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Parking at Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas

You’re jetting off from Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas (LAS) soon. You need parking. You’re in the right place. We’ll clearly lay out all the best official and partner parking options for different types of travelers and throw in some super-useful info on facilities and amenities too – because we’re nice like that!

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But you’re leaving all the buzz behind for a while, so let’s get right on to your airport parking.

LAS Airport
LAS Airport

Find the best deals at Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas

Built in 1942, LAS opened to commercial flights in 1948 and it operates with four runways and two passenger terminals. It was named McCarran International Airport between 1968 and 2021 (after US Senator Pat McCarran) and its current name is in honor of US Senator Harry Reid, a longstanding public servant who represented Nevada between 1987 and 2017.

LAS is a busy place. Through carriers like Alaska, Allegiant, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Air Canada, WestJet, British Airways, Norwegian Air and Korean Air, it connects Las Vegas to the rest of the US and the world at large.

Wherever you’re going, the last thing you need before your vacay or business trip is hassle finding parking. So we’ve done the hard work for you by researching your options to help find the best deals.

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As you’d expect, LAS attracts all kinds of travelers – from large family groups taking their annual vacay in Europe to business travelers heading to big cities to strike deals, to elderly travelers making their annual sojourn to see relatives.

The makeup of your group and your reason for travel will define the best parking option. But whether you’re hauling ski gear to Alaska or a surfboard to California, we’ve got you covered with the most convenient and reasonably-priced parking spaces.

What parking is there at Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas?

You won’t struggle to find suitable parking at LAS. There’s something to suit every type of traveler and vehicle. In fact, with over 17,000 airport parking spaces available onsite, your only problem might be narrowing down what’s right for you. But that’s what we’re here for, so relax.

Most lots and garages provide useful support services like complimentary tire inflation, jump starts, and electric vehicle charging points. And if you don’t mind hopping on a shuttle bus to reach the terminal, off-site options can be cheaper.

You can book official parking with LAS directly or find a deal through an experienced external provider. For instance, Looking4Parking offers reasonable daily rates on parking at Mardi Gras Hotel & Casino – Self Park- Uncovered and you can book quickly and save cash by pre-booking online.

Terminal 1 Parking (short-term, long-term, economy, valet and oversize)

This parking area at LAS is definitely well-appointed. With a 6,000-space parking garage supporting the expansive Terminal 1 (where you’ll find ticketing/check-in and gates A-C), it’s a popular choice.

T1 short-term parking is the best choice when you want to stay 3 hours or less, while T1 long-term is the right option if you’re staying longer – it’s right next to Terminal 1 on levels 1M and 3-6.

When you want the convenience of dropping off your car and forgetting about it, choose the Valet option, which is on level 2. Your ride will be handled carefully by experienced staff and held securely until it’s time for you to pick it up.

Then there’s T1 economy parking – perfect for thrifty travelers. You’ll find it just off Paradise Road, at 576 Kitty Hawk Way and there’s a free shuttle service that operates 24/7.

Meanwhile, T1 remote/oversized parking is across the road from the airport’s Rent-a-Car Centre, on Gillespie Road. If you’re vehicle is more than 13.5ft high or more than 22ft long and 8.5ft wide, this is the only place you’ll be able to park it onsite.

Last but not least, the cell phone lot at LAS is situated minutes from the passenger pick-up curbs at Terminals 1 and 3. It’s a short-term parking area where you can wait in your car to drop off/pick up friends and family.

LAS Parking
LAS Parking

Terminal 3 Parking (short-term, long-term, economy, valet, and oversize)

At LAS, the 14 gates of Terminal 3 are home to the airport’s international carriers. So as well as the usual ticketing/check-in and baggage areas, there’s an impressive Customs & Border Protection arrivals hall that stretches to some 60,000 square feet. And that’s not all. Because there’s also 10,000 square feet dedicated to shopping, dining and leisure.

The parking provision at Terminal 3 follows the winning formula of Terminal 1. So T3 short-term is the best choice when you’re staying 3 hours or less. When you’re going away for a few days, T3 long-term parking is the best choice. And when you want a bit of luxury (and expedience), T3 Valet parking has your name on it.

You’ll also find T3 economy and oversize parking next to the Terminal 3 parking garage. When you want to save money on parking to spend on something more exciting, or need to stow a large vehicle, this is the place to be.

How to get to Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas

The easiest way to get accurate driving directions to LAS is by turning on your GPS system and typing in the address – it’s 5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard, Las Vegas NV 89119.

LAS Facilities
LAS Facilities

Facilities at Harry Reid International Airport Las Vegas

As you’d expect, facilities at the portal to the world’s most entertaining city are excellent. For instance, there are six lounges, three of which offer paid day-pass access to all passengers, whatever class of ticket you have. The Club at LAS offers day-pass access and it’s located in Terminal 3 opposite gate E2, concourse E. United Club is another day-pass lounge option – it’s between gates D33 and D35 on level 3, concourse D. There are also USO lounges in both terminals but these are strictly reserved for active military travelers and their families.

You’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi access in all LAS public areas and there are charging ports peppered throughout the complex. So you can make sure your phones and laptops are fully-charged before traveling and avoid last minute work admin panics as well as arguments between bored kids!

Meanwhile, with more than 65 restaurants and food kiosks at LAS, you’ll certainly never go hungry. There’s also a brilliant (unsupervised) Kids Play Area at the D gates – complete with a mini control tower and mock jet engine. There are also fully-equipped nursing suites with Bluetooth enabled smart locks – perfect for providing breastfeeding moms with a little privacy.

Travelers with additional requirements will find companion care restrooms. And you can also pre-book a free wheelchair through your airline or dial 7874 on any of the white courtesy phones if you need help on the day.

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FAQs about car hire at Las Vegas Airport

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car at Las Vegas Airport

If you modify or cancel your parking reservation for Las Vegas Airport at least 48 hours before your scheduled travel, you can do so without incurring any charges. However, if you make any changes or cancellations after that time, you will be charged a fee of $5.
Enjoy Travel suggests using their online reservation system to book your parking in advance in order to receive the best parking discounts available at Las Vegas Airport.
There are several parking options available at Las Vegas Airport, including long-term and short-term parking, valet parking, economy parking, and off-site parking facilities.
The best way to locate your parking spot at Las Vegas Airport is to take note of the parking location and any relevant details, such as the parking level, aisle, or section, before leaving your vehicle.
Las Vegas Airport has implemented various safety protocols to ensure the security of parking areas, such as 24/7 security patrols, surveillance cameras, and lighting. Additionally, many parking facilities offer secure fencing and access control systems, as well as staff who monitor the premises regularly.
Short-term parking is located directly across from the terminals, while long-term parking and economy parking are situated further away, with shuttle service available to transport passengers to and from the terminal. Valet parking is typically located near the terminal for added convenience.
Yes, Las Vegas Airport provides electric vehicle charging stations in various parking areas, including both short-term and long-term parking.
Yes, it is allowed to park for an extended period overnight at Las Vegas Airport. The airport provides several long-term parking options for travelers who need to park for an extended period, including economy parking and off-site parking facilities.
It is recommended to book a parking space in advance, especially during busy periods, to ensure availability and benefit from discounted rates.
If you arrive early for parking at Las Vegas Airport, you may be subject to additional fees that vary depending on the arrival time. Payment for parking can be made using a credit or debit card at the exit gate.
The most economical parking option at Las Vegas Airport is typically the economy parking lot. This parking lot is situated further away from the terminal than other options, but it provides a free shuttle service to transport passengers to and from the terminal.
Short-term parking is the most expensive, with a daily rate of around $36, while long-term parking and economy parking are less expensive, with daily rates of around $16 to $24, respectively. Valet parking is typically the most expensive option, with daily rates ranging from $23 to $45.
With Enjoy Travel Short-term parking is the most expensive option and can cost around $252 for a week, while long-term parking and economy parking are less expensive and can cost around $112 to $168 for a week, respectively. Valet parking is typically the most expensive option and can cost between $161 to $315 for a week.
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