2017 Las Vegas Strip Map
Considered the most expensive 4 mile stretch in the world, the Las Vegas Strip which is the section of Las Vegas blvd from Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere Tower has some of the world's top hotels and attractions that are uniquely Las Vegas.
Sightseeing along the Vegas strip is like traveling the world on foot. From the pyramids of Giza (Luxor Hotel), to the Statue of Liberty (New York New York), to the Eiffel Tower in Paris (Paris Las Vegas), to the Colosseum of ancient Rome (Caesars Palace), to the canals of Venice (The Venetian), and everything else in between. About 42 million annual visitors make this small stretch of road among the most visited in the world.
It's no wonder Las Vegas is considered one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
Below is a Las Vegas strip map to help guide you on your next visit to Las Vegas.
Current Date & Time in Las Vegas:
Strip Map of Las Vegas Hotels and Casinos
Las Vegas Strip Map 2017 - Photo de mappe de la strip de las vegas
The Vegas Strip is divided into three sections
The Las Vegas north-strip is the area from Sands Ave/Spring Mountain and runs north from Wynn Las Vegas to Stratosphere. Below are hotels located on the north Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas mid-strip is the area south of Sands Ave all the way to Planet Hollywood just before Harmon Ave. Below are hotels located on mid Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas south-strip starts at Planet Hollywood resort and south to Mandalay Bay. Below are hotels located on south Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas Place and Time
Flight times to Las Vegas
3 hours from Chicago,
1 hour from Los Angeles
Drive times in Las Vegas
Drive time from McCarran Airport to the Las Vegas Strip is 5 minutes
Drive time from Los Angeles to the Las Vegas Strip is 4 hours
Las Vegas Monorail Map
Ways to get around Las Vegas
|Deuce (Bus)||Rental Car / Car Hire|
|Monorail||Airport Shuttle Service|
|Taxi / Cab||Free Shuttle|
Las Vegas Strip Then and Now
Las Vegas hotel locations, then and now
Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way for CityCenter.
Desert Inn: Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las Vegas.
The Dunes: Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
El Rancho: Demolished in 2000, will be the site of Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay
Marina Hotel and Casino: made room for the MGM Grand.
The New Frontier: Demolished November 13, 2007. Will be replaced by the new Las Vegas Plaza
Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
Castaways: demolished in 1987. now the site of The Mirage.
The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
Stardust Resort & Casino: Demolished March 13, 2007. Will be replaced by Echelon Place
Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in 2007 became Planet Hollywood.
Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere.
|Taking a walk on the Vegas Strip||How to Get a Free Shuttle Ride|
|Where to rent a car in Las Vegas||How to take a Las Vegas taxi|
|How to hop on the Deuce||Las Vegas Airport Shuttle|
|How to ride the Las Vegas monorail||How to Ride the SDX|