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Book Cheap Car Rentals at Las Vegas Airport

What happens in Vegas … is hard to predict, so plan for anything goes when you land in Sin City. Do the least predictable thing and grab your own set of wheels to cruise the city in style and be the master of your own destiny. To find your perfect car rental, Las Vegas airport is the place to start. Then set your sights on adventure and gun it toward the unknowable future.

There are endless ways to explore the less obvious side of Vegas, and when you look past the bright lights and shiny veneer, an unexpected world awaits. Getting there may require wheels, so your Las Vegas rental car is your new key to the city. Off you go …

Go All In on Vegas Activities

Hit the Ve-gas: It’s an open secret that Vegas is not just a gambler’s paradise—it’s also an outdoor lover’s dream. If you listen past clinking chips and chirping slots, you’ll hear the desert calling, and you’d be a fool not to listen. Shake off last night’s bad decisions, hop in your rental car, and head for the hills (or mountains, more accurately). Start at Mount Charleston west of the city for your choice of hiking trails with juicy payoffs like waterfalls and breathtaking views. Other can’t-lose options include the Gold Strike Canyon hike, where hot springs are a warm and waiting reward after a four-hour hike, or the refreshing waters of Lake Mead and the Colorado River, prime spots for kayaking and SUPing.

Double Down(town): If the Strip is the shiny 2.0 Vegas, Downtown is its OG heart. It may be old, but DTLV is DTF (down to FUN) with all the energy of a PYT. One stroll down the Fremont Street Experience, and you’ll see something new in old Vegas under an audio-visual canopy of lights. Downtown continues to play a winning hand in 18b (aka the Arts District). Come on First Fridays for art, music, and other live performances showcasing the inventive artistic side of the city. Vegas’ quirky history comes into modern focus at places like the Mob Museum, the Neon Museum, and the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, while Cannabition is a whole new strain of contemporary museum.

Lost Vegas: Many of its best assets can get overshadowed by the bright lights of the casinos, but Vegas has more than a hidden ace or two up its sleeve. For instance, the amazing immersive art installation, Akhob, is inconspicuously located in a Louis Vuitton store and is so exclusive you need a reservation to get in. For more out-there art, drive your rental car 20 minutes outside of town to see Ugo Rondinone's Seven Magic Mountains, neon rock installations that pop and glow against a desert backdrop. For off-the-beaten-path shopping, Vegas has many hidden gems. Literally, in the case of Jewelry and Mineral Las Vegas, the best place to score a unique stone. If vintage treasure hunting is your thing, you’ll hit the jackpot at places like Patina Décor.

Stays in Vegas: Vegas is known for incredible hotels, with every imaginable theme and décor represented at some of the most famous places to stay. If you look past the big casinos, however, Las Vegas hotels may surprise you with boutique offerings, more relaxed bars, and less flashy vibes. Vdara Hotel & Spa offers a sleek atmosphere that includes several amazing restaurants, gorgeous poolside cabanas, and even a dog park—all casino-free. The Artisan is another hotel that adds its own spin on Vegas over-the-topness. It’s an adults-only, gothic arts boutique hotel with velvety, bookish vibes perfect for escaping casino madness. For the best deals that will land you in a 4-star hotel for a 2-star price—the ultimate Vegas jackpot—book a Hotwire Hot Rate and live like a winner.

Frequently Asked Questions About Las Vegas

How to get last-minute hotel deals in Las Vegas?

Last-minute decisions are the best way to do Las Vegas, where betting on red as you pass the roulette table can win you a nice chunk of change in a flash. Another split-second decision that lines your wallet nicely is booking unreserved rooms with a Hotwire Hot Rate. You can end up with a 4-star hotel at 2-star hotel prices. Not to mention, booking last-minute hotels in Vegas can save you an average of 60% versus opting for an earlier listed rate. So if the mood strikes suddenly, Las Vegas hotels are ready and waiting for your arrival.

Which car rental companies are at the airport (McCarran Intl)?

Set yourself up for success and rent a car as soon as you land. While you’ll find many options in town for rental cars, Las Vegas airport is the most convenient place to pick one up. Choose from Hertz car rentals, Enterprise car rentals, Budget rental cars, and more. Where to rent a car in Las Vegas depends on where you’re going and when you end up needing one. If you find yourself in need of a car after you leave the airport, there are great options for car rentals in North Las Vegas and car rentals near Nellis AFB. How much does it cost to rent a car in Las Vegas? It depends on what you’re looking for, but to find a cheap car rental, Las Vegas airport has many to offer.

Where do you pick up rental cars at Las Vegas airport?

You’ll find Las Vegas airport rental cars in the McCarran Rent-A-car Center, which houses 11 rental car companies. To take the rental car shuttle from Terminals 1 and 3, follow signs to Ground Transportation. From Terminal 1 you’ll follow the signs to Level 1 and catch the shuttle outside doors 10 and 11. From baggage claim in Terminal 3, follow the signs to Level Zero and pick up the shuttle at West doors 51-54 and East doors 55-58. Many people wonder do you need a car when visiting Las Vegas, and the answer depends on your itinerary. If you want to experience more than the Strip and see the many amazing places around Vegas, renting a car is a smart choice.

Is it safe to travel to Las Vegas during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?

With recent COVID-19 closures and reopenings, you may be wondering is it safe to travel to Las Vegas right now. When you’re ready to book a last-minute trip to Vegas, check the most up-to-date information on safety measures, closures, and guidance on traveling during Coronavirus.