We want everyone to have a good time.

Everyone's welcome here, and we make sure of it. Here's our guide for travelers with special needs.

Las Vegas has more accessible guest rooms than any other city in the country. Hotels offer rooms with roll-in showers, transfer showers, and tubs with built-in or portable seats.

For swimming pools, many Las Vegas hotels have lifts to assist you getting in and out. You may also find a beach entrance.

Take time to talk to the reservation operator about your specific requirements, or if you need additional details, ask for the hotel's ADA Coordinator.

Showrooms, Lounges and Restaurants
Most of the larger hotels have assistive listening devices for the hearing-impaired available at the showroom or lounge entrance. Wheelchair seating is also available in most restaurants, lounges and showrooms, but please call ahead for details.

All hotels have accessible slot machines and many have sit-down table games and room for wheelchair users. Gaming personnel are generally trained in assisting vision and hearing-impaired persons to play the table games.

If you need a sign language interpreter for the gaming schools offered at many of the casinos, please ask in advance. Most bingo rooms have Braille cards and large-print cards. A few larger rooms have electronic bingo for blind players or those with hand dexterity problems.

Phone access - McCarran International Airport has text telephones (TDDs) throughout the terminals.

Lift equipped shuttles and Limousine services are available at McCarran International Airport. Pick-up areas are located on the north and west sides of baggage claim outside exit doors 7-13. Please note that there are both group shuttle and "for-hire" stretch limousine services.

All taxi companies in Las Vegas have lift-equipped vans accommodating one wheelchair. Ask in advance for an accessible taxi van.

Paratransit RTC (Regional Transportation Commission)
If you are certified to ride paratransit, bring your certification and you will be allowed to ride for up to 21 days without a Nevada certification. Call (702) 228-4800 for more information or visit www.rtcsnv.com.

Bring along your hometown dashboard parking permit or your personal vehicle or if you plan to rent a vehicle in Las Vegas. Out-of-state permits are recognized. Temporary disabled parking permits are available through the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Please visit www.dmvnv.com for more information. A physician's statement will be required. Alternatively, valet parking is available at most hotels.

The Las Vegas Monorail is fully ADA compliant. Visit website for map and access points.

Overhead Walkways 
Pedestrian bridges are located on the Strip at the major intersections. All are equipped with elevators.

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Health and Medical Suppliers 
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