Whether you’re heading to the strip to win it big or you’re in town looking for hotels with free parking, this guide will help you find the best free parking spots around Sin City.
There are free parking spaces on most residential streets outside of the downtown area, but parking near the strip can be more challenging.
To find free parking spots in Vegas, here is what you need:
An understanding of where those spots exist. (Check out this free map!)
Some street smarts about Las Vegas parking to help make sure you don’t accidentally leave with a ticket.
Map of Free Parking in Las Vegas
Type any address and use the time filters on the map below to find a free parking spot anywhere in Las Vegas. You always know where free parking exists no matter what time it is. The map updates in real-time to changing parking restrictions throughout the day.
Free Parking on the Las Vegas Strip:
In prior years, many resorts and hotels allowed free parking for patrons but times have changed. Luckily, there are still a few places where you can find free spots. Here are hotels in Vegas with free parking:
Circus Circus: It’s free to self park, but expect to pay $10 for up to four hours of valet.
The Cosmopolitan: Self and valet parking is free until May 16. After that date, you only get one hour of free parking.
Stratosphere: Offers both free and valet parking.
SLS: All parking here is free! It’s also conveniently close to the Monorail for an easy ride down the strip.
Trump International Hotel: You’re only allowed to park valet here, but it’s always complimentary.
Treasure Island: Parking here is always free.
The Venetian and the Palazzo: There are no charges to park at these giant hotels.
Wynn Las Vegas: You’ll be charged for valet, but self-parking is always free.
Shops near the strip with free parking:
The easiest way to find free parking near these shops is to use the free parking map. You’ll see, block by block, exactly where parking is available.