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Getting Around at The Quad Resort & Casino



DRIVING DIRECTIONS
From Las Vegas McCarran International Airport: exit onto Swenson Avenue northbound. Turn left onto Harmon Avenue. Turn right on Paradise Road, left on Flamingo Road, right on Koval Lane. Turn left following signs to Harrah’s. Pass the Harrah’s parking garage and turn right into The Quad’s entrance.

From Los Angeles and points south and west via I-15: take I-15 northbound to Spring Mountain Road eastbound. Turn right on Las Vegas Blvd. Turn left into Harrah’s entrance, turn right at the stop sign and turn right into The Quad’s entrance.

From Salt Lake City, Phoenix and points north and east via I-15: take I-15 southbound to Spring Mountain Road eastbound. Turn right on Las Vegas Blvd. Turn left into Harrah’s entrance, turn right at the stop sign and turn right into The Quad’s entrance.

RENTAL CAR
There is a Hertz Car Rental location at The Quad Resort & Casino.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Las Vegas city buses pick up guests on the Strip northbound right outside The Quad and southbound across the street next to Caesars Palace. The Quad also has a stop for the Las Vegas Monorail, offering quick access to points along the Strip including Harrah’s, Flamingo, Bally’s and the Convention Center. Taxis are also plentifully available at the main entrance.

Local Attractions Near The Quad Resort & Casino


HOOVER DAM
Called the eighth wonder of the world, the Hoover Dam is a manmade marvel of engineering, harnessing the mighty Colorado River to provide electricity and water for most of the Southwestern United States.

RED ROCK CANYON
One of the most stunning natural formations in the western US, Red Rock Canyon is the center of a national recreation area full of trails perfect for hiking, walking or biking.

VALLEY OF FIRE
Need more rugged excitement than Red Rock provides? Plan a day trip to Valley of Fire State Park.

GRAND CANYON
Las Vegas is an easy day trip to the Grand Canyon, and several companies offer helicopter tours direct from the Las Vegas Strip.

NEON MUSEUM AND BONEYARD
Decommissioned neon signage from Las Vegas’ storied past are preserved for safe keeping at the Neon Boneyard, with guided tours available, and restored pieces are brought to life along the streets of downtown Las Vegas in the open-air Neon Museum.

NATIONAL ATOMIC TESTING MUSEUM
Nevada’s history is intertwined with that of the nuclear bomb, and decades of nuclear tests in the desert are documented here for a new generation.

PINBALL HALL OF FAME
Fifty years’ worth of vintage pinball machines have been lovingly restored into playable condition at this unusual Las Vegas entertainment alternative.