Tourist-Friendly Fa­cade

Where Las Vegas - - THE GUIDE -

South Strip mar­vel Monte Carlo has seen big changes lately, dramatic to the re­sort’s fa­cade—they’ve brought the prop­erty out to the Strip and cre­ated a pedes­trian-friendly gath­er­ing place. An al­ter­na­tive to Starbucks, Sam­bal­atte gives visi­tors a taste of its top-notch cre­ations; those want­ing to scream for ice cream can do so at BLVD Cream­ery. Chicago sen­sa­tion Yusho is ready when you’re crav­ing Ja­panese and noo­dles; the spir­ited South­ern Dou­ble Bar­rel Road­house is a re­laxed spot for drink­ing and din­ing. (702) 730-7777 gate Las Ve­gas, 702.732.5111; SLS/Sa­hara Ave. and Par­adise Rd.

Avail­able be­tween TI and the Mi­rage and Ex­cal­ibur, Luxor and Man­dalay Bay, and also Bel­la­gio, Crys­tals at Ci­tyCen­ter and Monte Carlo. 24 hours.

24hour tran­sit ser­vice with hand­i­capped ser­vices and a park-and-ride op­tion to the air­port. The Deuce hits most of the casi­nos on Las Ve­gas Boule­vard. South Strip Trans­fer Cen­ter: 6675 S. Gile­spie St.; Down­town Trans­porta­tion Cen­ter, 300 N. Casino Cen­ter Drive. www.rtc­south­ern­nevada.com. 702.228.7433.

Sam­ple rates: Air­port to down­town: $25. Air­port to mid-Strip: $18-$20. Air­port to con­ven­tion cen­ter: $17. www.taxi.state. nv.us. 1785 E. Sa­hara Ave., 702.486.6532; Checker/ Star/ Yel­low Cab, 702.873.2000.

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