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Airport Shuttle - Which one

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Airport Shuttle - Which one

I see there are several companies offering a shuttle from the airport to strip hotels. Are they all about the same or is one company better than another? Thanks, Kelly

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1. Re: Airport Shuttle - Which one

Have always had good luck with Showime. Last trip out got on just the wife and I. About three minute wait we were on our way to Bally's.

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Personally have grown to dislike the shuttles. It always seemed our hotel was the last one the shuttle stopped at. Or we were waiting for the one last passenger to get on. Get baggage out to cabs usually short or no line when we go and were on our way.

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3. Re: Airport Shuttle - Which one

Any reason why you want to take a shuttle rather than a cab?

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4. Re: Airport Shuttle - Which one

what hotel?

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I have never had luck with shuttles. For whatever reason, I took a shuttle to the Venetian in Sept. Sat on a hot bus for about 15 - 20 minutes before we finally took off. Was glad that I didn't purchase a round trip ricket. Never again. Taxi's only for me.

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6. Re: Airport Shuttle - Which one

At times a cab would be cheaper or the same amount of money as a shuttle for two (or more ) people. The cab lines may seem long, but they move quickly.

You may be lucky with a shuttle...or not. You may be able to leave the airport quickly or you may be sitting there for a while waiting for more passengers to get on the shuttle. You may be the first passenger to be dropped off or you may end up taking a tour of the backs of other hotels as other are dropped off at their hotels first.

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bell shuttel now featuring time share presentation,,,,brutal,,,last time i'll use them

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cuisinarte once posted this:

We were forced to wait till the shuttle was completely full before leaving the airport. Overall, it was about 30 minutes waiting in it before we finally moved. But even worse - when it was finally full and we were about to go a TIMESHARE salesperson hopped on board and started doing the hard sell the whole way there!!! I wanted to jump out the window! This was the Executive shuttle btw.

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Think we only paid about $19 for the cab to bills...didnt see the point in a shuttle at that price.

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There is just the two of us going to the Imperial Palace. I figured it would be easier and more popular that the cab as there seem to be several shuttle companies listed at the airport. Guess what I want is the most hassle free way. Thanks, Kelly