Visiting Las Vegas is Easy!
Las Vegas is well connected with a large international airport, bus terminals and convenient access from Nevada and neighboring states.
Planning your transportation is as easy as searching for the best possible deals from your favorite travel provider. Best values are often available to those who book early. For the best possible experience consider arriving Monday morning. You can often save money and avoid traffic if plan leaving on Monday or Tuesday.
Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS) is serviced by all major airlines as well as several international, regional, and low cost carriers. The airport handles over one-thousand arriving and departing flights on a daily basis, with direct flights to and from over 125 cities in the US.
McCarran International Airport also services international flights from Europe, Asia, and Latin America which makes the event location an attractive proposition for international members of the community who wish to attend.
Some of the airlines that service Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport include:
Las Vegas is connected with regular schedule services from most large cities in western United States. Many bus lines offer free parking at their terminals. For my information check the following Bus services:
From nearby states; Highway I-15 links Vegas with Salt Lake City (northeast) and Los Angles (via I-10) and San Diego (southwest). Highway 95 approaches from the bombed out desert northwest of town and from due south at I-40.
Refer to the Google Map below to get driving directions from your location to the hotels View map
Getting Around Las Vegas
Once you arrive to Las Vegas, you’ll need to find your way to your hotel. If you are driving yourself, the hotels addresses are shown above. You can use Google Maps to get driving directions from your location to your hotel.
If you fly to Las Vegas, you can get taxi service directly from the airport. Ask the taxi driver to take you to our host hotel.
When taking a taxi from the airport, tell your driver to take you via the streets (towards Flamingo) and NOT via the highway. Some taxi drivers will try to take you the long route via highway to charge you twice the fare. Your fare from the airport to Alexis Park should be just about $15 including the extra charge for airport pickup.
If you arrive by bus, taxi service is available at the Greyhound bus terminal, or any the drop-off hotels in the bus route.