Let the Las Vegas Monorail take you to where entertainment is king—the MGM Grand takes the food and fun or Las Vegas seriously. From the biggest international DJs to celebrity chefs, the MGM Grand is one bet you can count on. Don’t forget to check out their impressive line-up of upcoming events.
It’s easy to see why the MGM Grands is called the Entertainment Authority. The Grand Garden Area plays hosts to live sporting and music event and the line-up just gets better. Kà by Cirque du Soleil’s is nothing if not awe inspiring. David Copperfield’s mind-bending illusions will leave guests wondering just how he does it.
The MGM Grand brings the celebrity chefs to Las Vegas, and that’s no understatement. Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Michael Mina’s Pub 1842, Emeril, Wolfgang Puck, and the legendary Joël Robuchon are the foundation for a delectable dining experience. New to the MGM crowd is Crush, the perfect place to indulge in a tapas style brunch.
Almost no trip to Las Vegas is complete without a night at Hakkasan. The MGM Grand nightclub boasts some of the most impressive celebrity DJs and artists in Las Vegas. Day-life enthusiasts can soak up the sun at Wet Republic, the 54,500-square-foot ultra pool with a seriously cool vibe.
*Additional Monorail entrance is located in the MGM “District” near Grand Garden Arena
Step off the Monorail and step into another world—the romance and excitement of Paris, right here in Las Vegas. Let Paris Las Vegas share the beauty found in the City of Lights. Alternatively, the classic style of Vegas is emulated perfectly by Bally’s Las Vegas. Guests won’t want to miss the Sterling Brunch, a go-to for over 30 years. Did we mention the never-ending glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne?
On the Paris Vegas Hotel Property you can experience everything from Parisian street scenes surrounding the casino to shopping at boutiques along cobblestone streets in Le Boulevard, Paris Las Vegas immerses visitors in a complete Parisian experience in this 2,916-room resort. Take an elevator ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower Experience that soars 50 stories into the sky. Its observation deck offers a spectacular view of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding Las Vegas Valley.
Looking for the most romantic spot on the Strip? Look no further than the Eiffel Tower Experience. Share the amorous setting and sweeping views with someone special. Your date won’t be the only thing that takes your breath away.
Shop under the stars or sun! Located in front of Bally’s Las Vegas, the Grand Bazaar Shops offer a sampling of superb shopping and specialty stores and a section of sweets will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Las Vegas takes guests behind the music of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons in their award winning production of Jersey Boys. Looking for some magic? Try Anthony Cool’s hypnotic show or the mind-reading magic of Paranormal at Bally’s. Either way, you’ll leave Las Vegas with an appreciation for the allure of magic.
Let the Monorail connect you to the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The Flamingo is an oasis featuring some of your favorite Las Vegas performers. Stroll over to Caesars Palace, one of the largest and most luxurious locations on the Strip. Exceptional dining, shopping and nightlife are just the beginning of what Caesars Palace has to offer. Located on the famous four corners of the Las Vegas Strip, the Flamingo Las Vegas has 3,565 elegant rooms and suites; restaurants; pool; health spa; over 70,000-sq.-ft. casino. The hotel also has the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, with Chilean flamingos, African penguins, ducks, swans, pheasants, quail, turtles, Koi and goldfish.
Margaritaville and the classic Center Cut Steakhouse are just the beginning of what‘s offered at Flamingo Las Vegas. Caesars Palace has more than a few celebrity-owned and highly praised restaurants to choose from. The world-class Bacchanal Buffet truly makes Caesars Palace a dining destination and the newest addition is the internationally appreciated MR CHOW.
Omnia at Caesars Palace has quickly become the crown jewel of nightlife in Las Vegas and features both an indoor and outdoor experience. Caesar Palace offers an impressive entertainment options including Celine Dion, Elton John, Rod Stewart, and Mariah Carey. Feeling star struck? Absinthe is a unique and inspiring experience in a theatre-in-the-round venue. Fans of Donny & Marie Osmond or Olivia Newton-John will find themselves at the Flamingo Las Vegas.
Though it may be small, it is mighty when it comes to offering guests just what they’re looking for. The lobby bar, Bound is certain to impressive even the most discerning. Giada De Laurentiis’ restaurant welcomes Italian food lovers and Drai’s Nightclub tops off the impressive offerings at the only standalone boutique hotel on the Strip.
Depart the Monorail at the Harrah’s/Linq Station for access to Harrah’s Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel and Casino and LINQ Promenade. The hotel, dining and entertainment options are abundant to Las Vegas Monorail riders. Where else can guests enjoy food and music under the lights of High Roller observation wheel? Mark this down as a must do!
Restaurants include Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Yard House and Hash House A Go Go. Harrah’s adds Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse to the list of offerings. Make sure you save room for dessert! At Sprinkles you can choose from cupcakes, cookies, and ice cream. Late night sweet tooth? No problem—grab a cupcake from the Sprinkles ATM.
Take the Monorail and save your walking for the LINQ Promenade which connects guests to unforgettable experiences. Live music fans will appreciate Brooklyn Bowl, a 78,000-square-foot music venue with bowling lanes. The venue also serves some serious eats. If your taste is more classic Vegas, check out Million Dollar Quartet, inspired by the jam session that united Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.
If the impressive views from the Monorail windows aren’t enough for you, purchase a ticket for the 550-foot-tall High Roller. This observation wheel offers a 365 degree view of the Strip. One revolution or trip around the wheel takes 30 minutes and each cabin can hold several dozen people. We think it’s something you won’t want to miss!
The Las Vegas Convention Center is one of the most modern and functional facilities in the world — a 3.2 million square foot facility connected via the Monorail to more than 100,000 guest rooms. Operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the center is well known among industry professionals for its versatility.
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.
Las Vegas Monorail trains arrive every 4-5 minutes during large conventions and take a maximum of 10 minutes to reach the convention center from any part of the line.
Purchase an unlimited ride pass to travel at liberty during your convention stay. Multiple day passes offer the greatest value and are ideal for lunch breaks or exploring the Strip during your free time.
The Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, located just a block off the Strip, is the former home to the King himself. Elvis Presley performed at 837 consecutive sold out shows at the Westgate Las Vegas. The room and suite options are just as impressive. Guests can choose from variety of room types including Concierge Level Rooms and newly remodeled Signature Rooms. The Las Vegas Monorail offers easy access to the rest of the excitement on the Las Vegas Strip.
With eight different options, there’s a choice everyone can agree on. Options include the fine dining restaurant Edge Steakhouse, or crowd-pleasing Benihana. Sid’s Cafe, the SuperBook Deli and the Silk Road Asian Bistro make choosing a snap.
The Westgate Las Vegas offers a variety of rooms that are certain to pique your interest. The Concierge Level Room has amazing views and access to the Concierge lounge of the first floor where guests will find hot breakfast, snacks and cocktails. It’s the perfect place to relax after exploring everything Las Vegas has to offer.
The recently renovated Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook features the World’s Largest LED video screen, over 400 seats and impressive upgrades. The 25,000 square foot facility is the perfect environment to place all your bets.
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