McCarran International Airport is the main airport for Las Vegas and several shuttle bus companies operate at the airport and taxi's are also easily available. The airport is conveniently located about 5 miles from The Love Festival Las Vegas' location at Palms Casino Resort.
The Las Vegas Airport is ranked among the 12 busiest airports in the world based on the amount of passenger activity, serving over 40 air carriers. With over 1,100 flights arriving and departing daily, McCarran International Airport offers direct flights to more than 125 U.S. cities.
Driving to Las Vegas
The drive on Interstate 15 from Los Angeles to Las Vegas cuts through the ruggedly beautiful Mojave Desert and takes about 4 hours. Road trips can be exciting but be aware of traffic delays on holiday weekends like Memorial Day Weekend. Driving times can increase significantly.
From Los AngelesLos Angeles to Las Vegas is approximately 270 miles (430 km). Leaving Los Angeles, take I-15 North into Nevada. Once in Las Vegas, exit on East Flamingo Road and proceed to the location at 4321 W. Flamingo Rd.
You can plan on completing the drive in four to five hours, depending on stops. Construction delays can occur on this route (the state of California is in the process of expanding I-15), so be sure to check for holdups ahead of time.
From PhoenixPhoenix to Las Vegas is about 290 miles (300 km). Take U.S. 93 North out of Phoenix, and follow it right into Las Vegas.
From San FranciscoSan Francisco to Las Vegas is about 580 miles (930 km). Take I-80 East to Reno, and then follow U.S. 95 South to Las Vegas.
Take advantage of special room rates.
Memorial Day Weekend hotel rooms are going fast.