Having the right transportation is key to enjoying your time in Sin City to the fullest. Las Vegas Charter Bus Company is here to keep the transportation simple, smooth, and the least of your worries during your trip. We have transportation solutions and access to a modern fleet of charter bus rentals for group vacations, business conferences, bachelor or bachelorette parties, and sporting events. Wherever your Las Vegas travels take you, you’ll have a comfortable charter bus and professional driver every step of the way.
Charter buses in the Las Vegas Charter Bus Company network can seat up to 56 passengers and are spacious vehicles for large groups. These buses can come equipped with amenities like WiFi, power outlets, USB plugs, TVs, and reclining seats. Each charter bus rental also includes luggage bays, overhead storage, and onboard restrooms.
Minibuses are best for small- or medium-sized groups and include multiple models that seat anywhere from 18- to 25-passengers. A minibus rental is great for a night out on the town or a private party in Las Vegas. Your minibus rental can include all the same amenities as a full-size charter bus rental, except onboard restrooms.
Piling your team into vans can be a tight fit if you're also traveling with equipment. Instead, rent a charter bus for your team’s next away game! Book a spacious charter bus from Las Vegas to your destination so your players can relax on the road. Las Vegas Charter Bus Company has transportation options for sports fans too: travel in a sleek charter bus to Allegiant Stadium for a Raiders game with your fan club in tow.Learn More
Whether you’re having a big glitzy wedding at one of Vegas’ many glamorous venues or an intimate destination wedding in Sin City, Las Vegas Charter Bus Company has the transportation you need. Even if you need a minibus rental for your bachelor or bachelorette party, you’ll have a built-in DD for your entire trip.Learn More
As one of the busiest conference destinations in the country, Las Vegas event planners can simplify big business events with a private shuttle service. We’ve worked with businesses of all sizes to provide conference, convention, off-site meeting, and daily office transportation across the region. We also have solutions for company happy hours, holiday parties, and social events to keep your team outing running smoothly.Learn More
Transport your entire school class, scout troop, or youth group to a fun day of learning in Vegas with a safe charter bus rental. At Las Vegas Charter Bus Company, we'll always put your safety above all else. Kids and chaperones will be in good hands on the road to educational spots like SeaQuest Las Vegas and the Discovery Children’s Museum.Learn More
Las Vegas is one of the most visited cities in the country, meaning that it’s packed with things to see and do. Picking what to add to your itinerary can easily get overwhelming in such a busy city, so you’ll want to get together with your group to choose your must-see locations. And rather than rushing to catch a hop-on hop-off tour bus, book a private ride to shuttle around Sin City instead. Las Vegas Charter Bus Company works with your group's unique schedule, so you can spend as much time at each destination as you like. After exploring your destination of choice stretch out or nap in reclining seats, stream music with onboard WiFi, watch a movie on your bus’s TVs, and cruise back to your lodging arrangement.
The famed “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” has become a major landmark and one of the city’s most photographed locations since it was erected in1959. The iconic neon sign is technically located in Paradise (not Las Vegas) at the southernmost end of the Las Vegas Strip. There’s a private parking lot to pull over and take photos in front of the sign. Oversize parking spots for limos and charter buses are located at the northern end of the lot.
Lined with towering casinos and kitschy landmarks, this 4-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is one of the most famous strips of road in the world. There are a couple of ways to explore The Strip, including walking or shuttling along in your charter bus rental. A few of the most photo-worthy spots along The Strip include the Bellagio Fountain, the Luxor Pyramid and Sphinx, and the man-made canals at The Venetian.
Stratosphere Tower is a part of the STRAT Hotel and Casino located at the northern end of The Strip. The 1,149-foot tall observation tower houses The SkyPod and offers sweeping views of Las Vegas from the 108th and 109th levels. The two-story deck has a restaurant and cocktail lounge for your group to enjoy the dazzling nighttime views with tasty bites in hand. Group packages can be booked in advance by contacting email@example.com. Be sure to ask about parking for your charter bus rental during your visit.
The Fremont Street Experience is located on—you guessed it—Fremont Street! This Downtown Las Vegas attraction is an outdoor pedestrian mall filled with casinos, restaurants, and live music venues. You’ll usually find street performers and local bands, making the area an interesting place to people watch. Pop into the historic Golden Nugget Casino, enjoy a light show on the massive LED displays, or go ziplining 7 to 11 stories over the mall. (Image credit)
If you have an artsy bunch, the Las Vegas Arts District is a great place to check out and get a breather from the crowds of The Strip. Stop by The Arts Factory to check out work from local artists, grab coffee at Makers & Finders, get a refreshing beer at craft breweries, browse through quirky antique shops, and enjoy tasty Italian fare at Esther's Kitchen. (Image credit)
Las Vegas is known for many things, including its bright lights and neon signs. The Neon Museum is a unique space dedicated to the city’s bright history. The museum’s collection includes vintage pieces of signs from casinos like the Golden Nugget, Caesars Palace, and Binion’s. You’ll also see neon signage from many iconic establishments that have shuttered their doors over the years like the Moulin Rouge Hotel, Silver Slipper, and Stardust. It's highly recommended you book a guided evening tour of the bright museum to truly appreciate the collection. (Image credit)
Towering at 520-feet tall, this iconic Ferris wheel stood as the tallest structure of its kind from 2014 to 2016. Today, the High Roller at The LINQ Hotel is the second tallest Ferris wheel in the world (after the Ain Dubai observation wheel) and offers a wonderful view of Vegas at night. The observation wheel offers daily tickets for a 30-minute ride. Happy hour tickets with an open bar and bartender are available for 21+ groups. Each cabin can accommodate up to 25 guests and groups for 20 or more qualify for ticket discounts.
This nearly 200,000-acre conservation area is located just outside of Las Vegas in the Mojave Desert. Red Rock Canyon features its namesake red sandstone peaks, beautiful rock formations like Keystone Thrust, a 13-mile scenic drive, rock climbing areas, and a visitor center with exhibits about native wildlife. It’s a must-see location for groups of nature lovers and a wonderful educational spot for school field trips.
The Bellagio is one of Las Vegas’s most famous hotels and its conservatory is among the city's best seasonal attractions. Although the conservatory and garden are open yearround, the creative decor changes with the seasons and themed special exhibits. The gardens are especially gorgeous during holidays like Christmas and Chinese New Year. Visiting the conservatory and gardens is free for all visitors.
If you’re looking for a taste of Europe without leaving The States, Vegas has you covered. Pretend you’re in Paris for an evening at the Paris Las Vegas Hotels Eiffel Tower Deck. The Vegas Eiffel Tower Deck is only half the size as the original famous tower, but it still offers beautiful evening views of the city. Take the elevator up 46 stories to the observation deck to enjoy sweeping views of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is more than just The Strip. Of course, you need to visit The Strip if it's your first time visiting Las Vegas. But once you see The Strip, where else should you go? Check out other areas around Vegas like Downtown, the trendy Arts District, or smaller towns like Henderson located just outside the city. Whatever neighborhoods you plan to explore, Las Vegas Charter Bus Company will make sure you enjoy your ride around town!
This famous heart of Las Vegas is home to around 45 casinos, dozens of attractions, upscale restaurants, and a long list of performances to check out. You can easily spend an entire trip just exploring The Strip. Grab tickets for a Cirque du Soleil show, test your luck at The Bellagio Casino, or have a decadent meal at Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen.
Downtown Las Vegas is a quick charter bus shuttle ride just north of The Strip. In this neighborhood, you’ll find the Fremont Street Experience, the Neon Museum, the Mob Museum, and a variety of premium outlet shops. You'll also find additional family-friendly attractions like the Discovery Children's Museum if you’re traveling with kids.
The Las Vegas Arts District is located within the Downtown area and houses local art galleries, warehouse performance spaces, and hip restaurants. The Arts District, sometimes referred to as 18b, is named for the area covering 18 blocks of space. Snap photos in front of the area’s bright street at murals, appreciate local pieces at the Arts Factory, and enjoy authentic Mexican fare at Dona Maria Tamales Restaurant.
This quiet suburb is located right outside of Las Vegas and is a beautiful stop after visiting nearby Red Rock Canyon. Compared to central Vegas, Summerlin has gained a family-friendly reputation and is a great place for nature lovers. With its 250 parks, over 150 miles of trails, and beautiful outdoor sports centers—Summerlin is a wonderful location to get away from the hustle of Las Vegas.
Henderson is a city just south of Las Vegas and borders Lake Mead, home to the Hoover Dam and Colorado River. Visiting the Hoover Dam is educational for visitors of all ages and is a unique attraction outside of the city. Henderson is also home to the Clark County Museum, where you can learn about the regions’ history and Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, a 48,000-acre nature preserve with archaic Native petroglyphs.
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