Casinos, neon lights, night clubs, and grand spectacles—these are just a few of Las Vegas’ favorite things! If you’re planning the party of the year, then you’ve come to the right place. Las Vegas is renowned for opulence, indulgence and entertainment, and you’ll have no shortage of a good time in Sin City.
Whether you’re planning an epic casino-hop on The Strip or event of the century at The Bellagio, Shofur can pair you with the perfect transportation. We can find you shuttle buses for guests at weddings and corporate conferences, or full-sized motorcoaches for field trips and city tours. If you can dream it, we can find you a bus for it.
Call us at 1-800-436-8719 and tell us all about your next Vegas trip or event. We’ll provide you with a free, no-obligation quote and get you paired with the best charter bus for your group.
Las Vegas is one of the nation’s loudest, brightest, and busiest cities, and it has the traffic to match! Both locals and tourists crowd the streets and sidewalks from The Strip to Summerlin. When traveling the city and hitting every stop on your itinerary, a private charter bus rental is one of your best choices for getting around. You’ll get sleek, safe, and reliable transportation for you and your whole group and a professional bus driver to lead the way.
Large charter buses have plenty of space for storage and are best for long journeys. They come equipped with reclining seats, onboard restrooms, TV screens and a DVD player, and power outlets in every seat.
Minibuses and shuttles are great for quick inner-city tours or trips and airport pick-ups, and often come with free WiFi and extra space for luggage. To top it all off, every bus is assigned a dedicated bus driver. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy your Vegas trip in style and comfort with a professional at the helm.
Group Transportation in Las Vegas
All things considered, there are multiple ways to travel around Las Vegas. Think about the needs of your group and type of trip you are planning when deciding on the best group transportation option for you. Here are all of your options for getting around Sin City:
Las Vegas Monorail: If your itinerary takes you up and down the Las Vegas Strip, the monorail will get you where you need to go. It stops at seven points including MGM Grand, Bally’s, and The Las Vegas Convention Center. However, the monorail doesn’t run at night, so you’ll need to arrange separate transportation if you’re traveling after dark. It also may be challenging to keep your group all together if you’re with more than four or five people.
The Deuce: The Deuce is Las Vegas’ public bus transportation system. The Deuce runs 24/7, so you’re never without a ride. However, you’ll need to plan your travel around The Deuce’s schedule, not your own, and your destinations will be restricted to spots along the bus routes.
Taxis. Taxis are the main form of transportation to get around Las Vegas, and offer a lot of flexibility for traveling. Cabs are available at all hours of the day and aren’t restricted to routes or train tracks. However, the cost is unpredictable and can vary according to traffic and the time of year. Cost may also add up if you need to call for multiple rides to fit your whole group.
Rideshares. Ridesharing with services like Uber and Lyft is a convenient and affordable option for transportation. It’s simple and easy to use an app to call a ride and many hotels and casinos on The Strip have designated pick-up and drop-off spots. However, you may be subject to surge pricing during major events or prime hours. Also, the costs of multiple rideshares can add up, and it may be difficult to stay together as a group if you have more than five or six people.
Private charter bus. Renting a private motorcoach or minibus is the easiest way to travel with a large group. You can comfortably transport up to 50 people with ease anywhere around town and according to your own schedule. A private charter bus runs on your time and itinerary, and you also work with a personal, professional bus driver to ensure a safe and reliable ride. However, the price of private transportation can be costly, so you may want to split the cost amongst passengers. The cost per person is typically more affordable than a day’s worth of taxi fares and provides passengers with comfortable and convenient travel.
Comparing Las Vegas Group Transportation
Monorail or The Deuce
Personal, professional driver
On-board climate controls
Tailored to your schedule
One vehicle for your entire group
Planning Your Las Vegas Wedding Transportation
While Las Vegas is well known for impromptu vows and little white chapels, this city has a lot to offer to brides and wedding planners looking for ceremony venues and reception party spots. From ritzy resorts to gorgeous country clubs to romantic chapels, how do you choose where to get hitched? With a charter bus rental, you don’t need to narrow down the options—you can do it all!
Say “I do” at a country club on the outskirts, have a reception at the ritziest resort in town, then hit The Strip for an all-night after party. Renting a shuttle bus (or three) will get you, your wedding party, and all of your guests around whichever Las Vegas venues you choose with ease. Arrange to have shuttle service bring your guests from their hotel to your ceremony and reception, and back to their hotel at the end of the night. They’ll be grateful for the professional DD and comfortable private transportation, rather than needing to call a rideshare or navigate The Deuce.
Here are some popular Las Vegas wedding venues you might be planning transportation to and from:
The Secret Garden
Romantic indoor/outdoor venue, family owned and operated since 1962.
Address: 3333 Raven Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89139
Phone: (725) 221-8834
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Popular resort for a modern and luxurious wedding
Address: 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 698-7000
All-inclusive banquet facility for weddings, receptions and events.
Address: 4125 W. Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: (702) 878-4646
Throw a Blowout Bachelor or Bachelorette Party in Las Vegas!
We challenge you to name a single better city for planning a blowout bachelor or bachelorette party than Las Vegas! Between world-class resorts and nightclubs, stand-up comedians and Cirque du Soleil, your party itinerary is anything you can dream of. With a private shuttle bus rental, you can make your own epic bachelor(ette) party better than any pre-set package or tour.
Start the party in the afternoon at a resort beach club like TAO Las Vegas, then plan to head to a concert or show lounge like Carnaval Court for your first stop of the night. You can stock your private minibus with champagne and snacks to keep the party going between destinations, and play your favorite music onboard using AUX hookups. End the night at a nightclub like Omnia, and plan for your shuttle to bring everyone back to the resort at the end of the night. Make sure to tip your driver for being the best DD a bachelor(ette) party could ask for!
TAO Las Vegas
Award-winning beach club, nightclub and Asian bistro at The Venetian
Address: 3377 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 388-8338
Open-air lounge for live music, DJs, and talented bartenders.
Address: 3475 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 693-6138
Omnia Las Vegas
Multi-level nightclub featuring a series of star electronic DJs
Address: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 785-6200
Corporate Conferences and Trade Shows in Las Vegas
Planning to take your office or team to an industry conference in Las Vegas? Rent a private charter bus for a safe and efficient trip to the event venue. Whether you’re coming across state lines or just down The Strip, private transportation is a more time-efficient and economical option for a group than breaking up into carpools or public transportation. With a charter bus rental, you’ll know everyone will arrive focused, on time, and safe.
If you’re organizing a large event or trade show downtown, a fleet of shuttle buses will make convention transportation easy for guests and attendees. You can plan routes to bring guests from McCarran International Airport to the event venue, or to and from popular business hotels like Waldorf Astoria and The Venetian. Guests will be grateful to skip the monorail and enjoy a quick, private ride with useful amenities like free WiFi and power outlets.
Las Vegas Convention Center
One of the largest convention centers in the world with an approx. capacity of 200,000.
Address: 3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 892-0711
World Market Center Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas campus with multiple large venues for conventions, meetings and events.
Address: 475 S. Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89106
Phone: (702) 599-9621
Sands Expo & Convention Center
Large resort with expo halls, ballrooms, meeting rooms, theaters, and more for rent.
Address: 201 Sands Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89169
Phone: (702) 414-4021
Travel to Sporting Events in Las Vegas
Whether you’re headed into Vegas for a Golden Knights game or youth league tournament, athletes and fans alike will enjoy comfortable travel in a private charter bus rental. High-capacity motorcoaches with ample overhead and undercarriage storage has plenty of space for sporting equipment, coolers, and personal belongings. It’s also easy to keep teams safe, all together, and on time on the way to the big game.
For sports fans, there’s no better way to tailgate than with a private ride made to hold large coolers, picnic tables, and rowdy fanatics. Plan a tailgate party to the T-Mobile Arena to see the Golden Knights, or to Sam Boyd Stadium, home to the UNLV Rebel Football Program and other special sporting events like the Monster Jam World Finals and Monster Energy Supercross. Las Vegas is also home of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the major UFC fighting event of the year at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Your tailgate opportunities are endless!
Here are some local venues and stadiums where you might be planning to go:
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Host venue for UFC matches, including the Ultimate Fighting Championship
Address: 3799 S Las vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 891-1111
Home of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights
Address: 3780 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158
Phone (Guest Services): (702) 692-1515
Sam Boyd Stadium
Sporting events venue featuring Star Nursery Field.
Address: 7000 E Russell Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89122
Phone: (702) 895-3761
Plan a Field Trip in Las Vegas
Just because Las Vegas is synonymous with gambling, shopping, and nightlife doesn’t mean there aren’t dozens of educational and cultural destinations. Rent a charter bus to safely and reliably get your school group or scout troop to one of many popular field trip hot spots in the Las Vegas area. Both kids and adults can enjoy onboard television screens and a DVD player to play crowd-favorite movies, or log on to free WiFi to create TikToks or play games on tablets between stops. If you haven’t yet decided where to go, here are some options for your next educational excursion:
180-acre complex with hiking trails, botanical gardens, museums, and more.
Address: 333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone: (702) 822-7700
Discovery Children’s Museum
3-story interactive science and art museum for kids.
Address: 360 Promenade Place, Las Vegas, NV 89106
Phone: (702) 382-3445
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Smithsonian-associated institution with exhibits of dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, and more.
Address: 900 Las Vegas Blvd North, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 384-3466
Las Vegas Casino Hopping on The Strip
If you’re writing your Las Vegas bucket list, a casino hop on The Strip ought to be number one! Everywhere you look will be sensory overload (in the best way possible), so it’s best to do your research and make a plan to see the sights that intrigue you the most. Plan to visit a number of the city’s most famous and popular casinos and landmarks like the Fountains of Bellagio, the canals at The Venetian, The Volcano at The Mirage, and the SkyPod at The Strat—and honestly, this is only the beginning.
The Las Vegas Strip is approximately 4 miles of resort hotels, casinos, restaurants, and shopping destinations. Unless you have very comfortable shoes and patience for rallying an excited crowd, we don’t recommend exploring by foot. While the monorail can get you anywhere on the Strip in minutes, you’ll need to carefully plan according to its schedule and stop locations, and it may be challenging to keep the group together. With a charter bus rental, you can plan the perfect, customized casino hop for you and your group on your own schedule. Here are some of the most popular casinos on the Strip you may want to add to your itinerary:
Family-friendly hotel and casino featuring a man-made beach and the Shark Reef Aquarium.
Address: 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
Phone: (702) 632-7777
Luxor Hotel & Casino
Egyptian-themed casino landmarked by a 30-story pyramid and iconic Sky Beam—the strongest beam of light in the world.
Address: 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Phone: (702) 262-4000
Excalibur Hotel & Casino
Camelot-inspired hotel and casino with storybook-style “castle” and medieval theme.
Address: 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (702) 597-7777
Entertainment and gaming complex with a casino, several theaters, and more.
Address: 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (877) 880-0880
Italian-themed casino resort complete with canals, gondolas, and opera-singing gondoliers.
Address: 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 90109
Phone: (702) 414-1000
Charter a Bus from Las Vegas to Los Angeles
What happens in Vegas doesn’t always need to stay in Vegas. Take the fun on the road to sunny Los Angeles for a change! If you’re itching to get out of Sin City and visit the California coast, rent a private charter bus to get you there. A motorcoach with onboard restrooms, TV screens and a DVD player, and free WiFi will make the 4- to 5-hour ride a comfortable one.
Once in the city, you can rely on your rental to get you around. Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis that can be challenging to navigate if you’re new to the layout, heavy traffic, and public transit systems. You can create a custom tour to visit L.A. hotspots like the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Santa Monica Pier, or plan to spend the whole day at Disneyland Park or Universal Studios Hollywood. When you call us at 1-800-436-8719 , tell us all about your ideal trip to Los Angeles, and we’ll get you started with the best transportation for your group.
Our Favorite Group-Friendly Destinations in Las Vegas
Shofur is no stranger to group trips in Las Vegas. We’ve learned a few things about where the group-friendly destinations and hot spots are around town, and are happy to help you plan your next trip or event! Read on to learn about our favorite places to visit with fifteen-to-fifty of your closest friends.
And when it comes to parking your bus rental, you’re in luck. Las Vegas is a popular destination for RVs and oversized-vehicle traffic, so many of the resorts and convention centers on the Strip offer diverse parking options. If you’re planning a multi-day trip, try to choose a resort with dedicated oversized-vehicle parking. However, if you’re just in town for a day-trip, call ahead to ask if a resort will accommodate parking for a fee. We recommend contacting Circus Circus Hotel, Mandalay Bay, Bally’s, or Caesar’s Palace to ask about parking your charter bus rental.
Bellagio Hotel and Casino
Good for: Tours, Weddings, Corporate Conferences, Social Celebrations
The Bellagio is one of the most famous and luxurious hotels and casinos in Las Vegas. The Fountains of Bellagio attract crowds of hundreds for its spectacular light and water shows, and the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is one of the best free attractions in town. Between the food service, the casinos, the entertainment and the event spaces, there’s nothing your group can’t do here.
Add The Bellagio to your custom casino hop or make plans to host an unforgettable group dinner at one of its many restaurants like Harvest by Roy Ellamar or Wolfgang Puck’s Spago. You can also host your wedding ceremony in the Fountain Courtyard, or hold a corporate conference in the 45,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom.
Bus Tip: The Bellagio Hotel and Casino has bus parking onsite. Contact the hotel for details about where to go once you arrive.
Address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (888) 987-6667
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Good for: Field Trips, Tours, Weddings
Break away from the bustle of the Strip and head to Red Rock Canyon, an incredible outdoor destination for camping, hiking, and rock climbing. Load up a charter bus rental and take advantage of the large, panoramic windows during the 13-mile scenic drive through the canyon.
Getting married? Hold your ceremony at the Red Spring Picnic Area or Red Rock Overlook. You can also plan an organized ranger-led field trip or group tour. Groups larger than 15 people must apply for a Special Recreation Permit at least 180 days before your event. You can find more information under the “Fees and Passes” section on the Bureau of Land Management website.
Bus Tip: A 1-day pass for a charter bus to travel the scenic drive costs $15 per vehicle and $5 per person, so be sure to factor these costs into your budget! Also, please note there is no cell phone service within Red Rock Canyon. If you plan to be dropped off and picked up, make sure to pre-arrange exact times and locations with your bus driver.
Address: 1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161
Phone: (702) 515-5350
Fremont Street Experience
Good for: Tours, Social Celebrations
The Fremont Street Experience is a five-block entertainment hub in the historic downtown of Las Vegas. The centerpiece of the district is the Viva Vision screen, the world’s largest video screen which features free light shows every night of the week. This is a great spot to stop the bus and let the group wander free from an itinerary.
For those looking to press their luck, they can spin slots at Binion’s Gambling Hall and Four Queens, or enjoy the iconic SlotZilla, a 14-story slot-machine-themed zip line! For folks looking to spend their winnings and keep their feet on the ground, Fremont Street is home to museums, breweries, shops and free live music to enjoy. To round everyone up at the end of the visit, plan a group dinner at Redwood Steakhouse or Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery.
Bus Tip: Coordinate with your driver to be picked up and dropped off curbside at Fremont Street. The Fremont Street Experience doesn’t publicize any reserved parking spots for charter buses, so call ahead to ask the venue if they can suggest a lot nearby.
Address: Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 678-5600
The Neon Museum
Good for: Field Trips, Weddings, Social Celebrations
Visit The Neon Museum to see a bright slice of Las Vegas history. First you can admire the Visitor’s Center located in the historic La Concha Motel lobby, distinguished by its unique shell-shaped arches. Then, the museum collection itself includes more than 200 neon signs in the outdoor North Gallery and Neon Boneyard, several of which are restored to their former glory.
The Neon Museum can accommodate up to 20 people per tour, so if your group is larger than that, tour times will need to be staggered. Groups larger than 60 will need to visit over at least two separate days. You can also rent space in the North Gallery or outdoor events area to host a wedding, meeting, or social gathering.
Bus Tip: Parking is free at The Museum parking lot off of McWilliams Avenue; however, we recommend calling ahead to ask about availability for your bus rental.
Address: 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 387-6366
Good for: Field Trips, Tours, Weddings, Corporate Conferences, Social Celebrations
The historic Hoover Dam is located on the Nevada-Arizona border less than an hour away from Las Vegas, and is a great destination for a unique day trip. The Hoover Dam is famous for holding back the Colorado River and forming Lake Mead, and it draws nearly 1 million visitors every year. Many folks simply take in the view as they drive across, but you can plan a trip to stop and really soak it in, or even embark on a guided tour.
The Visitor Center includes an exhibit gallery with artwork and educational displays, and the Penstock Viewing Platform shows off the massive water pipes belonging to this marvel in engineering. School and youth group tours benefit from discounted admissions, as well as a private Powerplant Tour of the dam. There are also several spaces for corporate conferences and wedding receptions, if you’re looking for something less glitzy than a Vegas resort for your event.
Bus Tip: Only buses without luggage are allowed to enter the dam site, and all buses are subject to inspection by officers. Carry-ons such as small backpacks are ok to bring. Please coordinate with your driver and passengers to make sure inspection goes off without a hitch!
Arrange to be picked up and dropped off at the designated parking lots. Oversized vehicles must use the lots on the Arizona side of the dam for parking.
Address: Hoover Dam does not have a street address. GPS navigators can use the coordinates N 36.016222, W -114.737245 to locate the site. Alternatively, you can the Bureau of Reclamation’s follow detailed driving directions to Hoover Dam.
Phone (Tours & Reservations): 702-494-2517
Phone (Special Events Office): 702-494-2521
Rent a Charter Bus to Las Vegas with Shofur
A group trip in the magical city of Las Vegas can be anything you imagine. From gambling and shopping on The Strip to rocky desert views at Red Rock Canyon, you can create the perfect itinerary for seeing the most exciting and unique parts of Sin City. With a charter bus for transportation, the perfect wedding, corporate event or city tour will be a breeze. Ready to get started planning your Las Vegas trip? Call us at 1-800-436-8719 to speak with a reservation specialist, and let’s get started!
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