It’s easy to know where to go if you know where you are! This Las Vegas Strip map shows all the major hotels and casinos on the Vegas Strip.
Download this beautiful, hand-drawn Las Vegas map as a PDF and print it out to take with you or view it on your mobile device to help with your pre-Las Vegas vacation planning.
In addition, you’ll want to keep this map handy to use and get your bearings once you’ve arrived in Vegas.
Free Downloadable Las Vegas Strip Map (PDF)
Download Las Vegas Strip Map PDF (1.2 MB)
Map of Las Vegas Strip Hotels: Main Strip
This map shows you where the main area of the Strip is located and where the most popular Las Vegas hotels are found. The Strip itself is a 4.2-mile section of Las Vegas Boulevard and it’s where you’ll find the biggest concentration of hotels, casinos, and resorts in Sin City.
You can see from the map which hotels are located in the middle of the Strip as well as the other hotel properties and casinos that can be found nearby. (Please note that the map is not to scale, and distances between resorts are often further than they appear, especially if you’re planning to walk).
Las Vegas Strip Hotels Featured on the Map
|Aria||Four Seasons||Palms Place||The Mirage|
|Bally’s||Gold Coast||Paris||The Palazzo|
|Bellagio||Virgin Hotel||Park MGM||The Venetian|
|Caesars Palace||Harrah’s||Planet Hollywood||Treasure Island|
|Cosmopolitan||Mandalay Bay||Resorts World||Trump|
|Embassy Suites Con. Ctr||New York New York||Signature at MGM||Waldorf Astoria|
|Excalibur||Palace Station||The Cromwell||Westin|
With so many choices, knowing how to choose the right hotel in Vegas can be difficult, but we can help! Check out our article How To Choose a Hotel in Las Vegas (The Ultimate Guide). It will put you on the right track to finding the perfect hotel for your Las Vegas trip.
Also, be sure to download our free Downtown Las Vegas Map!
Street Map of the Las Vegas Strip
Click and drag on the interactive map below to find additional points of interest or select “view larger map” to input destinations and get turn by turn driving or walking directions from your current location.
Getting around in Las Vegas is not too difficult. Unlike many cities, where the attractions are spread all over town, Las Vegas has the majority of its entertainment located along the few miles of the main Strip. Getting around can be accomplished by walking, rideshare, tram, monorail, and even bus.
Check out our post for everything you need to know about how to get around in Las Vegas.
Today’s Las Vegas Deals
Whether you’re looking to find a deal on a hotel for your upcoming trip or looking for fun things to do in Las Vegas today or in the future, you’ll want to check out the daily deals now!
Lock in the savings on the best Vegas has to offer. These deals won’t stick around so grab ’em while you can!
Check Out Our Live Camera View of the Las Vegas Strip
Check out our live camera street views of Las Vegas and see what’s going on right now!
Las Vegas Monorail Map
You can download the monorail map above as a PDF from the monorails website here (Las Vegas Monorail).
The monorail is a great way to get up and down the Strip. You can see from the map that the monorail is located on the east side of Las Vegas Blvd.
We have an article here about how to ride the Las Vegas Monorail that also includes a couple of money-saving ideas.
Las Vegas Fun Facts:
- Over 42 million people visit Las Vegas every year.
- The “Strip” is not actually located in the City of Las Vegas.
- There are approximately 150,000 hotel rooms in the Las Vegas Valley.
- Las Vegas is considered to be the brightest spot on the planet due to all the lights.
- Las Vegas is located in the Mojave Desert.
- Nevada almost lost its statehood in 1931 due to the legalization of gambling.
- The Las Vegas Strip from Mandalay Bay on the southern end to the Stratosphere on the northern end (see map above) is 4.6 miles.
Save $$$ on Vegas Attractions
You can save even more in Vegas by picking up a Las Vegas Sightseeing Pass. The pass will save you a bunch of money versus paying for each attraction at the gate.
If you’ll be seeing the sites while you’re here, then this pass is for you!
Download the pass online and it automatically activates the first time you use it. We’ve written a full review of the sightseeing pass on our website and you can find it here.
Discount Shows Resource
Find out about our #1 source for discounts on Las Vegas Shows in our show resource guide here.