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Clockwise from top: Las Vegas Boulevard facing southward at night, Caesars Palace, Aria Las Vegas, MGM Grand Las Vegas, New York-New York, Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, Bellagio Las Vegas
Las Vegas Strip
The Strip
South Las Vegas Boulevard
Length 4.2 mi (6.8 km)
South end Russell Road
North end Sahara Avenue

Las Vegas Strip

Boundaries[edit]

North of this point, the Resort Corridor can be considered to extend as far east as Paradise Road, although some consider Koval Lane as a less inclusive boundary. Interstate 15 is sometimes considered the western edge of the Resort Corridor from Interstate 215 to Spring Mountain Road. North of this point, Industrial Road serves as the western edge.

History[edit]

Early years (1930s–1990s)[edit]

Recent years (2000–present)[edit]

Pending[edit]

Park MGM

Transportation[edit]

Several free trams operate on the west side of the Strip:

  • Mandalay Bay Tram connecting the Mandalay Bay, Luxor, and Excalibur
  • Aria Expess connecting the Monte Carlo, Crystals(also stop for Aria), and Bellagio
  • Between Treasure Island and The Mirage
  • The Deuce bus (CAT Enviro500)

  • The Wrightbus Streetcar, used on the Strip and Downtown Express (SDX) route

  • Aria Express

  • Mandalay Bay Tram

Free shuttles[edit]

  • Between Harrah's and the Rio. Approximately every 30 minutes.
  • Between Paris/Bally's and the Rio. Approximately every 30 minutes.
  • Between Hard Rock and the Fashion Show Mall. Leaves the Hard Rock every 60 minutes on the hour.
  • Between Trump International Hotel and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Leaves the Trump Las Vegas every 15 minutes.
  • Between Trump International Hotel and the Wynn. Leaves the Trump Las Vegas every 15 minutes.

Pedestrian traffic[edit]

Attractions on the Strip[edit]

Golf[edit]

Amusement parks and rides[edit]

The strip is home to many amusement parks and rides. These include:

  • Big Shot
  • X-Scream
  • SkyJump Las Vegas
  • Adventuredome
  • The Roller Coaster
  • High Roller

Shopping[edit]

  • Bonanza Gift Shop is billed as the "World's Largest Gift Shop", with over 40,000 square feet (3,700 m2) of shopping space.
  • The Shoppes at The Palazzo feature luxury stores including the only Barneys New York department store in Las Vegas.
  • Fashion Show Mall is adjacent to Treasure Island and opposite Wynn Las Vegas.
  • Grand Canal Shoppes is a luxury mall connected to The Venetian with canals, gondolas and singing gondoliers.
  • The LINQ is an open-air retail, dining, and entertainment district located between The Linq and Flamingo resorts that began a soft open in January 2014. It leads from a Strip-side entrance to the High Roller.
  • Miracle Mile Shops is part of the Planet Hollywood hotel.
  • The Forum Shops at Caesars is a luxury mall connected to Caesars Palace, with more than 160 shops and 11 restaurants.
  • Crystals at CityCenter is a luxury high-fashion mall at CityCenter.
  • Harmon Corner is a three story retail center located next to Planet Hollywood with shops and restaurants.
  • Showcase Mall is next to MGM Grand, and displays a 100-foot Coca-Cola bottle.[39]
  • The Park, a short east-west street between the Monte Carlo and New York-New York resorts is a park-like boulevard lined with retail shops and restaurants, leading to T-Mobile Arena.[40]

Entertainment[edit]

Venues[edit]

The strip is home to many entertainment venues, many of them multipurpose. These include:

Locations of major landmarks[edit]

Current landmarks[edit]

North towards Fremont Street

Stratosphere
Aztec Inn
Allure, Bonanza Gift Shop
Sahara Avenue Sahara Avenue
Festival Grounds SLS
Hilton Grand Vacations All Net Resort and Arena (construction)
Sky
Circus Circus Fontainebleau (on hold), Turnberry
Slots-A-Fun Global Business District (construction)
Resorts World (construction)
Desert Inn Road Desert Inn Road
Trump, Alon (construction) Encore
Fashion Show Mall Wynn
Spring Mountain Road Sands Avenue
Treasure Island Palazzo, Sands Expo
Venetian
Mirage Casino Royale
Harrah's
Linq, High Roller
Flamingo
Caesars Palace Cromwell, Westin
Flamingo Road Flamingo Road
Bellagio Bally's
Paris
Cosmopolitan Planet Hollywood
Harmon Avenue Harmon Avenue
CityCenter Grand Chateau, Signature
Monte Carlo Showcase Mall
T-Mobile Arena, New York-New York MGM Grand
Tropicana Avenue Tropicana Avenue
Excalibur Tropicana, Hooters
Luxor
Delano, Mandalay Bay Skyvue (abandoned)
Russell Road

Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign

South towards Interstate 215

Former hotel/casino locations[edit]

North towards Fremont Street

Vegas World
Honest John's Casino/Jolly Trolley Casino Holy Cow
Sahara Avenue Sahara Avenue
El Rancho Vegas Sahara
Wet 'n Wild
Thunderbird/Silverbird/El Rancho
Riviera
Westward Ho La Concha Motel
Silver City Casino
Stardust Big Red's Casino/CBS Sports World Casino
Desert Inn Road Desert Inn Road
Silver Slipper
New Frontier Desert Inn
Spring Mountain Road Sands Avenue
Sands
Castaways Nob Hill Casino
Holiday Casino, Holiday Inn
Flamingo Capri/Imperial Palace/Quad
O'Sheas Casino
Barbary Coast/Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon
Flamingo Road Flamingo Road
Dunes MGM Grand
Little Caesars Casino
Aladdin
Holiday Inn, Boardwalk Harmon Avenue
Marina
Tropicana Avenue Tropicana Avenue
Hacienda
Russell Road
Klondike

South towards Interstate 215

Demolished or closed Strip casinos and hotels[edit]

  • Aladdin Hotel & Casino: Opened in 1963 as the Tally Ho, became the King's Crown in 1965, the Aladdin in 1966, and was demolished in 1998, and reopened in 2000. In 2007, the Aladdin was renamed Planet Hollywood.
  • Big Red's Casino: Opened in 1981 and closed in 1982. Property developed for CBS Sports World Casino in 1997. Changed name to Sports World Casino after CBS threatened to sue.[45] Closed in 2001, now a shopping center.
  • Barbary Coast Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2007, now The Cromwell.
  • Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Closed on January 6, 2006, demolished May 9, 2006 to make way for CityCenter.
  • Castaways Hotel and Casino: Opened in 1957 as the San Souci Hotel and became the Castaways in 1963 and was demolished in 1987. Now The Mirage.
  • Desert Inn: Closed on August 28, 2000, demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas; Desert Inn golf course was retained and improved.
  • Dunes Hotel and Casino: Closed on January 26, 1993, demolished in 1993, now Bellagio. The Dunes golf course is now occupied by parts of Monte Carlo, New York-New York, CityCenter, Cosmopolitan, and T-Mobile Arena.
  • El Rancho (formerly Thunderbird/Silverbird): Closed in 1992 and demolished in 2000. Now the unfinished Fontainebleau.
  • El Rancho Vegas: Burned down in 1960. The Hilton Grand Vacation Club timeshare now exists on the south edge of the site where the resort once stood; the remainder is now the Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
  • Hacienda: Closed in 1996, demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay. Until 2015, a separate Hacienda operated outside of Boulder City, formerly the Gold Strike Inn.
  • Holiday Casino: Opened in 1973 and closed in 1992. Now Harrah's Las Vegas.
  • Holy Cow Casino and Brewery: First micro brewery in Las Vegas. Closed in 2002, property currently vacant.
  • Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino: Opened in 1959 as the Flamingo Capri and became the Imperial Palace in 1979 and The Quad in 2012. Now The Linq.
  • Jackpot Casino: Closed in 1977, now part of Bonanza Gift Shop
  • Klondike Hotel & Casino: Closed in 2006, demolished in 2008.
  • Little Caesars Casino: Opened in 1970 and closed in 1994. Paris Las Vegas now occupies the area.[46]
  • MGM Grand Hotel and Casino: Closed in 1986 and now Bally's Las Vegas.
  • Money Tree Casino: Closed in 1979, now Bonanza Gift Shop.
  • Marina Hotel and Casino: Closed, adapted into MGM Grand, now the West Wing of the MGM Grand.
  • New Frontier: Closed July 16, 2007, demolished November 13, 2007. Currently being redeveloped as Alon Las Vegas.
  • Nob Hill Casino: Opened in 1979 and closed in 1990. Now Best Western + Casino Royale
  • Riviera Hotel and Casino: Opened in 1955; Closed in May 2015 to make way for the Las Vegas Global Business District.
  • Sahara Hotel and Casino: Closed on May 16, 2011. Reopened August 23, 2014 as SLS Las Vegas.
  • Sands Hotel and Casino: Closed on June 30, 1996, demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
  • Silver City Casino: Closed in 1999, now the Silver City Plaza Shopping Center.
  • Silver Slipper Casino: Opened in 1950 and closed and demolished in 1988. It became the parking lot for the New Frontier until its closure and demolition in 2007.
  • Stardust Resort & Casino: Closed on November 1, 2006, demolished on March 13, 2007. Currently being redeveloped as Resorts World Las Vegas.
  • Vegas World: Opened in 1979 and closed in 1995. Now the Stratosphere Las Vegas
  • Westward Ho Hotel and Casino: Closed in 2005, demolished in 2006. Currently being redeveloped as Resorts World Las Vegas.

Gallery[edit]

  • The iconic Welcome to Las Vegas sign was built in 1959.

  • The Strip in 2009.

  • A view of the southern end of the Strip. Looking northward from Tropicana Avenue.

  • View of the Strip, looking north from the Tropicana intersection.

  • Photo taken May 21, 2010, a view of the Strip from the Renaissance Hotel.

  • View of Monte Carlo Resort and Casino with City Center in the background

  • Shopping promenade of the Bellagio at 6:30am, with Chanel and Giorgio Armani boutiques

  • The Bellagio Fountains as seen from the hotel

  • The Cosmopolitan

  • The Las Vegas High Roller is the tallest Ferris wheel in the world

  • Las Vegas Boulevard at night

  • Wynn Las Vegas

See also[edit]

  • List of Las Vegas Strip hotels
  • Downtown (Nevada gaming area)
  • West Las Vegas

References[edit]

Further reading[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Las Vegas Strip.
  • Schmid, H. (2009), Economy of Fascination: Dubai and Las Vegas as Themed Urban Landscapes, Stuttgart; Berlin: E. Schweizerbart Science Publishers, ISBN 978-3-443-37014-5 .

External links[edit]

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  • Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Las_Vegas_Strip



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