We understand as tourist, you got to have a map of any place you visit. Otherwise, you’ll be lost and confused trying to find where everything is at.
In this post we’ll show you our beautifully crafted Las Vegas strip map to help get you to where you want to be, or just to see an overview of the 4 mile stretch of the Las Vegas strip.
With over 42 million visitors a year coming to the Las Vegas strip, it makes this small stretch of road the most visited among the world. This long stretch starts from Mandalay Bay and ends down near the Stratosphere, where you can find the old Las Vegas a few miles down.
Below here, you’ll see our custom made, color coded Las Vegas Strip map to help guide you through the Las Vegas Strip, or help guide your future visit here.
Las Vegas Strip Map for 2017
Las Vegas Strip Map By Google Maps
Las Vegas Strip Map By TripAdvisor
Las Vegas Strip Changes (Then and Now)
Boardwalk Hotel and Casino: Demolished May 9, 2006 to make way for CityCenter.
Imperial Palace: Demolished in 2014, to become the Linq (Quad Resort)
Desert Inn: Demolished in 2004, now Wynn Las Vegas.
The Dunes: Demolished in 1993, now Bellagio.
El Rancho: Demolished in 2000, will be the site of Fontainebleau which is currently under construction.
Hacienda: Demolished in 1996, now Mandalay Bay
Marina Hotel and Casino: made room for the MGM Grand.
The New Frontier: Demolished November 13, 2007. Will be replaced by the new Las Vegas Plaza
Nob Hill Casino: Closed in 1990, now Casino Royale.
Castaways: demolished in 1987. now the site of The Mirage.
The Sands: Demolished in 1996, now The Venetian.
Stardust Resort & Casino: Demolished March 13, 2007. Will be replaced by Echelon Place
Tally Ho Hotel: Closed in 1966. Became the Aladdin, which in 2007 became Planet Hollywood.
Vegas World: Demolished in 1995 and rebuilt as the Stratosphere.