Getting Around: The South Point Shuttle

The South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa is located far enough from the action of the Strip that if you are staying there or want to visit it for good video poker games and a meal and Steak ‘n Shake you will either want to have a car or familiarize yourself with their shuttle schedule. You could also take an RTC bus, but that requires taking multiple buses before getting to the Strip.

The South Point shuttle is run by Ritz Transportation and is not free. It is $8 for a one day pass. You buy your pass from the driver.

It runs every hour from 10am until 1:40am with stops at South Point at 5 after the hour, TI on the hour, Aria at 20 minutes after the hour and Excalibur at 40 minutes after the hour.
The South Point stop is at the far edge of the main valet.
The TI stop is on Siren’s Cove Blvd, just west of the valet.
The Aria stop is at the Tour Bus Lobby, located near the poker room and The Roasted Bean coffee stand.

Visit the South Point’s Strip Shuttle page for more details.

For information on other Strip Shuttles visit my Getting Around Las Vegas: Free Shuttles to and from the Strip entry.

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