Directions to Bridger Inn HotelAddress: 301 S. Main St., Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Average rating: 70%
Rooms from: US$ 76.00
Directions to Bridger Inn Hotel
301 S. Main St. Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 From McCarran International Airport The public bus (RTC Transit) leaves from the baggage claim area of Terminal #1. Look for the sign above the exit door that says Public Transportation. From there, take bus #108 towards downtown. Get off the bus at Bridger St. and 4th St. and walk West 3 blocks on Bridger to Main St. We are on the corner. http://www.rtcsouthernnevada.com Cost is $2.00. Have the correct change as the bus driver does not carry change. It's only a 3-4 minute walk from the bus kiosk. A variety of shuttle/limousine services are available at McCarran, and are located on the west side of baggage claim. The Bell Shuttle leaves from exit 9 and the cost is $8.00. They make stops along the route but will bring you directly to our front door. Please note that there are both group shuttle and 'for-hire' stretch limousine services. When you are ready to leave, our front desk clerk is able to arrange for Bell Shuttle to pick you up at The Bridger Inn for a ride back to the airport 24/7. Taxicabs are available on the east side of baggage claim, outside door exits 1-4. Airport personnel are available on the taxi curb to assist passengers. Amtrak Train The closest that Amtrak gets to Las Vegas is Los Angeles. If you take Amtrak to LA the train stops at Union Station. From there you have a few choices: 1. Greyhound Bus: To get to the Bus station you will need to take a taxi or if you book the bus through the US' rail agency Amtrak (www.amtrak.com) the bus leaves directly from Union Station. This is the Greyhound “Convenience” bus and schedules need to be checked. The ride is 5 ½ hours. When you arrive in Las Vegas, The Bridger Inn is across the street and ½ block away from the bus station. 2. Lux Bus America: Another Bus option is The LuxBus that serves the Los Angeles area and Las Vegas. Upon arrival you will only be 3 ½ blocks away from The Bridger Inn. 3. Flying from McCarran Airport is always a quick easy option . Public city bus (RTC Transit) 1) The Duece The Deuce is a city bus that travels from the Downtown - Fremont Street area (1 block from The Bridger) to the south end of the Strip and back again 24/7 for $7.00/day or $15.00 for a three day pass. There are stops along the way near most of the major casinos, and at the Town Square Mall and Las Vegas Discount Mall. 2) The Ace The ACE is another city bus that services 'the Strip' 24/7 for $7.00/day. The Ace has fewer stops making the 'Strip' run somewhat faster but limits the stops available for riders. 3) Taxis There are lots of Taxi Companies in Las Vegas. In the city, it is illegal for a taxi to stop curbside to pick up a passenger. So if arrangements are not made for a taxi pickup it could take a while for a taxi driver to pull over and give you a ride. The front desk can make arrangements for guest pickup.