A few casinos offer a free connecting tram. This makes it easy to get from one casino to another. Take advantage of these Las Vegas free trams whenever you can.
If you don't want to walk, and you don't want to pay for a taxi, then your next best bet is one of Las Vegas trams. The only catch for most of the free trams listed here is that they leave from one casino to a sister casino. Yes, they still want your money and they want to keep it in the family. However, if you know what Las Vegas attractions are close to these casinos, you can use the free tram to your advantage. If you plan to go to any of these casinos anyway, then this is a nice way to get to them and it beats walking when you're tired.
Mandalay Bay - Excalibur Tram
Excalibur - Luxor - Mandalay Bay Tram Service
A free tram runs between the Excalibur, the Luxor and Mandalay Bay hotels. The southbound tram runs only from the Excalibur to Mandalay Bay, but the northbound tram starts at Mandalay Bay, stops at Luxor and ends at the Excalibur.
Mandalay Bay - Excalibur Tram Map
Hours of Operation:
Daily 9 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.
Runs every 3 - 7 minutes. Free of Charge.
The Mandalay Bay - Luxor - Excalibur tram is an elevated train, so you'll have to ride an escalator or climb stairs to reach it.
The Mandalay Bay station is located at the edge of the casino, up the escalators and around a corner to where the trains board.
The Excalibur station is at the front of the property. If you walk on the street overpasses from MGM Grand, or New York, New York, there's no need to even enter the Excalibur casino. Follow the signs that lead right up to the Excalibur station.
The Luxor station is outside the hotel, directly in front of the Sphinx.
Mirage - Treasure Island Tram Service
Tram service between the Mirage and Treasure Island Hotel
Hours of Operation:
9am - 1am Sunday - Thursday
9am - 3am Friday & Saturday
Departing every 8 minutes
Bellagio - CityCenter - Monte Carlo Free Tram Service
The innovative CityCenter Tram operates a high efficient tram which is 100% electric and is cable-propelled. The cable on each train is driven by two 460 kW AC motors. For on-board power supply, used for lighting, etc., the trains collect power from the 480 volt power rails running along side the tracks.
ARIA Express Tram Route
CityCenter Tram Stops
ARIA Express Tram at Monte Carlo
ARIA Express Tram at Crystals
ARIA Express Tram at Bellagio
If you start at the Monte Carlo station, CityCenter’s tram will make its first stop at Crystals retail and entertainment district before making its final stop at Bellagio.
More Facts about CityCenter Tram
Two 95-foot long trains run simultaneously in opposite directions
Four cars per train, 33 passengers per car and 132 passengers per train
The tram transports 5,068 passengers per hour at peak capacity
The tram travels at 13.5 miles per hour
Passengers can make the roundtrip (Bellagio to Monte Carlo, including the stop at Crystals) in six minutes and 15 seconds
Anticipated wait time of less than three minutes at each station.
Tram operates 20 hours per day 8 a.m. – 4 a.m.
Cost to ride: FREE
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