the hotel on the bottom floor. Description: Rather than circle endlessly through each level, an outside access ramp allows you to enter or exit each level quickly.

Binion's
Stories: Four. Entrance located on: Off Casino Center Boulevard, between Fremont Street and Ogden Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: One. Description: Parking is free for up to three hours with validation. Without validation, parking costs $1.50 per hour.

Boulder Station
Stories: Five. Entrances located on: The parking garage entrance is located off of Lamb Boulevard, along the side of the casino. Access to the hotel located on: There is a covered, but unenclosed walkway to the casino on level two. Description: There is a car wash located on level one, which is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

Caesars Palace
Stories: Eight. Entrances located on: There are two places to enter Caesars Palace off Las Vegas Boulevard. Just follow the signs for self parking. Access to the hotel located on: Elevators at the far east end of the parking garage will take you directly into the casino on the bottom level. Elevators located midway in the parking garage will take you to the first level of the garage. Negatives: The first two levels of the parking garage are reserved. Be prepared for a crowded garage on weekends or when there's a big event at Caesars. Description: There is a separate employee parking garage at Caesars Palace. Overflow parking is available on floors six through eight. Driveway access to these extra floors can be found on the roof level of the fifth floor.

California
Stories: Five. Entrances located on: Off First Street between Ogden and Stewart avenues and off Stewart Avenue near Main Street. Access to the hotel located on: Level one. Description: Parking costs a flat rate of $3 on Sundays - Thursdays and $5 on Fridays - Saturdays. Free self-parking with validation is offered to registered hotel guests, Emerald/Sapphire B Connected players club members with IDs and those who gamble or dine at the California, Fremont or Main Street Station hotels.

Circus Circus
Stories: There are three guest garages at Circus Circus. Garage 1: Six floors. Garage 2: Seven floors. Skyrise garage has six floors. Entrances located on: Circus Circus Drive or Industrial Road. Access to the hotel located on: Ground level and second floor in enclosed walkway. Negatives: It can get congested. Description: There is plenty of parking available at Circus Circus, both in garages and open air.

The Cromwell
Entrance located on: Off Flamingo Road. Access to the hotel located on: Ground level -- you'll have to walk through the valet area/porte cochere to enter. Description: This is a small self-parking garage and sometimes its entrance may be blocked off by a "valet only" sign. 

The D Las Vegas
Stories: 11. Entrance located on: Access to the garage is off Third Street near Carson Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the hotel is located on level one. Description: Parking is free to registered hotel guests. Nonhotel guests can use the self-parking garage for $2 per hour. Comp parking in the garage is also available if you gamble based on your casino play, with up to the first four hours free.

Downtown Grand / Downtown 3rd
Stories:
Four. Entrance located on: Access to the garage is off Odgen Avenue, between Third and Fourth streets. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the hotel is located across the street. Description: Registered hotel guests can park here for free. Otherwise the price is $5 for up to two hours, with each additional hour costing $1 (the daily maximum is $9). If you're patronizing Downtown Grand's restaurants, wagering in the casino or visiting the restaurants and bars in the Downtown 3rd corridor, the first two hours are free with validation..

El Cortez
Stories: There are two garages for the El Cortez, which have five levels each. Entrances located on: El Cortez's main self-parking garage can be found off Seventh Street near Ogden Avenue. An additional self-parking garage is situated across the street on the northeast corner of Seventh Street and Ogden Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: One garage offers direct access to the El Cortez on Level 1. You must walk across the street from the other garage to get to the hotel. Description: Only registered hotel guests and select Club Cortez players card members can use the main parking garage. The second garage is also free to registered hotel guests and select Club Cortez players card members, and there's no charge to the general public until 5 p.m. A flat-rate fee is collected daily from 5 p.m. - 1 a.m. This fee is $5 on Sundays - Thursdays and $10 on Saturdays - Sundays.

Excalibur
Stories: Three. Entrances located on: Take the Strip to Reno Avenue and turn right into the parking area or you can access the garage by taking the Frank Sinatra Drive / Russell Road exit from Interstate 15, follow the signage to the right as Frank Sinatra Drive goes under Russell Road (avoid exiting on Russell Road). Frank Sinatra Drive will take you around to the rear entrance of the Excalibur garage. Access to the hotel located on: There is no direct access to the hotel from the parking garage. Positives: During the day, parking is usually available on the ground floor of the parking garage. Negatives: Since there is no walkway to the hotel from the garage, you must walk across the parking lot adjacent to the garage to get into the hotel. Description: The Excalibur parking garage is fairly small. You're almost better off parking in the uncovered lot, because it's closer to the hotel. However, if you want shade during the hot summer months, stick to the garage.

Fiesta Henderson
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: The garage is located on the east side of the hotel, and drivers can access the garage on both on the north, east and south side of the structure. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the hotel is located on level one. Positives: The garage is large with wide aisles. It is square shaped, and easy to find the elevator or door to access the hotel. Negatives: If you drive into level one you will need to either valet your car or leave the garage and re-enter. Finding the entrances is sort of confusing, so pay attention to the signs. Description: General parking is available for free on floors two through four, with valet on level one. There is also plenty of uncovered parking on the north, south and west side of the hotel.

Flamingo
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip or from Audrie Lane behind the hotel. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the hotel is located on level three. Description: General parking is on levels three through seven. The ground floor through second floor is for valet parking only. Note: There may be road closures near the Flamingo garage as construction begins on The Linq project. Guests can access the parking garages by turning off the Strip, but access from Winnick Avenue and Audrie Street will be limited at times because of construction.

Four Queens
Stories: Five. Entrance located on: The garage is located off Carson Avenue between Third Street and Casino Center Boulevard. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the hotel is located on level one. Positives:There is a Budget Car Rental drop-off in the garage. Description: It's free to registered hotel guests. For everyone else, rates are $2 for each half hour up to three hours, and then $1 for each additional hour, with the daily maximum topping out at $16. Those who patronize the Four Queens may qualify for a reduced rate on self-parking with validation.

Fremont Street Experience
Stories: Five. Entrance located on: The garage is located off Fourth Street near Carson Avenue. Access to the Fremont Street Experience located on: Take the elevators down to street level. Description: The cost is $2 per hour, with a daily maximum of $10. Early birds, who arrive between 6 and 9 a.m., can pay $3 to park here until 6 p.m. Validation is offered at participating casinos and will be deducted automatically from your total at the pay station. 

Gold Coast
Stories: Three. Entrances located on: Flamingo Rd. or Valley View Blvd. Access to the hotel located on: Level three, covered walkway. Positives: The garage is very large with wide isles. Description: The garage is large and flat, which requires a bit more walking if you are parked in the far corner. Also, there is open air parking available.

Golden Nugget
Stories: Six. Entrance located on: The garage is located off First Street near Bridger Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: You must take elevators to the bottom level and walk across the street to the hotel. Description: Anyone patronizing Golden Nugget can park there and get three hours for free with validation – otherwise the cost is $2 per hour. Validation is available at the cashier's cage. Parking is free for hotel guests.

Hard Rock
Stories: Eight. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from Paradise Road. Access to the hotel located on: The casino entrance is located on level one via an elevator. Positives: The garage is easy to navigate. Just follow the signage. Description: Even the elevator walls in the parking garage are decorated with leather and steel, bringing your rock 'n' roll experience to life as soon as you park.

Hard Rock HRH Tower
Stories: Eight. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage when heading west on Harmon Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: The casino entrance is located on level one. Positives: There is valet for the HRH Tower on the first level of the garage. The hotel entrance is located near the HRH Tower check-in. Description: This is the second parking garage for the Hard Rock hotel. Self parking is available on floor 2 and up. Be careful when entering from off of Harmon, cross traffic from the valet doesn't stop.

Harrah's
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip or from Koval Lane behind the hotel. Follow the signs. Access to the hotel located on: The casino entrance is located on level two. Positives: There is a Hertz rental car drop-off area conveniently located in the garage. Description: With its location near the middle point of the Strip, Harrah's garage can be a convenient place to park and walk to several other properties. Park near the south entrance for a closer walk to casino entrance. Note: There may be road closures near the Harrah's garage as construction begins on The Linq project. Guests can access the parking garages by turning off the Strip, but access from Winnick Avenue and Audrie Street will be limited at times because of construction.

Hooters
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: Off Tropicana Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: You can access the hotel from level one. Positives: Because there's ground parking around the casino, the upper levels of the parking garage have plenty of spots close to the elevators. In addition, the elevators in the parking garage take you directly into the casino. Description: The top level of the garage is in the sun, so avoid parking here if you prefer shaded parking. Since there is no one-way driving going up or down, be careful for oncoming traffic.

Las Vegas Club
Entrance located on:
The garage is located on the corner of First Street and Ogden Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: Once on the ground level, follow the signs through several hallways leading into the back of the resort. Description: A flat rate for a 24-hour period is charged: $5 on Sundays - Thursdays and $10 on Fridays - Saturdays.

Luxor
Stories: Two. Entrances located on: From the Strip, take Mandalay Bay Road to Luxor Drive and turn right. You can also access the garage from the back by taking the Frank Sinatra Drive / Russell Road exit from Interstate 15. Follow the signage to the right as Frank Sinatra Drive goes under Russell Road (avoid exiting on Russell Road). Turn right on Luxor Drive and then take an immediate left for access to the upper level. Access to the hotel located on: Level 2 has a shaded walkway to the hotel. Negatives: There is only one entrance to the upper level of the garage and it's easy to miss. The walkway is located on the second level, which means if you park there, your car won't be sheltered from the hot sun. Description: The Luxor parking structure is really more of a "mini-garage." There's not a whole lot of parking available, but it is very easy to get to the hotel from the second level -- it provides quickest access to the attractions level, the sports book and the Luxor Theater.

Main Street Station
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: Off Main Street, just north of Stewart Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: The first floor and across the parking lot. Description: There is a flat-rate cost of $3 on Sundays - Thursdays and $5 on Fridays - Saturdays. Parking is free to registered hotel guests and Emerald/Sapphire B Connected players club members with ID. It is also free with validation to those who are gambling in the casino or eating at any of Main Street Station's restaurants.

Mandalay Bay / Delano Las Vegas
Stories: Six. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage by taking Las Vegas Boulevard to Mandalay Bay Road or you can access the garage by taking the Frank Sinatra Drive / Russell Road exit from Interstate 15, follow the signage to the right as Frank Sinatra Drive goes under Russell Road (avoid exiting on Russell Road). Frank Sinatra Drive will take you around to the rear entrance of the Mandalay Bay parking garage. Access to the hotel located on: No direct access to casino. You must take elevators or escalators to the first floor and then walk in. Positives: There is valet parking available in the garage and both elevators and escalators to take you up to the parking levels. Postives: Overnight guests of Delano Las Vegas may prefer using the self-parking garage in order to save paying a fee of $20 per night for the resort's valet parking service. Negatives: There is no direct access to the casino so you have to walk a bit to get down to the casino entrance. Description: It's one of the largest garages in town, that means it can be quite a hike to the elevators if you park at the western end of the garage. Top level is employee parking only.

MGM Grand
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: The parking garage can be accessed from the Strip, from Tropicana Avenue or from Koval Lane behind the hotel. Access to the hotel located on: Go to the bottom level and enter the resort through the shops. Positives: There are two banks of elevators, plus two escalators, so you won't have to wait in line to catch an elevator to the hotel. Negatives: If you're circling around the garage trying to look for a spot, there is a fenced area in the middle that makes it difficult to keep driving in one straight direction. Also, it can take a long time to exit the garage after a major event such as a concert or fight. Description: This is a large parking garage, befitting one of the world's largest hotel.

Mirage
Stories: Eight. Entrances located on: The parking garage can be accessed from the Strip or from Spring Mountain Road at the back of the resort. Follow the signs. Access to the hotel located on: There is an uncovered walkway to the hotel located on level four of the garage. Positives: The parking garage has all one-way driving going up and one-way driving coming down, so you don't have to deal with cross-traffic. Description: The Mirage parking garage is very easy to navigate, especially if you access it from Spring Mountain Road -- that way you don't have to deal with traffic on the Strip.

Monte Carlo
Stories: Ten, but only the second floor is currently open to the public. The upper levels are for Monte Carlo and CityCenter employees. Entrances located on: The parking garage is located behind the Monte Carlo, off of Monte Carlo Drive (between Frank Sinatra and Las Vegas Blvd.). Access to the hotel located on: There is a covered walkway to the hotel located on level two of the garage. Positives: The parking garage is easy to navigate and the floors are expansive. Description: The Monte Carlo parking garage is only partially open. 

Neonopolis 
Stories:
Two. Entrance located on: This underground garage is located off Fourth Street between Fremont Street and Ogden Avenue. Access to Neopolis located on: Take the elevators up to the ground floor, where you'll be in courtyard of the Neonopolis entertainment complex. Description: The first hour is free. Each additional hour costs $1, with $5 being the daily maximum for stays of up to 24 hours. 

New York-New York
Stories: Nine. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from Las Vegas Boulevard or you can enter the garage on New York Boulevard off of Tropicana Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: There are two covered walkways to the hotel located on the third level next to the elevator banks. Positives: Rumor has it that if you park on the fifth floor, you'll find ample parking right near the elevators. Negatives: When you leave the garage and head back to Las Vegas Boulevard, you can't turn left onto the Strip. Description: With nine stories, the New-York-New York garage can accommodate up to 5,000 vehicles. Level eight is for employees only. You'll always find a place to park, but you might have a long trek to the elevators. However, if you don't mind parking on the roof, you won't have a far walk from the elevators.

Orleans
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: Tropicana Ave. or Cameron St. Access to the hotel located on: Ground floor. Positives: Spacious, high ceilings and multiple casino access entries that go directly into the casino. Description: In addition to the garage located off the northeast corner of the Orleans, there is also plenty of open air parking surrounding the hotel.

Palace Station
Stories: There are two garages, a three-story and a five-story. Entrances located on: Paseo Del Prado Road or Palace Station Road. Access to the hotel located on: The three-level garage is located west of Palace Station hotel, with uncovered ground level access. The five-level garage is located on the south end of the hotel with covered and direct ground access.  Description: In addition to these two garages, there is also plenty of open air parking.

Palazzo
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: The parking garage can be accessed from the Strip or from Spring Mountain Road at the back of the resort. Follow the signs. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the casino is on level two. Positives: There are three different elevator entrances to the casino as well as a set of escalators located on each floor. There are also electric signs on each level telling you how many parking spaces are available on that level. Negatives: Because there are multiple casino elevator entrances, it can get difficult to find your car. The driveways in the parking garage can get confusing. The turns are also pretty tight. Description: The garage is unusual in that when you enter, it actually descends to get to each floor level, rather than take you up like the other parking garages. If you're worried that you might have trouble finding your car later, park by the set of escalators.

Palms
Stories: There are two garages, a three-story and a five-story. Entrances located on: Hugh Hefner Drive and Flamingo Rd. Access to the hotel located on: The three-level garage has access into the Palms from an elevator in the northwest corner. The five-level garage has access to the Palms near Brenden Theatres. Description: In addition to these two garages, there is also plenty of open air parking. Both garages feature a tightly spiraled floor plan with two-way traffic. Drive slow and be careful!

Palms Place
Stories: There are two garages, a three-story and a five-story. The five-story is adjacent to Palms Place, while the three-story garage connects through Palms. Entrances located on: Hugh Hefner Drive and Flamingo Rd. Access to the hotel located on: The three-level garage has access into the Palms from an elevator in the northwest corner. The five-level garage has access to Palms Place. Description: In addition to these two garages, there is also plenty of open air parking. Both garages feature a tightly spiraled floor plan with two way traffic. Drive slow and be careful!

Paris/Bally's
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip or by taking Harmon Avenue and turning onto Audrie Lane behind the hotel. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the casino is on level three. Positives: The wide driveways make it easy to drive and navigate through the parking garage. The parking garage also has one-way driving going up and one-way driving coming down, so you don't have to deal with cross-traffic.  Description: Levels three through five are public parking. Levels six and seven are for employees only. You can walk through Paris to get to Bally's, so if you're going to Bally's, this garage is an option for you.

Plaza
Stories: Five, parking begins on level two. Entrances located on: The garage is located off Main Street and Carson Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the casino is on level one. Negatives: This garage has very low ceilings and tight turns. Description: Parking is included as part of the resort fee for registered hotel guests. The Plaza charges a $5 flat rate for self-parking to non-hotel guests, however this fee is refundable with casino or restaurant validation. Royal Reward players club members may also qualify for free parking.

Planet Hollywood
Stories: 10. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip or by taking Harmon Avenue and turning onto Audrie Lane behind the hotel. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the casino and the Miracle Mile Shops is located on level three. Positives: If you want to visit Planet Hollywood just to go shopping, the parking garage entrance brings you directly into the shops. The signs in the garage make it easy to find the elevators and escalators to the shops. Description: Levels one and two are for valet parking only. Levels nine and 10 are employee parking only.

The Quad Resort & Casino
Stories: Five. Entrances located on: The main entrance is from the Strip or you can enter off of Winnick Avenue behind the hotel. Follow the signs. Access to the hotel located on: The casino entrance is located on level one. Positives: Each floor has pillars marked different colors, making it easy for guests to remember the floor they parked on. Negatives: The ceilings in this garage are very low, it is fairly dark inside and it can be difficult to navigate the tight spaces. Description: The garage is unusual in that it actually dead-ends when you reach the top level. Guests can access The Auto Collections by parking on the fifth floor of the parking garage. Note: There may be road closures near The Quad garage as construction begins on The Linq project. Guests can access the parking garages by turning off the Strip, but access from Winnick Avenue and Audrie Street will be limited at times because of construction.

Rio
Stories: The Rio has two garages: Carnival has three levels and Masquerade Village has four levels. Entrances located on: Carnival entrance on Valley View Blvd., Masquerade entrance on Flamingo Rd. Access to the hotel located on: Carnival is street level and Masquerade Village has a covered walkway on the fourth floor. Positives: Both garages feature straight up and down ramps so no twisting and turning is required. Description: Garages are easy to navigate. There is also open air parking available.

Riviera
Stories: Eight. Entrances located on: the Strip or Riviera Blvd. Access to the hotel located on: Ground level. Positives: The garage is formatted in a perfect spiral, making it easy to navigate. Description: The garage is a little tight especially on turns, so be careful.

Sam's Town
Stories: There are three parking garages at Sam's Town. One garage has four levels and the other two garages have five levels each. Entrances located on: The garages can be accessed from either Boulder Highway or Flamingo Road. The two north garages are most easily accessed from Flamingo. Access to the hotel located on: The two north garages offer a walkway to the casino on level three. The south garage offers access to the movie theaters at Sam's Town. Positives: The north garages have electronic reader boards that let you know which levels are open. Description: The south garage offers public parking on level one only. The south garage is really only convenient if you are going to the movies and want covered parking.

Silverton
Stories: The Silverton has a five-level parking garage. Entrances located on: The garage can be accessed on the northwest side of the property. Access to the hotel located on: The garage offers direct access to the Silverton on the first level. Positives: Valet is located on the first level of the parking garage and those waiting to retrieve their cars from valet can wait inside a climate-controlled room. There is also a full-service car wash and special VIP parking for members. Description: The parking garage is brand new, built in 2009, and offers 1,500 parking spaces. You have to drive onto the property, off of Blue Diamond and Dean Martin, in order to access the garage, but this shouldn't be a problem since you are going there anyway.

Santa Fe Station
Stories: Four and five. Entrances located on: Both garages are accessible through the property's main entrance at North Rancho Drive, between Lone Mountain and U.S. 95. Access to the hotel located on: You can access the hotel from level one of both garages. Positives: More than 5,200 self-park and valet spaces. Description: The top level of the garages are in the sun, so if you'd like shaded parking, park on levels one through three.

Stratosphere
Stories: Eight, but the first seven are available, the roof is blocked off. Entrances located on: Baltimore off the Strip. Access to the hotel located on: Covered walkway on level three. Positives: Lots of security, clear signs and plenty of ventilation make this garage a nice place to park. Description: Not all the ramps up and down are located in a spiral, you might have to drive once around the floor to seek them out.

Sunset Station
Stories: Five. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage directly from Warm Springs Road or from Stephanie Street at the back of the resort. You can also enter the garage indirectly from Sunset Road. Access to the hotel located on: Elevators will take you into a hallway on the bottom floor that leads to the casino. Positives: There is a car wash located in the parking garage, which is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Description: The garage is easy to navigate, especially when entering from Warm Springs Road. If you enter the resort from Sunset Road, you're better off parking in the lot in front of the hotel.

Treasure Island
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage via an access road from the Strip or from Spring Mountain Road. Access to the hotel located on: There is a covered walkway from the garage to the hotel located on level three. Positives: The wide driveways make it easy to navigate through the garage. Description: The garage has no level one (it's actually offices). It starts on level two. Because access to the hotel is located on level three, it and level two fills up fast, but level four can be relatively empty, allowing you to park close to the elevator and stairs.

Tropicana
Stories: Two. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip or from Tropicana Avenue. Access to the hotel located on: There is no direct access to the hotel. You must walk across the parking lot to get into the property. For guests staying in the building adjacent to the Tropicana, there is limited spaces in the uncovered lot right outside. Description: The top level of the garage is valet parking only, which leaves limited space on the bottom level. However, if you park on the bottom level, your car will be shaded from the hot sun.

Westin
Stories: Seven. Entrances located on: Currently, you can enter the Westin Parking garage only by first turning off Flamingo Road into the Westin parking lot. At the east end of the parking lot is the entrance to the garage. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the lobby is located on level two. Don't be fooled by the elevator located right when you walk into the glass-enclosed walkway on the second level. If you go down to the first floor you'll have to hoof it (and head outdoors) around the front of the hotel to another entrance. Positives: The lobby is located on the east side of the property, close to where the parking connects to the hotel, so you have a relatively short walk, which is helpful especially if you have suitcases. Description: This garage has very tight turns as you go up the ramp. Be on the lookout for other drivers. The parking spaces can be a tight fit for some larger SUVs and trucks.

Venetian
Stories: 14. Entrances located on: From the Strip, turn into the Venetian and follow the signs. You can also enter from Koval Lane, behind the hotel. Follow the signs and turn north. Access to the hotel located on: A walkway to the casino is located on level three. Positives: There is valet parking available in the garage.  Negatives: The garage can be kind of confusing. Description: The garage is 14 stories tall. Valet parking is on levels two through four, but a separate entrance is designated for these levels. The first level can be used for vehicles up to 8' 2." There is also a poker/VIP parking area available on the fifth floor.

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
Stories: There are six levels, but five and six are closed indefinitely. Entrances located on: Joe W. Brown Blvd. Access to the hotel located on: Ground level. Negatives: You have to walk a long way to get to the hotel and the paths are not covered. There is also minimal signage as to what floor you parked on. Description: Information above is for the North Parking Garage. However, there is plenty of ground parking around the hotel.

Wynn
Stories: Four. Entrances located on: You can enter the garage from the Strip, just past Spring Mountain Road. Access to the hotel located on: The entrance to the casino is on level two. Positives: There are electronic signs outside each level telling you how many parking spaces are available on that floor. The wide driveways make it easy to navigate through the garage. An outside access ramp allows you to enter or exit each level quickly. Description: The elevators in the parking garage take you straight to the casino. There is also a Hertz rental car drop-off area conveniently located in the garage.