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Known as the ‘Disneyland for Adults’, it’s no secret that Las Vegas is a place to let loose and have a good time. Vegas has become synonymous with legendary nightlife, extravagant resorts, and flashy attractions; most of which are along a portion of the Las Vegas Boulevard known as ‘The Strip’.
Many of the hostels in Vegas are centrally located and have a ton of entertainment right on the doorstep. Local hostel staff will happily give you advice or book you a tour of the many wonders that Sin City has to offer. Pools, hostel bars, and exclusive club offers are common for hostels in Las Vegas too so you’re sure
to have some fun in and out of your accommodation!
Staying along The Strip will give you the easiest access to attractions, both big and small with everything from Fountains of Bellagio to the
Fremont Street Experience to street entertainers!
Located in Nevada’s Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is also ideally located for day trips to natural attractions like Red Rock Canyon National Park. Visitors can also jump over to Arizona and witness the Grand Canyon National Park in all its majesty, go up to Utah to experience Zion National Park first-hand, or head to the Hoover Dam to marvel at the massive feat of human ingenuity and engineering.
There are a number of transport options to get from McCarran International Airport to The Strip. RTC buses and airport shuttles are the least expensive way to get into downtown. If you’d rather have a private ride, taxis and ride-sharing services are available from the airport. Once in Vegas, monorails and buses are the cheapest form of transport. Walking is also an ideal way to get around while simultaneously getting a fully immersive experience of the phenomenon that is Las Vegas.