Transportation at MWC Las Vegas

Getting around Las Vegas needn’t be a trek. Whether you’re traveling to the event or seeing the sights – we’ll help you get there.

Travel to and from Harry Reid International Airport

Las Vegas Convention Centre is only 3.5 miles from Harry Reid International Airport. And the best thing is that all our partner hotels are a 15-minute drive away. So, before you arrive, make sure you know how to get from A to B at MWC Las Vegas! There are plenty of travel options for you to navigate around Las Vegas…

Vegas Loop

Visitors to Las Vegas Convention Center can enjoy a fast and convenient way to travel across the convention center campus: The Vegas Loop connects the new West Hall with the existing campus (North/Central/South Halls). Our attendees staying at Resorts World will be able to use the Vegas Loop to travel back and forth between West Hall and the resort as it is currently the only resort connected to the Loop West station. Travel time is only 2 minutes! Save yourself the walk and take the Vegas Loop at Las Vegas Convention Center.

Taxis/Rideshares

Need a ride? Las Vegas boasts efficient taxi services that run a reliable service. Unlike most cities, you can’t hail a cab here, but it’s easy to order one from any physical address, such as a hotel taxi lane, valet area, or main entrance. And remember to download the Lyft and Uber apps for even more options.

Rental Cars

You can find a choice of ten car rental companies under one roof at Las Vegas airport. It’s open 24/7/365 and even offers a convenient shuttle service to and from airport terminals. You can find car rental sites across the city, but we think you’ll find the airport offers the most convenience. Find out more at the Harry Reid International Airport Rental Car Center

Bus

Public transport is a convenient and flexible way to travel. The Regional Transportation Commission of Las Vegas has two routes that take you to the Strip and downtown. Find out more about Deuce on the Strip and the DVX route to explore the iconic sights of the city. For those of you wanting to enjoy the Arts District and Freemont Street Experience, check out the Downtown Loop.