South Strip Hotels and Casinos

Many of the newest and most luxurious resorts in Vegas are located on the South Strip. While there really is no official designation of north or south strip regions, we’ll consider all properties located below Flamingo Boulevard to be “South Strip” hotels.

This list includes the following resorts and casinos:

This list is not comprehensive, and it does not include a number of the smaller properties located off the main drag (Las Vegas Boulevard) that are also considered “South Strip” by the city.


Much of this area is well served by the Las Vegas Monorail, which runs along the East side of the Strip and includes services between Ballys and MGM Grand. On the strip itself, all-day transportation is available via The Deuce bus service run by the city. This bus runs very frequently, though lines can get long and buses crowded during busy weeks and especially on the Strip north of Flamingo Blvd.

The South Strip is a great place to stay in Las Vegas, with the Southern end, near Mandalay Bay and Luxor, being a great place to get away from the crowds and relax. If you are more inclined to see everything, then you might want to stay further to the north, near Bellagio, Ballys, and Paris Las Vegas, all of which are quite centrally located, with easy access to the entire strip if you are willing and able to walk.

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