Hotel & Transportation

Due to the sheer volume of hotel rooms and various levels of rates, in addition to our guests arriving/departing at different days and times, we have chosen not to block any hotel rooms. We found that our guests can actually get better rates just by signing up for a free rewards card with the respective hotel property. However, we do want our guests to be close to the fun and each other, so we do have some recommendations below.

The Mirage

This is also where the Bride and Groom will be staying and is right towards the center of the Strip where most of the activity is happening! The Mirage features mid-tier rooms, an amazing pool, great shows, and you can even swim with dolphins here!

If you'd like to stay here, we highly recommend signing up for an MLife Rewards Card* as the rooms are discounted through that.
(* The MLife Rewards cards are free to sign up for and provide discounts at multiple properties)

Book a Room at the Mirage

The Flamingo

If you are looking for a more budget friendly hotel that is still very much near everyone- we recommend The Flamingo. It's the classic Vegas hotel that is still going strong! We are hosting the Saturday Pool Party here as well. If you use your Caesars Rewards card*, the rooms are discounted rather significantly.
(* The Caesars Rewards cards are free to sign up for and provide discounts at multiple properties)

Book a Room at The Flamingo

As you will notice, these two properties are what is considered "Center Strip". Some other hotels right around them are the following: Caesars Palace, The Venetian, Bellagio, Harrah's, and The Linq. Las Vegas is BIG, despite how close the hotels may look together, they are large properties. If you do want to stay a bit further away that is fine, but keep in mind it may result in a lot of walking or car rides.


Taxis and Rideshares

Just like any major city, Las Vegas does have taxis and ride sharing companies (Uber, Lyft) available. "But wait, don't taxis rip you off and 'long haul' you?", yes that was a problem in the past, however in 2019 Las Vegas has made it illegal to charge more than predetermined locked in rates from the airport to the Strip hotels. There are three zones that range in price from $19 to $27 to get you between the two. Additional info can be found here.


Join in with me, "Monorail, monorail, monorail". Well just like Springfield, Vegas got bit by the monorail bug (technically some are trams I know). In any case, there are multiple free trams linking hotels up and down the west side of the strip and then also the Las Vegas Monorail that runs from the MGM Grand all the way up the entire east side.

Click Here for an Entire Map


You're in Vegas, why not live it up!? And surprisingly since there are an abundance of limo companies out there, they aren't that drastically more than other options. We personally have used Presidential Limo and have nothing but good things to say. They'll pick you right up at the baggage carousel and you can even put "Mary Swanson" as your desired name for them to hold.

We will also be sending out a google form in the coming weeks if you'd like to be a part of a bus from the Strip to the wedding venue.