Getting Around Vegas
Once you make it to Las Vegas, there are a variety of ways you can get around town and to the show floor, including the Las Vegas Monorail and taxis.
Transportation from McCarran International Airport
CES does not offer shuttle service from McCarran International Airport to show venues or your hotel. However, there are several companies that do, including limo services. Limos and shuttles are located on the west side of baggage claim, outside door exits 7-13.
See below for a partial list of limo/shuttle companies or view the full list. Please note, CES does not endorse or represent any of the companies listed:
Abraham Limo Service
Abraham Limo Service provides luxury private cars, limousines, buses and limo coaches and integrates your Airport limo transfer service needs into one problem-free resource. ALV has the largest fleet of customized Mercedes limo coaches in Las Vegas for group transfers. Call (702) 675-7775, they are open 24/7.
Airline Shuttle Corp
Offers convenient curbside shuttle service at McCarran International Airport Terminal 1 (Door 8) and Terminal 3 (counters located on baggage claim level inside Door 1 for Domestic or Door 7 for International).
Bell Trans offers share-a-ride Airport Shuttle Service to and from McCarran International Airport and hotels/motels located on (and near) the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Areas.
LASxpress offers the only non-stop coach service to major strip hotels. Their professional airport staff provides meet and greet service ensuring a hassle free experience. Additionally they offer executive coach and luxury car services. Visit their website to book now.
Offers private car, limousine, buses and shuttle service to your hotel. Book early for availability. Prearrange your airport service and avoid the long lines. Included in your service is, meet and greet, assistance with your luggage and escort to your vehicle. Individual and group rates available.
Showtime serves all Las Vegas Strip and Downtown hotels and resorts via our McCarran shuttle locations at Door 10 of Terminal 1 and our baggage claim locations in Terminal 3 between Doors 52 & 53 (Domestic) and Doors 56 & 57 (International). Showtime’s professional uniformed drivers provide affordable 24-hour LAS airport shuttle service that can be purchased in-destination or via convenient online reservation system.
SuperShuttle and ExecuCar Las Vegas
The fastest most efficient way to get to Las Vegas Strip or Downtown hotels. Transportation is on a Share-A-Ride basis. Service is also available to off-Strip locations.
V Transportation can provide you with party bus and limousine transportation services. They specialize in group transfers between all points and places in and near Las Vegas such as McCarran International Airport, hotel casino resorts, and the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Please visit their website or call 877-417-1312 for more information.
Las Vegas Monorail
The Las Vegas Monorail connects the LVCC and Westgate to a variety of hotels on the Strip, including MGM Grand, Bally's, Flamingo and Harrah's. The Monorail is often the quickest travel option to and from the International CES.
In 15 minutes or less, Monorail riders can travel to and from the LVCC, Westgate and the Las Vegas Strip in a safe, clean and climate-controlled environment. Hop on for a one-way trip or pick up a seven day convention pass for the freedom to travel at your leisure.
Travel time from the Las Vegas Convention Center Station to:
Westgate Las Vegas station - 2.15 minutes
Harrah's station - 4.17 minutes
Flamingo station - 5.42 minutes
Bally's/Paris Las Vegas station - 7.06 minutes
MGM Grand station - 9.12 minutes
The Las Vegas Monorail is offering discounted tickets on select fare types for CES attendees and exhibitors. Visit their site for more details and to purchase tickets. It’s never too early to buy, as tickets expire one year from date of purchase.
Taxis are another way to get around Las Vegas. You can hail a taxi from the front of the LVCC (in front of both North and South Halls), Westgate, Renaissance and The Venetian. Taxi lines tend to be long, especially at the close of the show each day. Hop on one of the free CES shuttles or take the Las Vegas Monorail to avoid the crowds. (Note: the Monorail does not service the Sands/Venetian). If you are using Uber, you must observe designated passenger pickup/drop-off areas for private cars.