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Sometimes, getting sick is an unavoidable part of traveling—and we’re not just talking about hangovers. The Strip has a long list of pharmacies and grocery stores to visit whenever snacks and medicine are per doctor’s orders. Traveling internationally? COVID testing sites are right inside some of the Strip resorts, as well as inside of convenience stores like CVS and Walgreens.

Las Vegas is also home to a hot real estate market. Explore current listings and some long-standing hotels that contain luxury condos and high rises with our information about Strip real estate. Check out some of Vegas real estate to look for your future homestead or next investment property.

When it’s time to travel around the city, On The Strip has you covered. Rental car services are available in the porte cocheres of Strip hotels, as well as at Harry Reid International Airport and independent car rental locations off the Strip. As locals, we also know how to park in Vegas. Some hotels offer free parking, and some only offer it within certain time limits, and we discuss all of the details for parking in Las Vegas.

As an added bonus, services that cater to Vegas frivolity are available all over the city. Tattoo shops and wedding chapels dot the Strip, for any decision made during a Vegas trip, whether thought-out or in haste. Don’t forget to stop at one of the many Las Vegas liquor stores to fuel your adventures.

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FAQs about Services

Do any Las Vegas resorts have shuttle service?

The Orleans Hotel has a free shuttle traveling to and from select destinations on the Strip, and some downtown hotels offer the same service for guests.

Can I get COVID tests on the Strip in Las Vegas?

Absolutely. Several pharmacies and convenience stores in Las Vegas sell COVID tests in various forms.

Where can I buy groceries in Las Vegas?

There are many grocery stores on and around the Las Vegas Strip, as well as places to buy food and other essentials, such as Target.