There is no longer a shuttle from SouthPoint to/from the Strip. They do still run an airport 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 take an RTC bus, but that requires taking multiple buses before actually getting to the Strip. Lyft, Uber and taxis are also an option, but that is going to get expensive quickly.
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.
The Hard Rock Hotel has a $22 per night Resort Fee. Once tax is applied it is $24.64 per night. I think most us of are getting accustomed to resort fees, but what they cover varies from hotel to hotel. To help you out, the Hard Rock Hotel gives you a card when you check in that lists what their resort fee covers as well as details about the fitness center and shuttle locations.
The Hard Rock Hotel resort fee includes:
- In room internet access (Wi-Fi)
- Fitness Center access
- Shuttle Service to and from the Strip (Fashion Show Mall)
- Unlimited local, toll free and domestic long distance phone calls
- Notary Service at the Concierge
- Boarding Pass printing Continue reading Hard Rock Resort Fee
(updated April 2016)
The free Coast Casinos shuttle that runs a shuttle between the Gold Coast (South entrance), the Orleans (South entrance) and the Strip has changed its Strip location to the High Roller valet.
For information on other free shuttles, visit my free shuttles post.
(updated November 15, 2017)
The two cheapest ways to get around Las Vegas are to walk and to catch the various free shuttles. Here is a list of free shuttles.
The Rio (updated November 15, 2017):
The Rio shuttle is no longer running.
The Palms :
The Palms offers a free shuttle that runs every 30 minutes from 11am – 8pm from the Palms main valet to the Caesars Forum Shops and then back to the Palms. The Palms shuttle is available to all. Continue reading Getting Around Las Vegas: Free Shuttles to and from the Strip