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LAS Long Term Parking

Find the cheapest rates for Las Vegas Airport parking right here!

Park at Hotel

Safely park your car at the hotel for your entire trip - at no extra cost.

Sleep Soundly

Stay at the hotel the night before or after your trip.

Shuttle to Airport

A shuttle will take you to the airport and pick you back up when you return.

Free Cancellations
Free Cancellations

Most rooms offer free cancellations! We also offer discounted non-refundable prices.

Thousands of Options
Thousands of Options

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Tried & Trusted
Tried & Trusted

We’ve been in the business for 16 years, with over 2 million reservations booked on our site.

Lower Prices

Reserving with our parking lots can save you up to 70% compared to on-location parking.

Easy Transportation

Most lots are close to the airport. Shuttles run frequently to take you to the airport & back.

Parking Security

You will have a guaranteed spot with your reservation. Your car will be parked safely for your entire trip.

Travel Smarter

You can choose how you want to travel, from budget to premium options.

Travel Safe

Drivers are trained & certified to get you to where you want safely.

Travel Stress Free

Get picked up on time and dropped off on time at your destination.

Park At Hotel

Safely park your car at the hotel for your entire trip - at no extra cost.

Sleep Soundly

Stay at the hotel the night before or after your trip.

Shuttle to Cruise Port

A shuttle will take you to the cruise port and pick you back up when you return.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

Our special promotions save you money when you stay 7 days or more!
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Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

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Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

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LAS Airport Parking Summary
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Top Hotels Near LAS with Long Term Parking Packages

Best Western McCarran Inn
0.5 miles from LAS
Airport Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Guide

Reserve a long-term parking spot today and avoid Las Vegas Airport parking hassles on your departure date. If you plan on parking your vehicle long-term at McCarran International Airport (LAS), take a look at for the best available rates. As spots can sometimes fill up quickly, you can guarantee a space in advance quickly and easily. And if you no longer need that reserved spot, cancellations are always free. Save a lot of money and avoid those exorbitant on-airport parking lot rates by reserving a Las Vegas Airport parking spot today.

If you have a really early flight or are driving some distance to the Las Vegas Airport, there is a convenient Park Sleep Fly package deal that just may be right for you. You can stay right there with an airport hotel stay, with LAS Airport parking and shuttle transportation part of the package.

Some Rather Surprising Positive Feedback About Check-ins and TSA Processes

Many past passengers have commented and complimented the airport for the speed and efficiency at points checking in and at TSA security points, which is rather rare these days. Within the airport, passengers really love that there are charging stations for their electronics all around the airport now.

In keeping with the Las Vegas theme, there are slot machines located throughout the airport, some of which are in locations that allow smoking. Fliers appreciate the decent number of bars and restaurants that range from convenient (coffee shops, fast food) to fine dining. Feedback on the quality of food is that it's generally good; not great, but expectations aren't as high here as it is an airport, after all.

For travelers with some time on their hands, they can enjoy checking out the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum, the most visited museum complex in Nevada. The main exhibit is located on Level 2 above baggage claim at Terminal 1, with other exhibits located in ticketing, in the gate areas, and in the C Gates along the moving walkway.

Perhaps Surprisingly, There are Not a Great Number of Airport Complaints at LAS

What with the scope and size of mega-airports (of which McCarran is one), the list of complaints is usually long and widely spread out (security, amenities, services, customer service, etc.), but not so much in Las Vegas. Some have complained about the terminal being too dirty or 'dingy' in certain areas, too hot, with not enough water fountains. One legitimate thing that some travelers don't like is how spread out the whole airport complex is. Getting dropped off or being picked up in the wrong terminal area, for example, will take some doing to get to your desired location. Moving walkways and escalators are plentiful throughout the airport, but it's still difficult to get longer distances with a bunch of bags to negotiate.

If You Have Any Money Left, Have Some Fun With It Here Before Departing

McCarran is a very modern airport with a good number of restaurants and bars to dine and drink at, souvenir shops and other stores that sell Las Vegas-themed merchandise, and perhaps what really makes this airport stand out among most others, the 1,300 slot machines located all throughout the airport. Many airports are older, dull and drab (very utilitarian), with nothing to do for travelers waiting for their flight. Certainly, that's no problem here.

McCarran in a Miscellaneous Way...

McCarran International Airport, for the third consecutive year, ranked #3 in customer experience among 19 "mega-size" airports (32.5+ million passengers per year) in North America. The survey, based on responses from 34,695 North American travelers through at least one international or domestic airport that had both departure and arrival experiences, measured the quality of terminal facilities, food and retail concessions, accessibility, check-in, security checks, and baggage claim.