Economy Parking - Las Vegas McCarran Int'l Airport

Economy Parking - Las Vegas McCarran Int'l Airport

$10.00 / day
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Good
0.2 miles from LAS
5757 Wayne Newton Blvd , Las Vegas, NV, US

Overview

4.2

Economy Lot Parking at LAS

Economy Lot parking at Las Vegas McCarran Int'l Airport is a convenient option for travelers who are looking to avoid expensive parking rates at the airport. With this option, travelers can park their vehicles for as low as $10.00 per day.

Address
5757 Wayne Newton Blvd , Las Vegas, NV, US
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Amenities

  • Long Term
  • Valet Parking
  • Uncovered Parking
  • Car Wash
  • Groupon
  • Coupon
  • On Airport
  • Off Airport
  • Online Reservations
  • Luggage Assistance
  • 24-Hour Access
  • Indoor Parking
  • Short Term
  • Oil Change
  • Handicap

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Google Reviews

4.2
Good
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(Based on 37636 reviews)
Vishwa Seneviratne
1 2 3 4 5
A good airport that has a nice balance to it. As one of the busy airports in the airport, I would say their processes are efficient. However it can get crowded. I've visited las Vegas on one of the busiest periods of the year several times and I was able to get through security check in on time. It has 3 terminals. There is quite a good selection of shops and restaurants and it is often open till night.
天(1S)
1 2 3 4 5
It feels overwhelming, but the sheriff and people who work there were very kind about helping me with a connecting flight when I was lost!! I felt scared when I saw it was an hour away walking distance (from arrival to departures), but with the shuttle it’s very doable. Thank you to the staff!! And to the shuttle driver with the fun 90s RnB. Y’all are real cool. Vegas vibes!
Alexis F.
1 2 3 4 5
This is a fairly simple airport to navigate. They do have a train to get to some terminals. They have lots of shops, food, and slot machines. It's unique! Also, it's only about 3 miles from the strip
Mella
1 2 3 4 5
I love this airport! I always get excited arriving here, since this is just half the excitement before going to Vegas 🎉



The airport itself isn't too big or overwhelming and it's pretty easy to find your gate. People are helpful and there are fun shops. And of course gambling machines which just adds to the entertainment value 😂
Ayden Myers
1 2 3 4 5
Flew In and out of here 2 months ago, and this is a good airport for its popular destination.



The airport is made up of An A,B,C,D, and E Concourse. All concourses contain shops and gates for the airlines that fly out. The airport is very spacious and clean, for the high demand of passenger flying in. TSA is quite stressful, though, in the spirit and allegiant Concourse, the TSA looked like a prison.



Overall, though, I'd recommend this airport if you're looking to go in or out of vegas.
Birdie Manu
1 2 3 4 5
Everything was clean and well labeled. It was a bit confusing getting to baggage claim as there are different trains to take depending on the airline you flew in on. There are a lot of places to eat and shop if you have a layover. The elevators are a decent size as well which is nice when traveling with a stroller and lots of luggage.
Aaron Prohaska
1 2 3 4 5
3/6/2024



Diverted here due to a medical emergency in the middle of the night and though Sin City never sleeps, the airport does. At least I distracted myself long enough to lose $20 on a slot machine... I squeezed 3 spins out of it. All you can do is laugh. Could have been a cool story, unexpected stop wins $1.5 mil for one lucky castaway.
Stuber Velasquez
1 2 3 4 5
We flew into Vegas on Frontier airlines without any issues. It was very hot at 114 F.



The airport seems small but have a lot of amenities. They have free WiFi. I had no problems finding a place to work while waiting on my flight to leave.



Getting through TSA was relatively easy. It was crowded but we made it through in about 15/20 minutes.



They have plenty of restaurants options as well as shopping, and Casino gaming options within the airport. The airport is very clean.
Tam Christian
1 2 3 4 5
Flew into the airport via Southwest expecting delays with the construction on the runways. My itinerary warned it could be an issue, so we took an early morning flight departure and arrival roundtrip. No delays whatsoever. The charging stations were superfast for our devices. We were a little confused on where to go for Uber pickup, but we asked a worker and they pointed us to the signs-- it was in a different building same terminal. 24 hour airport.
Murali
1 2 3 4 5
Overall a great airport. There are lots of slot machines to play. Easy to navigate the airport by the frequent trams. There are lots of shops such as the California pizza kitchen, Starbucks etc... it seems like a busy airport.



Clean and well maintained place. Not busy during the night. There could be more sofas to lie down. There are lots of spaces to sit.
Michael St. Denis
1 2 3 4 5
This air port is very crowded and the Southwest terminals are a very, very long walk apart with no assistance like a moving walkway etc. Be aware of your gate, you may need to run. Lots of construction going on there as well. Lots of good food choices on the airport.
Harmeet Gulati
1 2 3 4 5
Massive airport. Very clean. The security was well managed - took only 5 mins to go through security even during rush hour. It has on curb check in option which was new to me. Additionally, there are slot machines next to the departure gates to have some fun while you wait for boarding. Overall great experience.
Michael Wheeler
1 2 3 4 5
I have traveled in and out of this airport for about 5 years. I mostly am familiar with T1, D concourse so as for other areas, refer to other reviews. That being said, as of the time of this writing, there are quite a few renovation projects going on. This means certain areas are crammed or causes some traffic jams going to and from gate areas. Arrive early in case your gate changes because it has happened to me here often, so be aware.



Restrooms are mostly clean and busy but the layout is odd and not so spaced out for those entering and exiting. Additionally, better lighting would be ideal for the men's area. Recently renovated, it seems so they have new fixtures and wall tiles.



Overall, there are plenty of things to see and do. The open area to the escalator down baggage claim is a welcomed site. If only more areas were just like this, but for now, wait a few months or years until the area looks bejeweled and stunning.
Casey Koon
1 2 3 4 5
The airport is a nice airport but is somewhat older. There was plenty of NEW casino games and gambling machines. They keep those nice. There is lots of stores, shops, bars, and restaurants. Plenty of good food options! 😋

They use an underground train to get you to and from gates, ground transportation, and baggage claim. 🧳 The airport is close to Las Vegas Boulevard, where many of the hotels and attractions are located.
Efren Mancilla
1 2 3 4 5
The Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas is practically in the courtyard of several hotels such as the Luxor, the Excalibur, MGM and close to the new allegiant Stadium. Access is somewhat confusing because there are quite a few terminals and parking spots. Already inside it is something big and relatively modern, since it has different shops, as well as food areas, or places that can make it more pleasant and less desperate when boarding.

What caught my attention and at the same time I was amused are the slot machines, as if giving you a quick idea where you have come to and subtly getting you to try your luck badly you get off the plane, or to give you the farewell
Ajike A
1 2 3 4 5
Nice layout with the whole airport connected via train. Getting to the level where the Lyft and ride share is was met with some annoyed staff yelling at folks who were trying to get to their drivers. Overall beautiful airport and well layed out
Peter Xaymountry
1 2 3 4 5
I been to this airport many times before but haven't been in like 3 years so it looked like they made some upgrades. My plane landed in Terminal 1 at the B gates. They have a couple of food places right when you exit the gate. The slots machines and other gaming machines are the the first thing you'll see. It was confusing at first to know what terminal you're in but after a while you'll get an idea. It didn't our luggage too long to come out at baggage claim.
Deboo Chatterjee
1 2 3 4 5
I recently had the pleasure of visiting the United States for the first time, and I couldn't have asked for a better introduction than my experience at the Las Vegas airport. From the moment I arrived, the staff made me feel welcome and at ease.



Upon check-in, I was greeted with warm smiles and friendly banter, which immediately put me at ease. The security process, often daunting in other airports, was a breeze thanks to the helpful and efficient staff who also managed to inject some humor into the process.



As an Australian traveler, I had some preconceived notions about the US customs process, fueled by online videos depicting long waits and stern officials. However, to my surprise, both my arrival and departure experiences were smooth sailing. The customs officials were not only professional but also approachable, making the process surprisingly pleasant.



Overall, my time at the Las Vegas airport exceeded my expectations in every way. The staff's friendliness and humor truly made my journey memorable, and I'm delighted to leave this glowing review as a token of my appreciation. If you're traveling to or through Las Vegas, rest assured that you're in good hands at this airport.
Robert Snyder
1 2 3 4 5
A large airport with lots of active construction.



Fairly decent corridors, however signage occasionally is less than clear, especially given the above.



Speakers in the gates are clear, making it easy to hear announcements, and plenty of seating for most flights.



If you’re looking for gambling while here, it looks like it’s only poker and slots, at least in Gates A-D.



If you’re looking for the centurion lounge, go through the security on Gate D! You’ll take a tram to gate D, then it’ll be on the second floor by D4. You’ll have to take the tram back to get to Gate C, approximately 15 minutes, and an added walk to Gate B of 5 minutes, and Gate A of 5 minutes.
Melissa Meredith
1 2 3 4 5
There are 2 terminals at the Harry Reid IA.  If you're lucky you're flying in or out of Terminal 3.  Terminal 1 is in desperate need of renovations.  I didn't mind the now retro decor but it was close to impossible to find a charging station.  I flew in Terminal 3 but had to go to Terminal 1 to wait for my friend who had a later flight.  My phone and tablet were nearly dead from the flight (no charging on this particular plane).  I finally found some seats with charging plugs and my power started going down instead of up!  Terminal 3 is more visually appealing and they have a variety of charging stations.  I also enjoyed the art.  See pic of metal art race car.  I'm particularly fond of metal art.  I was amused to find casino machines right in the airport.  Final note, there's a nice sitting area behind Aunt Annie's that seems to be a bit hidden away.  I was early for my return flight so I enjoyed my breakfast here and sat awhile before heading to a charging station.  You can see charging stations are very important to me and I consider myself low tech so I can imagine how important they are to others.  Overall it was a good experience but I preferred the Denver airport.
Ervin Eliud
1 2 3 4 5
The flights were punctual, and everyone contributed to a great experience. Navigating the airport was straightforward. I was able to eat there and conveniently walk from the airport to my hotel.
Mobile-Video Team
1 2 3 4 5
Big airport with large terminals, easy to recognize as Las Vegas... but lounge smoking places leave a bad smoke smell as you walk by. I guess you have to be a smoker to play...

Otherwise, well lit, and fairly clean, quiet compared to other noisy airports, very busy, with thousands roaming around or waiting on benches.
Shawn iwamasa
1 2 3 4 5
Remodeling happening but still easy to navigate. If your first time to Vegas, get on tram to get to baggage claim, then downstairs. Nothing like seeing slot machines as soon as you deplane. Cross street to get on car rental shuttle. Off site building.
Erika The Boss
1 2 3 4 5
This airport right here made my nerves bad traveling with a 2 year old. It is not kid friendly he kept trying to play on the slot machines. I wish this place had a kid area for long layovers.Good restaurants. Bathroom 6/10 of cleanliness. Staff for Southwest was very helpful and pleasant.
Nehal Ahmed
1 2 3 4 5
Nice clean airport. TSA line moves fast, friendly staff. A lot of sections are going thru renovation. Need tot take tram to collect luggage or to get to Gate D’s during departure. There are some lounges, restaurants available. Lots shopping stores too. Gates are clearly numbers.



Being in Las Vegas, uniquely there are lots of slot machines all around the terminal. There’s also couple of pretty nice signs of iconic Welcome to Vegas.
Nancy Welk
1 2 3 4 5
This airport was very conveniently located and not too big. Although it's busy, definitely arrive early, it's well organized.

The sniffing dog was a first for me. A little unnerving.

Casinos everywhere, but that's the culture there.

Flights were on time, restrooms could've been newer and cleaner.
Juliet Martin
1 2 3 4 5
Huge busy airport with really efficient signage. Clean and bright. Color coded rail lines run between terminals to reduce long walks. The premier lounge was difficult to find. The shops were overpriced as expected and there was even a tiny spa and a little casino.
Cheyanne Gentry
1 2 3 4 5
Flew in here on a Friday night to celebrate my birthday with family. I was starving when I arrived and found a Moe's Mexican restaurant! Their nachos are to die for, & l would bathe in their queso if I could! The chips were not too salty with lots of crunch! The portion was large and delicious! Staff was very friendly, and the line was quick to get through. There were only three tables to sit at but I was lucky enough to get there just as someone was leaving. Yummy, and filling!
Seeing the world In a different way
1 2 3 4 5
Located close to the Vegas strip is Harry Reid International airport. Checking, security screening and boarding facilities are just like other airports, so make sure you arrive early. This airport has the Vegas feel with slot machines and decor the reflects what Vegas is all about.
Raf K
1 2 3 4 5
Quite decent airport, quite spacious and despite high volumes of passengers it’s doesn’t give claustrophobic feeling like at other airports. Checkin and security screening is quite efficient especially if you are lucky and get the chance to go through brand new security screening at basement level. It took no time at all. Depending which airline you travel you may have to take a short train ride to correct terminal and gates. Trains comes often which is appreciated. Once you reach your gates area there are usual shops and cafes and of course since we are in Vegas slot machines everywhere l. I found it funny and amazing, but there are plenty of people using them, guess gambling is really addictive. Prices in cafes and shops are Vegas level, so be prepared to pay overpriced drinks and food. Gates and boarding area are quite small and perhaps not enough to handle passengers as at other airports.
Rick Garrison (RickyRico)
1 2 3 4 5
Harry Reid International Airport is the airport of Las Vegas, it has been recently renamed after the Nevada Senator.

Terminal 3 was where I flew into and out of Las Vegas, I am pleased to say my dislike of USA airport doesn’t apply to this airport, it’s treats it’s visitors much much better.

The airport is modern in its features it has many shops and eateries of different varieties, it acknowledges mums with babies which is a nice touch, passport control both flying or flying out is not a time consuming process like some other airport I care to mention, this airport gets a 4 star rating from me.
Sayak Das
1 2 3 4 5
I had the pleasure of visiting Harry Reid International Airport in August this year, and I must say, it was an unforgettable experience! From start to finish, this airport left me thoroughly impressed.



🌟 Convenience:

Harry Reid International Airport is the epitome of convenience. It's strategically located, making it easily accessible from all directions. Whether you're arriving in Las Vegas for business or leisure, you'll appreciate the short commute to the city's world-renowned attractions.



🌟 Top-Notch Facilities:

The airport boasts top-notch facilities that cater to travelers of all types. Modern and spacious terminals are well-equipped with state-of-the-art amenities. From the moment I stepped off the plane, I was greeted by a clean and well-maintained environment.



🌟 Friendly Staff:

The staff at Harry Reid International Airport are a testament to genuine hospitality. They are courteous, helpful, and go the extra mile to ensure your journey is as smooth as possible. From the check-in counters to security and immigration, I encountered nothing but professionalism.



🌟 Efficient Security:

Security is paramount at this airport, and it's evident in the streamlined and efficient security processes. I felt safe and well-protected throughout my time there, which is always a top priority for travelers.



🌟 Dining and Shopping:

Harry Reid International Airport offers a delightful variety of dining options and shopping outlets. Whether you're looking for a quick bite, a gourmet meal, or some last-minute souvenir shopping, you won't be disappointed.



🌟 Connectivity:

For the tech-savvy traveler, the airport provides reliable Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to stay connected with loved ones or catch up on work during your layover.



🌟 Cleanliness and Hygiene:

The airport maintains impeccable cleanliness and hygiene standards. I noticed the frequent sanitation measures in place, which provided added peace of mind during these uncertain times.



🌟 Transportation Options:

Getting to and from the airport is a breeze with various transportation options, including taxis, rental cars, and well-organized shuttle services.
Zach Day
1 2 3 4 5
Nice little airport and the best part in my opinion is the park & ride semi- long term parking. You just drive in after collecting your ticket, park your vehicle and then there is a shuttle bus that comes around every 15 minutes to take you to the airport terminal. The drivers are always very pleasant and helpful. Very cool addition to the airport.
Jun Yuan
1 2 3 4 5
A beautiful, busy, clean, and well organized airport in Las Vegas! There are a lot of shopping stores, duty free store, restaurants, and Starbucks, which makes your departure and arrival experience even more convenient. Was very impressed that there are many clean restrooms there! Not many airports have this kind of services. Great! There are 3 terminals connected with the Trams! Very easy access and navigate to where you need to be. The information desk staff was very friendly and knowledgeable! I have attached some pictures here and hope you will like them.
Debisree Ray
1 2 3 4 5
Big airport with a lot of connection. I visited a few times while visiting Las Vegas, and as a layover too. They have more than terminals and the inter terminal connection is through train. The trains have different lines and a bit confusing. I was about to lose my connecting flights in this process of changing the terminals. Otherwise, the airport is nice, with many eating options, and clean washrooms. You can gamble too, even in the airport here. They have many a lot machines in the airport. The airport is right beside the Las Vegas Blvd, aka strip, and surrounded by NV desert mountains. The view is incredible from the airport terminal.
Robert McLymore
1 2 3 4 5
Harry Reid International Airport was nice. There were a lot of places to eat in the airport. Which is always a good thing because after a 4hr flight from the coast. Those snacks on the flight will hold you over over for a little while.

Airport was clean, bathrooms were clean and functional for the most part. Vegas is hot, so I’d recommend bringing a hat, sunscreen, even a portable battery fan if you have one laying around.
Finding The Force
1 2 3 4 5
So on one of our last flights we had to change planes in Las Vegas, and boy am I glad we did not waste time. We had to walk to the other terminal which felt like it was on the other side of the airport. It was a pretty long stretch however there were plenty of stores and slot machines every step of the way. When we finally got to our gate luckily there were two choices for restaurants and the Mexican restaurant turned out to be pretty good. So glad they keep all the smoking in this one slot machine room, you could smell it from 50 feet away.
Cameron Gentry
1 2 3 4 5
Airport can be hit or miss. I have seen this place very busy at times with staff that doesn’t care about your time and have whipped through security without Issues. Decent food options and a little bit of hikes if you need to get in different terminals. Overall it’s decent!!
Anna M
1 2 3 4 5
As soon as I stepped off the plane and into the airport, there was no doubt I was in Las Vegas. The casino machines greeted every traveller stepping into the building.



This is definitely not a generic airport in terms of design but one full of character and a reflection of the Las Vegas identity: fun!



It is quite efficient as well, there is a blue line and a red tram line leading to the baggage carousels. The signages were easy to spot and follow. It’s a huge airport but not overwhelming.
Imelda LovesGod
1 2 3 4 5
Omg LOVE it here!!! As soon as you get off the plane you can gamble 😂 which is nice because not only do they have a selection on which machine but it is a nice gesture to get out of the plane and you can start your vacation. I really enjoyed all the scenery as you get off the plane the lights, the places you can eat! But some of the staff can be a bit rude when it's your first time visiting which is not needed. But I think all cities have good and bad customer service representatives.
Nicole Hancock
1 2 3 4 5
Massive airport that gets really busy, but it is very clean with a ton of food spots and stores to check out. The layout is easy to follow and there is a tram to get people to and from the D gates quickly. Security moves fast even with the amount of people. Slot machines are everywhere for that pleasant little reminder that you’re in Vegas. Very easy in and out when I arrived and then departed a few days later.
Richard H Harris MBE
1 2 3 4 5
Super slick arrivals and departures, very quick and easy in both directions. It's very busy and crowded though. Additionally, although airports are usually expensive, they seem to have double down on that. So buy everything you need before you get here. There's water stations to refill a water bottle, so worth bringing one. Overall, pretty good.
Luke L'sk
1 2 3 4 5
A fine international airport for the famous Las Vegas with their signature having slot machines around the place. The signs are clear on directing the passengers to places as needed.



Ensure you have checked which terminal you will be departing from since different airlines goes to different location and each of them are not walkable distance, you will end up taking a shuttle from one place to another if you are at the wrong terminal
Mr. Greg Placek
1 2 3 4 5
Great airport. Vegas itself, not so much. Easy to get around, several good eating options. Also, easy to get off plane and get a cab. They have tons of cabs lined up waiting for you to jump in. Smoking and Vaping room on the inside of security, if that matters to you.
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