Las Vegas Strip Map
Considered the most expensive 4 mile stretch in the world, the Las Vegas Strip which is the section of Las Vegas Blvd from Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere Tower has some of the world's top hotels and attractions that are uniquely Las Vegas.
Equip yourself with a Las Vegas Strip map because sightseeing along the Vegas strip is like traveling the world on foot. From the pyramids of Giza (Luxor Hotel), to the Statue of Liberty (New York New York), to the Eiffel Tower in Paris (Paris Las Vegas), to the Colosseum of ancient Rome (Caesars Palace), to the canals of Venice (The Venetian), and everything else in between. About 42 million annual visitors make this small stretch of road among the most visited in the world.
It's no wonder Las Vegas is considered one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
Below is a map of Las Vegas strip to help guide you on your next visit to Las Vegas.
Map of Las Vegas Strip Hotels and Casinos
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3D Las Vegas Maps
Use this 3D Map of the Vegas Strip to get a birds eye view of the Hotels and their proximity to each other.
The Vegas Strip is divided into three sections:
The Las Vegas north-strip is the area from Sands Ave/Spring Mountain and runs north from Wynn Las Vegas to Stratosphere. Below are hotels located on the north Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas mid-strip is the area south of Sands Ave all the way to Planet Hollywood just before Harmon Ave. Below are hotels located on mid Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas south-strip starts at Planet Hollywood resort and south to Mandalay Bay. Below are hotels located on south Vegas Strip.
How long is the Vegas Strip?
Las Vegas Place and Time
Flight times to Las Vegas
3 hours from Chicago,
1 hour from Los Angeles
Las Vegas Strip Then and Now
Las Vegas tend to reinvent itself from time to time just to remain the top travel destination in the world. For a city with over 150,000 hotel rooms, Las Vegas has also had more mega resort implosions than any other major city in the US.
The opening of The Mirage in November 1989 by Steve Wynn, set the standard for mega resorts and started a resort-building boom that line the Strip today and forever changed Las Vegas
Here is a timeline and a little history of Las Vegas hotels, past and present.