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Las Vegas Strip Map

Las Vegas Strip Map

Maps from other websites

The above map is what I put together with my meager graphics skills.  If you don't like it, below are some links to some other maps. 

Maps of the Strip

  • Vegas Today & Tomorrow.  A dizzying buffet of maps.  Take a look at the Strip with construction since 2003 highlighted in green, or see a color-coded map of which companies own which casinos.
  • Interactive & Historical map.  Click on any casino to get more info.  Or click a Year tab to see what the Strip looked like in any particular year.
  • Easy 3D map.  The slight 3-D perspective makes it easy to understand.  It's a little dated, showing the Aladdin instead of Planet Hollywood, and not showing Cosmopolitan.
  • CheapoVegas.  Simple and easy.
  • No-nonsense map.  But dated -- circa 2004.
  • Ambitious map.  A little crowded, but has just about everything.  From the Wizard of Vegas.
  • Hand-drawn, illustrated map
  • Historical Maps.  Shows not just what hotels are on the strip, but which ones used to be there.  From JetCafé and UNLV.

Maps of Downtown

CheapoVegas has a good map.

Maps of Greater Vegas

CheapoVegas has a map showing the main casinos outside of the Strip and Downtown areas.

Maps of hotel interiors

Vegas properties are big. Sometimes you'll need a map to navigate inside the casino! You can see such maps at Vegas Casino Info.

Gambling Problem?
Call the 800-522-4700 hotline, and read this.

Also, know that Parkinson's drugs encourage gambling

Reason I like Bovada #4:

One-stop shopping

Let me share my experience at another online casino whose name I won't mention: I wanted to try out their free-play games, and they made me sign up for an account. That was annoying, just for free-play, but actually most casinos make you register, so they can annoy you by email to pressure you into depositing real money.

I didn't get to choose my own username, they assigned one, and it was long! An astounding twelve digits of mixed numbers and letters. There was no way I'd be able to memorize it, I'd have to write it down.

After trying out the free-play games I decided to deposit money and play for real. And guess what? I had to register a separate account to play for real. They assigned me a brand-new twelve-digit username. Great.

Shortly thereafter they started offering play-in-browser games. That's convenient, so I wanted to get in on that. Guess what? Yet another username.

And guess how they handle they money they give you as a matching bonus on your deposit? You guessed it, another account.

Okay, now let's fast-forward to Bovada: One account gets you everything. And I mean everything. Real money, fake money, bonuses, you name it. I didn't get to choose my account name, but at least it's easy to remember.

And if you want to play for free with fake money, you don't even need an account at all. For example:

Play for free, no B.S.
One click and you're in.

Gambling problem?
Call the 800-522-4700 hotline, and read this.

Also, know that Parkinson's drugs encourage gambling.